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Manchester United: Who stays, who goes?

After another defeat left Manchester United stagnating in mid-table at the weekend, David Moyes was once again a target for criticism as he continues to struggle to get the best out of a group of players that won the Premier League title last season. There is, however, only so much that Moyes can do sitting […]

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Loss to Athletic Shows Barca Need Winter Signings

It can hardly be described as a crisis. Barcelona sit top of La Liga with an amazing 40 points from a possible 45 and are through to the second round of the Champions League as group winners. But two losses in the space of five days have taken the gloss off the Catalans’ superb season […]

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Top 10 transfers that never were

ESPN FC writer Nick Miller examines the top 10 transfers that never quite happened. TKTG narrows it down to the ones that really matter…. 10 – Zlatan Ibrahimovic to Arsenal Arsenal seem to crop up quite often in regards to nearly signing players, from quibbling over a fee in the region of £4 million for […]

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Good Guy: Leighton Baines

The Everton defender is setting the standard amid the rumours and shenanigans over players such as Rooney, Suárez and Bale. At least there’s Leighton Baines. Good old Leighton Baines, still doing the right things, quietly going about his business, despite having known for pretty much the entire summer he has the chance to go to […]

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Even if Gareth Bale goes, Spurs look healthy

Real Madrid target is the dominant story but in Paulinho, Roberto Soldado and Nacer Chadli, Tottenham have already bought well. With all the masses of column inches currently being devoted to the future of Gareth Bale it has almost gone unnoticed that Tottenham have been quietly going about the makings of a very satisfactory transfer window. Of course, […]

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Being Miserly? Indeciseveness May Be Costly For Arsene

This was the summer it would all be different. With an estimated €116 million transfer kitty securing a diamond-crusted path to the top table hosting Europe’s most cash-rich clubs, Arsenal were no longer gazing enviously at the elite. Finally, London’s most successful club could negotiate on equal terms with the continent’s financial superpowers when it […]

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Why Gonzalo Higuaín has never felt loved at Real Madrid

A brief summary of an article by Sid Lowe on Higuan.  It was April 2008 and things were not going well for Gonzalo Higuaín. He was having a terrible game at the Santiago Bernabéu, missing chance after chance and seemingly getting more apprehensive with each opportunity. But then another cross came in and this time […]

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