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Who will be PFA Player of the Year?

Despite Monday’s Manchester Derby result, the Premier League season is set to draw to a close in rather anticlimactic circumstances, with Manchester United still holding a 12 point lead which is unlikely to result in the kind of end of ...

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Manchester United: Not For The Faint At Heart

By Rasmus Lukunka Football is an emotional sport. The highs and lows are experienced on the pitch, in the stands and on TV. Manchester United is the king of provoking emotions. To their fans, the rollercoaster usually ends on a ...

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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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Paul Pogba’s Cheap Parting Shot at Man United

By Mark James It wasn’t that long ago that Fifa were permanently beating the drum for a much needed injection of R-E-S-P-E-C-T into the beautiful game and, when you step back and compare the English Premier League of today to ...

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City Yet to Prove Qualities of Greatness

By Ewan Day-Collins The intensity of the passion at the Etihad Stadium last night was unprecedented. Fans who have waited for 44 years finally grasped a seemingly elusive crown. So significant is this result; enhanced by the dramatic form it ...

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When it Comes to Mind Games, There’s Only One Winner

By Rasmus Lukunka Ever since the inception of the English Premier League, Sir Alex Ferguson and his Manchester United team have been involved in more mind games than any top side in the league. With United winning 12 of the ...

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There’s More To Replacing Paul Scholes…

By Rasmus Lukunka I don’t know about you but I also have an opinion on the infamous topic of finding a replacement for Paul Scholes. Several players have been mentioned as ideal replacements by pundits and writers. But when asked ...

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