1. What Does The Future Hold For Lewis Hamilton?

    The dust has finally settled on that thrilling Sunday in Brazil where Lewis Hamilton made history in becoming the youngest driver to ever win the Championship...

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  2. Liverpool Legends: Kevin Keegan

    Barney Corkhill continues to take a look at the illustrious history of the most successful club in English football. In this series, the greatest players from Liverpool's history will be looked at...

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  3. Micah Richards: A Victim of His Own Versatility

    When Micah Richards burst onto the scene in 2005, it seemed that Manchester City had a potential superstar in their midst. His natural athleticism, speed, and strength made him a formidable foe for most strikers...

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  4. Duncan Edwards: The Greatest Player That Never Was

    The date Feb. 6, 1958 has been implanted in the memories of all Manchester United fans and most football fans. Even those who weren't alive on that date have heard about the tragedy that occurred...

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  5. Magnificent Felipe Massa Wins The Battle But Cautious Lewis Hamilton Won The War

    Well, what a finale to the Formula One season! It was set-up almost perfectly. Lewis Hamilton faced off with Felipe Massa in the final race. All Hamilton had to do was finish fifth or better and he would win the Drivers Championship...

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  6. The End of the Road for Arsene Wenger?

    In the entire history of Arsenal FC, the team who have been in the top flight for the best part of a century, perhaps only the great Herbert Chapman can claim to have had such an impact on the club as Arsene Wenger...

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  7. Tottenham Hotspur: The New Greatest Club Side In The World!

    The ninth game in the history of Barney Corkhill's Unofficial World Club Championship (UWCC) took place last night as Liverpool took on Harry Redknapp's Tottenham at White Hart Lane...

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  8. Liverpool Legends: Steven Gerrard

    Barney Corkhill continues to take a look at the illustrious history of the most successful club in English football. In this series, the greatest players from Liverpool's history will be looked at...

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  9. Steven Gerrard Retains the Unoffical World Club Championship for Liverpool

    The eighth game in the history of Barney Corkhill's Unofficial World Club Championship (UWCC) took place last night as newly crowned champions Liverpool had their first ever title defence against the same team that Chelsea had theirs—Portsmouth...

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  10. Liverpool Legends: Ian Rush

    Barney Corkhill continues to take a look at the illustrious history of the most successful club in English football. In this series, the greatest players from Liverpool's history will be looked at...

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  11. The 'Liverpool Legends' Series

    Once more, this is simply a list of all the articles from my 'Liverpool Legends' series where I look back at the Liverpool career of the true legends from the reds...

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  12. A Tribute To...Gerd Muller

    Barney Corkhill's 'A Tribute To...' series moves back to football. In this series I look at the greatest talents to grace various sports. Today's tribute is to one of the most prolific strikers of all time...

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  13. Liverpool Legends: Kenny Dalglish

    In a new series to Bleacher Report, Barney Corkhill takes a look at the illustrious history of the most successful club in English football. In this series, the greatest players from Liverpool's history will be looked at...

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  14. Andy Murray: The Weight Of Britain on His Shoulders

    It's perhaps the toughest position in tennis: Britain's No. 1 player. The expectation and pressure that accompanies are immense...

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  15. Why Would Harry Redknapp Go to Tottenham?

    As the breaking news unfolded yesterday that Juande Ramos, Gus Poyet, Marcos Alvarez, and Damien Comolli had all been sacked by Tottenham, I was wondering whether it was all too soon...

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  16. Liverpool the Best Team in the World after Ending Chelsea's Unbeaten Home Record

    Tell me, Chelsea fans, how do your words taste? Okay, gloating and bad sportsmanship over! The seventh game in the history of Barney Corkhill's Unofficial World Club Championship (UWCC) took ...

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  17. 20 Great Quotes From...Athletics: Part Three

    Barney Corkhill's Great Quotes series returns! Here I continues to look at athletics. In this series I will be looking at some of the very best quotes to have been uttered in various sports...

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  18. Chelsea V Liverpool: A Rivalry Renewed

    Ever since Luis Garcia's "phantom goal" in 2005, there has been some extra spice to the games between Chelsea and Liverpool. The frequency of meetings between the two sides helped fuel that fire...

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  19. A Tribute To...John Eales

    Barney Corkhill's A Tribute To... series this time looks at rugby. In this series I look at the greatest talents to grace various sports. Today's tribute is to one of the greatest all-round players of all time...

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  20. The "Greatest Ever" Series

    This is simply a list of all the articles included in my Greatest Ever series. Cricket Top Ten Batsmen of All Time Top Ten Bowlers of All Time Tennis Top Ten Male Players ...

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  21. Captain John Terry Retains UWCC Title For Chelsea

    The sixth game in the history of Barney Corkhill's Unofficial World Club Championship (UWCC) took place last night as AS Roma travelled to Stamford Bridge to take on a weakened Chelsea side...

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  22. What a Decade For Hull City!

    On the 20th of October 1998, exactly ten years ago today, Hull City were comfortably beaten 3-0 by Exeter City. The result placed Hull 24th in Division Three, the lowest placing possible in the Football League...

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  23. Chelsea Thrash Middlesbrough To Retain UWCC Title

    Barney Corkhill's Unofficial World Club Championship (UWCC) saw another defence yesterday, as champions Chelsea came up against Middlesbrough at the Riverside Stadium...

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  24. Jogo Bonito: "The Beautiful Game"

    When Pele, the king of football, described the game as "jogo bonito", meaning the beautiful game, men, women, and children around the world nodded in satisfactory agreement. Finally a phrase had been uttered to do football justice...

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  25. Is Wayne Rooney Finally Fulfilling His Potential?

    When a fresh, young, talented striker named Wayne Rooney burst onto the scene in 2002, his name was all over the back pages. England had found a new star, a boy with so much potential. He was even touted as England's saviour...

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