1. Does American Sport Follow the American Dream?

    This may seem like a strange idea to think of in the land of the free (and the home of the brave), but the wide world of sports in America could be termed as the land of supporting Communism...

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  2. 2010 FIFA World Cup: Nigeria's Greatest World Cup Moments

    Since Nigeria won it's independence from Great Britain in 1960 the fledgling Super Eagles have gone from strength to strength...

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  3. Championship Playoffs: DJ's Dilemma

    This season, the Championship has thrown up an unlikely success story with the rise of the Tangerines. Not since the days of Sir Stanley Matthews has the seaside town of Blackpool had such success...

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  4. Nigeria Name 30-Man World Cup Squad

    The Super Eagle's new manager Lars Lagerback named his first provisional 30-man squad for this summer's World Cup in South Africa, in the capital, Abuja, on Monday...

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  5. Arsenal Look To Tigers' Young Guns for the Future

    It is rumored that Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is taking a close look at Hull City's young guns. With Hull City relegated to the Championship last week, the Tigers are readying themselves for the club's best assets to be stripped...

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  6. The Best 25 World Cup Goals Ever

    Every four years, the world's greatest sporting event rears its head and this summer, it is in the wonderful country of South Africa. South Africa will be the first African nation ever to host the World's largest single sports event...

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  7. Hull City: A Team Divided By a Captain's Comments

    After the defeat to Sunderland at the weekend, a result that made it almost a certainty that the Tigers would be playing Championship football next season, club captain George Boateng made some provocative comments in his post-match interview...

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  8. Hull City Tigers Should Shed No Tears for the Premiership

    On a day where Hull City went out with a valiant whimper after two seasons in England's top flight, the Tigers should not shed a tear for their misfortunes or their demise. They should be rejoicing at their two seasons in the sun...

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  9. Premier League Preview: Hull City Vs. Sunderland

    Premier League Preview: Hull City Vs. Sunderland, Kingston Communication Stadium, Kingston Upon Hull, England, Saturday 24 April 2010, 15:00BST It's a proverbial "cup final" in East ...

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  10. Hull City on the Brink of Relegation: Where Did it All Go Wrong?

    In the aftermath of the dismal 4-1 defeat to relegation rivals Burnley this weekend, the Tiger-nation has been in a reflective mood as everyone is looking for answers to just how the dream came crashing down around our feet...

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  11. Hull City-Burnley: Premier League Preview

    Premier League Preview: Hull City Vs Burnley, Kingston Communication Stadium, Kingston upon Hull, England, Saturday 10 April 2010, 15:00 BST In football, it is often mentioned that ...

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  12. Premiership Relegation Dogfight: Week 35

    The Premier League is coming into a crucial phase with Portsmouth almost guaranteed Championship football for next season, in 20th place after a poor season...

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  13. Premier League Preview: Stoke City-Hull City

    Premier League Preview: Stoke City vs. Hull City, Britannia Stadium, Stoke on Trent, England, Saturday 3 April 2010. The Tigers travel up the River Trent to Stoke, to take on Tony Pulis' Potters...

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  14. The Relegation Run In: Who is for the Drop?

    With only six games left for some clubs who is for the drop to the Championship, and who will live to fight another day in the Premiership? Any three from the bottom seven clubs are still realistically in the mix for relegation...

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  15. Premier League Team of the Week: Chelsea Sees Off Its CL Blues

    Yet another fun-packed Premier League week has passed, and it has produced some fantastic football for fans of good quality football whoever they support...

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  16. Portsmouth vs. Hull City: Premier League Preview

    Premier League Preview: Portsmouth vs. Hull City Fratton Park, Portsmouth, England Saturday, March 20, 2010, 15:00GMT The Tigers sail into Pompey on the back of some major changes for both clubs...

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  17. Phil Brown and Hull City: Where Did It All Go Wrong?

    There is a popular and lazy misconception that Phil Brown's tenure as the manager of Hull City started to unfold when he gave his team a dressing down at half time at Eastlands last season...

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  18. Hull City Look to Dowie, a Step In The Wrong Direction

    Speculation is rife in the Tiger-nation that Ian Dowie is to be unveiled as Hull City's new manager. The former Oldham Athletic, Charlton Athletic, Crystal Palace, Coventry City, and ...

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  19. Hull City: Phil Brown 2006-2010

    When Paul Duffen appointed Phil Brown to the post of Hull City manager in 2006 after he had been brought in by Adam Pearson to help struggling young manager Phil Parkinson, it was seen ...

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  20. Hull City: Phil Brown Relieved Of Duties

    In a shock announcement, Hull City Association Football Club have relieved manager Phil Brown of all his official duties...

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  21. Premier League Preview: Everton Vs. Hull City

    Premier League Preview: Everton Vs. Hull City, Goodison Park, Liverpool, England, Sunday 7th March 2010, 1600GMT. Phil Brown's Tigers, travel to Liverpool to take on David Moyes, Everton side in Sunday's only fixture...

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  22. Has Theo Walcott Had His Last Chance for England?

    As England sit a goal down after 23 minutes from a very well taken goal from Egypt's Zidan, Capello looks to his lackluster side, with less then an hour of the match complete he prepares to replace England's 2006 shock squad player Theo Walcott...

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  23. English Premier League Team of the Week: Louis Saha Beats the Blues

    With the EPL on hiatus because of the F.A. Cup Fifth round, the mid week matches have more meaning for the Team of the week...

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  24. Hull City's George Boateng Wins Red Card Appeal

    Hull City's George Boateng has won his appeal against the red card he received for leading with his elbow in the 1-0 loss to Blackburn last weekend...

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  25. When Will The Football Association Get It Right?

    In the wake of the Football Association fining of both Arsenal and Hull City after the heated on field fracas, it is becoming clear that the F.A. cannot be trusted to dispense justice fairly...

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