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Raheem Sterling – What Does The Future Hold?

Guest post by: Juan Mata’s Left Foot : Football Enthusiast blogging everything from scout reports to game reviews. Follow on twitter @LFDFootball —- Since John Barnes England have not had a left midfielder that we can trust to take the opposition defender on and deliver a killer ball or finish it themselves. Our left midfield has become […]

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The Damage of the top 4

Guest Post by: afansopinion -MY THOUGHTS ABOUT FOOTBALL, JUST A FANS OPINION With just over 1 month left of the 12/13 Premier League season remaining and with the title race all but sewn up by Manchester United, the subject of who will finish 4th seems to be one of the most talked about in newspapers, […]

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Where would each EPL club be without its top scorer?

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini said the date United really won the Premier League title was 17 August 2012 – the day they signed Robin van Persie from Arsenal. “We wanted Van Persie because we knew he could be an important player,” Mancini admitted . “He has changed their situation, he is the difference between […]

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Footballers; Are we expecting too much or are we right to be disappointed?

Guest Post by: afansopinion -MY THOUGHTS ABOUT FOOTBALL, JUST A FANS OPINION This is something odd for me. A short piece, actually defending footballers. Especially during a week where a player we love to watch, has been banned from playing for 10 games. (They’ll be blog about that too, but another time!) The modern footballer is […]

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PFA announce awards shortlists

Gareth Bale, Michael Carrick, Eden Hazard, Juan Mata, Luis Suarez and Robin van Persie have been nominated for the 2012-13 Professional Footballers’ Association Player of the Year award. PFA chief executive Gordon Taylor has defended the presence of Liverpool striker Suarez on the six-man shortlist for the prestigious award, the winner of which will be […]

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10 talking points from the weekend’s action

The 96 – gone but never forgotten Much of the talk after Liverpool’s goalless draw with Reading on Saturday was how the visiting supporters had made clear their delight at the recent passing of Margaret Thatcher but it should be remembered that prior to the fireworks, flares, dancing and chanting had been an impeccably observed minute’s silence […]

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Suarez is a filthy cheat but Bale should be protected?

The moment the supremely accomplished British footballer Gareth Bale falls over an imaginary leg during a match, it sparks outbreaks of copycat behaviour right across the land. Not on our football pitches, but in the nation’s television studios and press boxes as pundits trip over themselves, too, in a desperate hunt to find excuses for […]

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EPL Myths | Arsenal can’t defend? Suarez not big game player? United scoring more?

  In the 21st century the media is more prevalent than ever. There’s the traditional broadsheets of course, but now there are blogs, fanzines, television shows from every country, and pundits. Everybody’s a pundit. Of course in the 21st century information is also more readily accessible than ever before, which means that theoretically, all this conjecture should […]

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Fantasy Football – Gameweek 26

We’re back from the international break, and it’s a big week for Fantasy Football enthusiasts. Liverpool & Swansea both play twice, and it’s not a surprise that they dominate the picks. As usual, our friends over at Fantasy Yirma provide their insight for Gameweek 26, and help us solve our selection headaches! It may have […]

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Deadline Day Analysis – The 5 big moves

So with the Transfer Window firmly shut until the summer, we take the opportunity to present some expert opinions on the five big moves on Deadline Day. You can read the complete article on Sky Sports. Beckham to PSG: Gary Neville: He’s played for some big football clubs in big cities: Milan, Madrid, Manchester, LA […]

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