1. Preview and Predictions for the Premier League 2011/2012 Season

    After a summer dominated by transfer speculations, the Premiership finally returns for its 20th season and promises to be as spectacular as ever. There have been big changes at the countries elite clubs this year...

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  2. Cesc Fabregas Transfer Saga: Can Barca Still Claim to Be "More Than a Club"?

    Finally, after what seems like years, the Cesc Fabregas transfer to Barcelona seems close to completion. After extensive negotiations, the Catalan club seem to have finally found a price which they are willing to pay for the brilliant Arsenal playmaker...

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  3. Glen Johnson: Time for Liverpool's Bombarding Full-Back to Prove Critics Wrong

    During Liverpool 's struggles over the past two seasons, a number of players have emerged as scapegoats for the fans. One of the primary targets for criticism has been England international full-back Glen Johnson ...

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  4. 10 English Premier League Players Hoping to Shine in Their Premiership Debuts

    We all know who the established stars of the Premiership areā€”the likes of Wayne Rooney, Steven Gerrard and Fernando Torres ...

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  5. Kenny's Reds Are Almost Ready- but Defence Still Needs Strengthening

    There's less than a week to go until the start of the new Premier League season, and Kenny Dalglish's squad is nearing completion...

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  6. A New England- a Look at Capello's Potential Successors

    England's lacklustre performance in their latest Euro 2012 qualifier against Switzerland was just the latest in a long line of embarrassments for the national team...

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  7. 10 of Football's Great Underdog Sides

    There seems to be little place for the underdog in modern football. With the game now so utterly dominated by money, it is tougher than ever for a team with a lower profile or less resources than their rivals to come out on top...

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  8. Paul Schols Retires: Goodbye to a Playmaking Prince from a Liverpool Fan's View

    I'm sure you'll be wondering why I am publishing this article now, rather than on the day on which Paul Scholes retirement was announced. The answer is that, quite simply, I needed time to figure out quite how I felt about the announcement...

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  9. Liverpool FC's New Beginning: A Review of 2010/11 and Look Ahead to Next Season

    The 2010/11 season has been one of mixed emotions for Liverpool. It began with the club owned by Tom Hicks and George Gillette, and with the team led by the hapless Roy Hodgson, there seemed little hope for the Reds...

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  10. Fernando Torres: Why Life Will Go On at Liverpool

    The past 18 months have not been a particularly happy time for Liverpool fans, with the reign of unpopular American owners George Gillet and Tom Hicks combining with struggles on the pitch...

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  11. Kenny Dalglish Has Revitalised Struggling Liverpool Side

    It took Kenny Dalglish four games to record his first victory in his second spell as Liverpool manager, but his influence upon the club was felt much sooner...

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  12. Rafa Benitez Must Strengthen if His Side are to Catch Manchester United

    All the talk about Liverpool at the moment seems to revolve around the clubs financial problems—will the American's be able to refinance their loan, or will the club be subject to another ...

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  13. Can Madrid's New Galactico's Defeat Brilliant Barca?

    It has been an exciting week in the world of football. Madrid broke the world transfer record—which they set themselves back in 2001—to sign Brazillian superstar Kaka from AC Milan...

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  14. Is Carlo Ancelotti the Right Man To Take Chelsea Forwards?

    I was both surprised and intrigued by Chelsea's decision to appoint Carlo Ancelotti as successor to Guus Hiddink, who is, of course, honouring his contract to manage the Russian national team until the 2010 World Cup...

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  15. Beyond the Top Four: The Unsung Heroes of the 2008/09 Season

    And so as another season draws to an end, Manchester United are crowned champions of England, and may well win a league and European cup double for the second year in a row in Rome...

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  16. The Flops of the English Premier League Season So Far

    More than half the season has gone, but it seems to have flown by. As usual, Tottenham have flopped, Newcastle are in turmoil, United are on top, Arsenal are too inconsistent, and Chelsea's boss is under pressure...

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  17. It's Tough at the Bottom for the Premiership Strugglers

    The Premier League relegation battle is hotting up, and with more than half the season gone there are still 14 teams who could realistically go down...

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  18. Kaka's Deal and Criticism: Football Isn't Dying, Just Evolving

    Undoubtedly, the story of the week is Kaka's proposed switch to Manchester City. With a transfer fee of more than £100 million, and the wages offered reported to be anything from ...

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  19. Come On Ronnie: Bring In Robbie!

    With the season around it's half way point, Tranmere Rovers are in a decent position in the league—a few wins on the trot could force Ronnie Moore's team into the play-offs...

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