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Author Archives: Ally Poole

Is Brentford’s Fan Ownership The Model for the Rest of the Football League?

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“Too Big for This League,” “Too Big for This League,” “We’re the Barcelona,” “Of the Lower Leagues,” Fan Ownership at Barcelona is well known throughout the world but not many know about the Fan Ownership at West London’s very own … Continue reading

Whatever Happened to Michael Ricketts? (Who Are Ya)

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‘WHO ARE YA?’ is a new weekly feature on EPL Talk that profiles players who have been capped for England and fallen from grace and players who never really reached their full potential, with the help of some anecdotes .Feel … Continue reading

Can Norwich City and Queens Park Rangers Stay Up This Season?

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Apart from The Gaffer waxing lyrically about Swansea, there has not been that much on the other two promoted sides here on EPL Talk. It has been quite a year for QPR and Norwich but what did 2011 mean to … Continue reading

Whatever Happened to Francis Jeffers? (Who Are Ya?)

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‘WHO ARE YA?’ is a new weekly feature on EPL Talk that profiles players who have been capped for England and fallen from grace and players who never really reached their full potential, with the help of some anecdotes .Feel … Continue reading

Whatever Happened to Jon Stead? (Who Are Ya?)

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‘WHO ARE YA?’ is a new weekly feature on EPL Talk that profiles players who have been capped for England and fallen from grace and players who never really reached their full potential, with the help of some anecdotes. Feel … Continue reading

Whatever Happened to James Beattie? (Who Are Ya?)

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‘ WHO ARE YA?’ is a new weekly feature on EPL Talk that profiles players who have been capped for England and fallen from grace and players who never really reached their full potential. If you’ve got any ideas for … Continue reading

Man City May Be Top Of The Table, But Their Fanbase Still Dwindles In Comparison

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Manchester City’s Etihad Stadium sounds classier than the Sports Direct Arena, has the fifth largest capacity in the Premier League but they will want to grow their fan base, both nationally and internationally, to help them expand and go on … Continue reading

Bolton Wanderers vs Stoke City Preview: A Chance For Owen Coyle To Save His Job

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Glamour is not a word that will be used to describe Bolton’s clash with Stoke on Sunday but nevertheless it is still an incredibly important to both sides and could well be significant to how they fare this season. Based … Continue reading

Are Premier League Clubs Holding the Football League to Ransom?

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The EPPP (Elite Player Performance Plan) is about to set in and is due to drastically change the way youth players are developed in England.  The changes will begin in the 2012-2013 season and it will mean that academies are … Continue reading

Newcastle United: Loving the Surprise Team Of The Season

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After the incredible 6-1 win against Manchester United, Manchester City are now the leaders of the Premier League, five points clear of their Mancunian rivals. However the surprise story of this season so far though is Newcastle United, with the … Continue reading

Wigan Athletic’s Time in the Premier League Is Coming to an End

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Wigan Athletic are in the bottom three, along with North West neighbours Bolton and Blackburn, after an abysmal run of six losses on the trot. They are much maligned for their poor attendances despite football being Wigan’s second sport behind … Continue reading

West Bromwich Albion Can Finally Stop Being A Yo-Yo Club

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West Brom are clearly recognised by most Premier League fans and pundits as the yoyo team of the division. Over the last 10 years they have been promoted to the Premier League four times and relegated three times. Even their … Continue reading