1. Man Utd Transfer Saga: Fellaini, Herrera and the Ineffectual Ed Woodward

    When David Moyes officially took over as Manchester United manager on the first day of July this year, much of the talk surrounding his appointment was focused on the void left behind by Sir Alex Ferguson...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 12 months ago 1,860 reads 3 comments

  2. David Moyes: The Time Is Right for Manchester United's New Manager

    When Sir Alex Ferguson announced his retirement three days ago after 26 years in charge of Manchester United , it ushered in an era that many at Old Trafford and beyond could never truly envisage: an era without Sir Alex Ferguson...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about over 1 year ago 2,138 reads 16 comments

  3. Could Arsene Wenger Be One More Big Name Loss Away from Quitting Arsenal?

    Most Arsenal fans of a certain age can remember a time when the club successfully managed to balance the books, while simultaneously meeting the team's need for success...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 2,132 reads 45 comments

  4. 5 Current Premier League Players We Would Love to See as Managers

    One of the most fascinating aspects of supporting football is trying to decide which players will make great managers. As history has shown, the best footballers don't always make the best managers and vice versa...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 121 reads 16 comments

  5. Robin Van Persie Should See Red Upon His Exit from Arsenal

    When Lukas Podolski completed his transfer for an undisclosed fee from Cologne to Arsenal in April of this year, he attributed it to a desire to feature in European competitions...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 4,689 reads 32 comments

  6. Brendan Rodgers Must Handle the Expectations at Liverpool Before Anything Else

    Cast your mind back to the May 13 of this year at The Liberty Stadium and you'll recall a Swansea side consigning Liverpool to their 13th league defeat of the season. Even if you're not the superstitious type, it was eerily unlucky for some...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 1,558 reads 7 comments

  7. Amir Khan's Career in Disarray After Shocking Loss to Danny Garcia

    There's a tragically beautiful contrast when the worlds of social media and boxing collide. Prior to their light-welterweight clash in Las Vegas, Amir Khan and Danny Garcia were ...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 2,279 reads 28 comments

  8. Euro 2012: Ronaldo's Portugal to Battle Spain in Semifinal

    Euro 2012 has so far offered up a surprise or two, and the appearance of Portugal in the semi-final qualifies as a major one. When the draw for the tournament was made on Dec. 2 last year in Kiev, there was an assumption that Group B was a formality...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 950 reads 4 comments

  9. Ranking the Worst Premier League Kits of All Time

    Oscar Wilde once said , "Fashion is a form of ugliness so intolerable that we have to alter it every six months." For a man who died in 1900, he seemed to have an uncanny ability to predict the future of terrible Premier League jerseys...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 13,264 reads 46 comments

  10. Euro 2012: France's Squad Disharmony Will See Spain Ease Through to Semifinals

    History has an uncanny knack of repeating itself. In the case of the French national team, squad disharmony is a recurring theme throughout major championships. Under Raymond Domenech, the 2010 World Cup was riddled with internal conflict...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 534 reads 2 comments

  11. Euro 2012 Quarterfinals: Predicting the Results of Each Game

    The group stage is concluded and the absence of some larger nations such as Netherlands and Russia make for an interesting quarter-final stage...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 3,483 reads 25 comments

  12. Pep Guardiola or José Mourinho? Manchester United's Biggest Decision

    Some memories are so permanent in their recollection that they perfectly encapsulate a time and place in a way that you never thought possible...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 7,183 reads 74 comments

  13. Manchester United Can Close the Gap on Their City Rivals This Season

    The general footballing public are in the midst of a sporadically engrossing Euro 2012 , so the release of the Premier League fixtures for the coming season is a welcoming distraction...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 3,726 reads 26 comments

  14. Manny Pacquiao: 5 Reasons It's Time for Him to Retire After Tim Bradley Fight

    The dust has temporarily settled on one of the worst boxing decisions in recent memory, and it's time to turn our thoughts towards what Manny Pacquiao is going to do next...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 1,873 reads 13 comments

  15. Michael Laudrup Poised to Take Charge at Swansea City

    Swansea City are set to announce Michael Laudrup as their new manager according to Sky Sports. The former Barcelona and Real Madrid player is favoured to take the place of Brendan Rodgers after his recent departure to Liverpool ...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 381 reads 0 comments

  16. NFL Teams Most Likely to Emulate the Los Angeles Kings

    The Los Angeles Kings finally got the monkey off their back and the silverware into the trophy cabinet (it will have to be a tall one) with their maiden Stanley Cup win over the New Jersey Devils...

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  17. Russia 1-1 Poland: What the Result Means for Euro 2012 Group A

    The action on the pitch tonight wasn't as exciting as the two-fisted type that could be seen outside the National Stadium in Warsaw...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 530 reads 0 comments

  18. Euro 2012: Best XI of the Tournament so Far

    Prior to the start of Euro 2012 , I composed a slideshow on the seven superstars who needed to come up good in Poland and Ukraine...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 762 reads 5 comments

  19. Euro 2012: England in for a Rude Awakening in Group D Against France

    Euro 2012 has produced relatively few shocks so far, and England's opening game against France isn't set to be one of them...

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  20. Euro 2012: Italy Upset the Odds in a 1-1 Draw Against Spain

    There weren't too many pre-tournament shocks associated with the Spanish camp in the build-up to Euro 2012 ...

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  21. Bradley Defeats Pacquiao: Was Pac-Man's Legacy Destroyed by Crooked Judges?

    Like all things in life, it's best not to leave anything to chance. Where boxing is concerned, it would be advisable never to leave a decision in the hands of the judges...

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  22. Euro 2012 Match Report: Poland, Greece Share the Spoils in the Opening Game

    The red and white of Poland adorned the National Stadium in Warsaw for the beginning of a tournament that seemed like it had taken an interminable amount of time to arrive...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 375 reads 0 comments

  23. Euro 2012: Superstars Who Must Come Up Big in Poland and Ukraine

    Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Every two years players are presented with the opportunity to immortalise their names and showcase the skills they've spent their lives honing...

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  24. Pacquiao vs. Bradley Odds: Easy Money Should Remain on Pacman

    Big-time Las Vegas fights have always been attractive propositions to be on. Whether you're a full-time devotee to the betting game or a boxing fan with a passing interest in making a few dollars, studying the odds is imperative...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 2,036 reads 0 comments

  25. Euro 2012: Rio Ferdinand's Tweet Brings Roy Hodgson's Selections into Question

    Rio Ferdinand's Twitter account has Roy Hodgson reaching for the painkillers once again. A simple two-word tweet has again cast a shadow over England's already tentative preparations...

    Stephen Fennell Written by Stephen Fennell about 2 years ago 710 reads 0 comments