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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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Top 5 Arsenal Captains of All Time

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The trouble with Arsenal

Given the trouble Arsenal have had in recent seasons, in holding onto their best players, Amy Lawrence from the Guardian, argues that Wenger, no longer possesses the skill he used to have in the transfer market. From picking out gems like Patrick Viera, Thierry Henry and Cesc Fabregas, he has now resorted to paying inflated […]

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The Toure Role?

Every so often a player comes along who redefines English football to the extent a position is named in his honour and Yaya Toure is threatening to join the list. These individuals may not be the most skilled but their style revolutionises tactical thinking. … Teams up and down the land sought to emulate Chelsea’s […]

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Best of Enemies

” We are barely a month into the new Premier League season and already we have our first player bust-up. Just two months after Chelsea’s John Terry was cleared of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand, the QPR defender is expected to snub Ashley Cole’s handshake in the west London derby this weekend, after the full-back had […]

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