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Keane & Vieira: Best of Enemies

Two great leaders, two men who would give everything to win and two captains who shared a mutual hatred of each other on the pitch, Roy Keane and Patrick Vieira come face-to-face once again in a new documentary, “Keane & Vieira: Best of Enemies,” which is being broadcast on British channel ITV4. The hour-long production […]

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The joys of managing Man United

  Is the Manchester United job really that hard, David Moyes? We asked Iain Macintosh to fire up his review copy of ‘Football Manager 2014’ and find out the true perils, if any, of managing at Old Trafford.  JULY  It’s important to start a job like this with a statement, so I make mine by […]

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Let’s give United a second chance

  Stop the season — United manager David Moyes wants a do-over. Think of all the pain and suffering this magnanimous idea would save. Plus, it would give Wayne Rooney’s head wound time to heal so that he doesn’t have to look so miserable wearing a fanny pack that is constantly slipping from his prodigious dome, much like […]

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Cristiano welcomes Bale to Real Madrid

“Dear Gareth, Please allow me to formally welcome you to Real Madrid. As you can see by the look on my face, I am very happy you have joined us. I would have preferred to offer this greeting in person, but with both of us busy during the international break — you playing for Wales […]

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This is Jens Lehmann’s tweet (HUMOUR)

Jens Lehmann is by no means a conventional footballer, in fact he has always been a source of interesting and odd stories. So what’s his Twitter account like? Max Grieve of Football Ramble investigates. Somebody was pretending to be Jens Lehmann, and Jens Lehmann didn’t like it. After all, he was Jens Lehmann, and not […]

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Chelsea’s own wicked punishment for Terry (HUMOUR-PG)

Chelsea captain John Terry has apologized and decided not to appeal the four match ban and £220,000 fine for being found guilty of racially abusing QPR’s Anton Ferdinand in the FA’s inquiry following the not guilty verdict of his criminal trial for the same offense. Chelsea, meanwhile, announced that they have conducted their own investigation […]

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UEFA to sex-up Europa League (HUMOUR-PG)

European football big-wigs have decided it’s time to sex-up the Champions League’s little brother, so to speak.  A leaked UEFA document has outlined plans to improve the image of the Europa League by introducing a series of ‘dramatic new storylines’ and ‘mental stunts.’ The Europa League has struggled with its image since being re-branded in […]

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Humour: What football will be like in 2020.

Mike Ashley has signed Alan Pardew up to a monster eight-year deal until 2020, so what will the footballing landscape be like by then? We hazard a guess or two… Fergie: “This is my last year” Record-breaking manager Sir Alex Ferguson has revealed that this season will be his final campaign in management. Manchester United […]

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What Rooney’s apology really means (HUMOUR-PG)

    Manchester United’s star striker has publicly expressed regret over the transfer request he submitted two years ago, at which time he had questioned the club’s ambition and ability to attract top players and indicated that he wanted a change of scenery. Although it may just be a coincidence that this revelation coincides with […]

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Why is Ronaldo sad?

Ever since the news broke out, that Real Madrid super-star, Cristiano Ronaldo is unhappy at the Spanish capital, speculation is rife that the Portuguese striker is looking to move. Is he merely looking for more money? Or is he unhappy about being snubbed at the recent European award ceremony? TKTG scouts the web to present […]

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