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Wenger Will Keep The Faith
14th September 2009
FIFA World Cup Qualifiers September 09
11th September 2009
Highway To Hull
By Mark Murphy Hull City manager Phil Brown took advantage of the international break to make some necessary squad additions. B...
11th September 2009
Liverpool’s Academy Failure
10th September 2009
City’s first big test
By David Hamill A season that promises much has started relatively well for Manchester City, but their first real test is on the hor...
8th September 2009
FIFA Gives Chelsea The Blues
By David Hamill FIFA have stunned the football world by banning Chelsea from buying players until January 2011 for inducing Gael Kakuta to end his...
4th September 2009
Doing A(nother) Glazer
3rd September 2009
The First Point Is The Sharpest
By Mark Murphy Portsmouth went into the international break winless, goalless and pointless, having narrowly and unfortunately lost the “battle ...
3rd September 2009
Among The “Thugs”
28th August 2009
Partying Like It’s 1961
With Tottenham atop the first remotely significant Premier League table, and Burnley nestling in seventh place, you could be forgiven for thinking tha...
28th August 2009
Villa’s main priority
28th August 2009
Peter’s Pompey Panto
20th August 2009
Born Under A Bad Sign
20th August 2009
Is It Just Me?
20th August 2009
Wantaway Lescott should go
By David Hamill Big spending Manchester City have been accused of using underhand tactics in how they conduct their dealings lately but lets face ...
18th August 2009
Spurs Achilles
14th August 2009
The Things They Say
By Mark Murphy Birmingham chairman David Gold was all-of-a-tizzy in a recent 5Live debate on the (un)sustainability of Premier League debt, declar...
14th August 2009
Robson The Great?
By Mark Murphy In death, as in life, perspective on Sir Bobby Robson proved elusive. The headlines screamed “giant” and...
11th August 2009
Reds Face Midfield Challenge
11th August 2009
Pompey - Into The Abyss
10th August 2009
Sven Notts The Real Story
10th August 2009
Tigers China Syndrome
10th August 2009
Steady Progress For Potters
By Alistair Rattray The last two years have seen a complete transformation in the fortunes of Stoke City. From midtable Championship Play-Off cont...
10th August 2009
Community Shield 2009 Live
The 2009 FA Community Shield takes place on Sunday 9th August at Wembley Stadium. Current holders and Premier League champions Manchester United take ...
6th August 2009
Barca’s Ibra gamble
By David Hamill The sad and tragic death of Sir Bobby Robson has caused the football world to reflect on and celebrate his distinguished managerial r...
4th August 2009
Ferguson must be wary
29th July 2009
Spurs Defensive Headaches
By Mark Murphy Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp has entered the transfer market with trademark gusto since his appointment last October. Bar...
27th July 2009
Portsmouth Takeover Special - And Now, The End Is Near???
25th July 2009
The Clubs In Crisis Cup
By Mark Murphy Of the half-million pre-season friendlies so far, two could have been semi-finals in a darkly-comic competition. Bournemouth, S...
25th July 2009
Bohs in Euro heartbreak
Irish side Bohemians suffered heartbreak in the Champions League second round qualifiers as Patrick Jezek headed home an 86th minute winner for Red Bu...
25th July 2009
Media scrutiny
24th July 2009
Chelsea Arrive Stateside En Masse
Chelsea flew into Seattle for the World Football Challenge with virtually a full squad for new boss Carlo Ancelotti to choose from. Paulo Ferreira...
23rd July 2009
Tigers Transfer Travails
23rd July 2009
Kenyon’s Karma
22nd July 2009
Will City crash and burn?
16th July 2009
Arsenal’s Positive Front
By Alistair Rattray On the face of it, of the established "Big Four" (TM), Arsenal would appear to be the one which exudes stability, which is...
13th July 2009
The Governing Body?
13th July 2009
Portsmouth Takeover Saga
13th July 2009
O’Neill’s transfer dilemma
10th July 2009
United’s weakest link
8th July 2009
Puzzled But Excited By Europa League
When the newly-created UEFA Europa League was announced, the duplication of the Champions League format seemed a sensible option and a recipe for succ...
29th June 2009
Premiership Assault On The Europa League
29th June 2009
England’s Magnificent Seven
19th June 2009
Wolverhampton Wanderers 2008/9
Mick McCarthy led Wolves to the Championship title and returned the club to the top flight of English football for the first time in five years. Th...
11th June 2009
Wigan Athletic 2008/9
11th June 2009
West Ham United 2008/9
The season at Upton Park did not start optimistically. The surprise departures of Anton Ferdinand and George McCartney were not in manager Alan Curbis...
11th June 2009
West Bromwich Albion 2008/9
The Baggies return to the top flight saw boss Tony Mowbray determined to make their stay last more than one term. However, it was always going to be a...
10th June 2009
Tottenham Hotspur 2008/9
The first eight games of the 2008/9 season saw Spurs gain only two points - their worst ever start to a league campaign. A win on the road at Newcastl...
10th June 2009
Sunderland 2008/9
Sunderland entered the 2008/9 season hoping to progress on their safe but unspectacular finish the previous season. However, in what turned out to be ...
9th June 2009
Stoke City 2008/9
Stoke City were firm favourites in some quarters to make a swift return to the Championship and an opening day defeat to Bolton did not improve their ...
9th June 2009

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