Tag Archives: Liverpool

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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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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Man U, Liverpool, Arsenal and Spurs unite versus big spending rivals

Arsenal, Spurs, Manchester United and Liverpool have written to the FA for stricter financial fair play rules. Below is a copy of the letter obtained from the Daily Mail. The letter was sent on Arsenal’s letterhead. Chelsea, Manchester City, West Bromwich Albion and Fulham oppose and spending controls while the others (besides the other 4) […]

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Match Report: Man United vs Liverpool

  TKTG brings together the best articles from around the web on Manchester United’s 2-1 Victory at Old Trafford over Arch-rivals Liverpool.  Goals from Robin Van Persie and Nemanja Vidic were enough to hold off some second half pressure from Liverpool which included another Sturridge goal.  United are hoping that Vidic and Ashley Young are […]

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Fans pay the price

When 912 Manchester City fans refused to pay £62 pounds for the ‘Category A’ game against Arsenal this weekend, it sparked a debate in the media about the rising costs of being a football fan. On the one hand, fans want to see their clubs invest in new players, but at the same time are […]

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Carolyn Radford – Football’s youngest CEO stands by her Mansfield

Carolyn Radford does not take long to show her steel. Mansfield Town’s chief executive reacts with a mix of anger and sarcasm to being asked why she and her now husband, John Radford, who owns the club, did not disclose their relationship when he appointed her as English football’s youngest CEO in September 2011, when […]

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Sturridge Deal Could Shape Rodgers’ Liverpool Reign

Most newcomers receive a welcome. Daniel Sturridge’s introduction to life at Liverpool came with not one but two warnings: From Brendan Rodgers came the message that, at 23, the £12 million striker is already on his last chance at a major club; from Steven Gerrard, the advice that there would be no excuse for failure. […]

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Ba & Torres: Will it work?

Reports suggest that last night, Chelsea triggered the £7.5m release clause for Newcastle striker, Demba Ba. With Daniel Sturridge on his way to Liverpool, Benitez has identified the Senegalese hitman as his preferred transfer target. He’s already scored 13 goals in the premier league this season, and could prove to be an effective partner up-front […]

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Time for the chasing pack to step up

The next 12 days are an anti-holiday for Chelsea, Spurs and Arsenal as London’s big three attempt to head-off another year of Mancunian domination. Last May, Manchester looked a lot like the Premier League’s capital and Chelsea and Spurs now trail second-placed City by seven points, with United a further six points up the table. […]

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