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David Beckham’s Next Move Will Be…?

By Mark James In a move which is likely to set bookmakers’ hearts fluttering and attract the blinding gaze of the celebrity spotlight back onto our illustrious sport, David Beckham’s camp has announced that the former England midfielder is set ...

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Man United Are Too Predictable

By Rasmus Lukunka First and foremost, congratulations to Chris Hughton and his team for their well-deserved victory against Man United. Hughton is slowly but surely forcing the doubters to take notice of his managerial skills. A victory against a side ...

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Sir Alex Ferguson: Hated, Adored, But Never Ignored

By Mark James With Manchester United set to honour their legendary manager with the unveiling of a statue outside Old Trafford, and the Premier League recognising United’s impressive performances and league climbing victories with the monthly managerial award, one is ...

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Standing Up For Football

By Ewan Day-Collins English football, we are told, is in crisis. It is a game of racists and cheats, of over-indulged Prima Donnas, of irresponsible fans. It is, we are told by The Independent’s respected Chief Sports Writer James Lawton, ...

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Premier League Games Destined to be Played Behind Closed Doors

By Mark James In a week which saw the league’s top two placed teams go head-to-head twice within the space of 4 days and a twelve goal thriller take place at Reading’s Madejski Stadium, it seems incredible that the fans ...

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Chelsea to Blame for Loss to Manchester United, Not Referee

By Mark James Mark Clattenburg: No stranger to controversy[/caption]No one can deny that Manchester United were awarded the best of yesterday’s numerous errors by the referee, with Fernando Torres’ second yellow card and Javier Hernandez’ winning goal both coming after ...

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