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More questions for Moyes after Swansea shocker

the worst aspect for Manchester United was that — yet again — nobody could say it had not been coming. Three times in the last ten minutes, Swansea attempted the same move, which saw Wayne Routledge run at stand-in right-back, Darren Fletcher, before crossing, specifically trying to pick out Wilfried Bony. Despite the warnings, United […]

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Football Manager Craze

As the computer game that discovered Lionel Messi prepares to launch a 21st edition, its popularity has never been greater. … “I went and did a gig at Manchester City and met a load of the players,” says the self-confessed City fan. “I met Micah Richards, the defender, and I was a bit rude to him. Afterwards my […]

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We want our Trophy back

Guest post by @afansopinion: a 25yr old Dad of 2 boys. Enjoy writing about various football topics when I have some free time. Non biased Villa fan. In love with Andi Weimann. I’m no expert, these are just my thoughts, just a fans opinion, on the latest goings on, in the sometimes, not so beautiful game. […]

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Man City could have achieved more this season

As Rafael Benitez bemoaned Chelsea’s late arrival in this FA Cup semi-final, his Manchester City counterpart Roberto Mancini may feel the same about the entire season.   …In that short space of time City have looked more powerful and potent than champions-elect United in beating them at Old Trafford for the second successive season, while for 65 […]

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Benetiz’s tactical changes vs United

Spaniard’s substitutions enabled Ramires, Oscar, Eden Hazard and Juan Mata to overload their opponents in the central areas. Benítez’s favourite buzzword is “compact” but in the opening stages Chelsea were a rabble, strung out across the Old Trafford pitch. The centre-backs were terrified of Javier Hernández’s pace, so dropped deep (which wasn’t enough to prevent […]

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Late in life, I have become a convert to the beautiful game

I’ve spent much of this week following a leadership crisis, aiming to read every news item and key tweet, calling the odd well-informed source, gripped by the drama of the story. Don’t worry, you haven’t missed some fresh challenge at the top of the Liberal Democrats or Tories – that treat is in the diary for […]

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RVP to the rescue yet again

Another last minute goal and Robin van Persie saved Manchester United from crashing out of the FA Cup in the 3rd round with a 2-2 draw at Upton Park which will mean the replay will be played at Old Trafford.   TKTG has put together a few articles on the result as well as a […]

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Pompey on the brink

Those fans that complain that their team needs investment in players from external sources should perhaps look to Portsmouth instead. I personally favor the spend what you earn business model. After all I run my own business on the same guidelines. At the expense of a trophy do you want your club to end up […]

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Fixture Lists

Soccernet has a calendar view of the Premiership fixtures. While the Daily Mail has a fixture list for each and every club. On the BBC and the Socccernet website you can find a number of leagues including La Liga, Champions League etc. etc. And in case you are interested in pre-season games being played by […]

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