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Author Archives: Frank Sale

Liverpool vs Stoke Match Preview: Reds Aim to Continue Good Form

Posted on by Frank Sale

After two successive cup games, Liverpool return to league action this Saturday with a home fixture against Stoke City. The Reds have already met Tony Pulis` men on two occasions this season, suffering a contentious 1-0 defeat at the Britannia … Continue reading

Chelsea’s Mini-Crisis Continues After Leverkusen Scores Late Winner

Posted on by Frank Sale

The pressure is mounting on Chelsea manager Andre Villas-Boas after his side were downed 2-1 by Bayer Leverkusen in the Champions League Wednesday night. After losing three out of their last four games in the Premier League it was hoped … Continue reading

Maybe Tottenham Hotspur Can Win The Premier League Title After All

Posted on by Frank Sale

After returning to the Tottenham bench Monday night, Harry Redknapp now believes Tottenham Hotspur can win the Premier League this season, if they keep their form up. Spurs have dropped only two points in their last nine games and they … Continue reading

Villas-Boas Should Stay In Charge But Needs To Quit Being So Stubborn

Posted on by Frank Sale

Chelsea’s defeat by Liverpool has left them 12 points off the pace after just 12 matches, and this is their worst start to a Premier League season since 1995-6. Many are actually rather surprised that Abramovich hasn’t had enough of … Continue reading

Arsenal: A One Van Team With Robin van Persie

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He is the man on everybody’s lips at the moment and has almost single-handedly lifted Arsenal out of their early-season crisis. Van Persie has been phenomenal since the beginning of the calendar year and is essential to Arsenal, but at … Continue reading

Arsenal 2-1 Bolton Wanderers: Carling Cup Match Report

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Two second half goals in the space of two minutes were enough for Arsenal to seal their place in the Carling Cup’s final eight against a wasteful Bolton side. This was Arsenal’s seventh win in eight games – a stat … Continue reading

Does Harry Redknapp Really Want to Leave High-Flying Spurs for the England Job?

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Harry Redknapp probably has his best side to date at Tottenham Hotspur, much more superior than the team that took them into the Champions League two seasons ago anyway. Spurs are flying, having won four out of their last five … Continue reading

Phil Jones is a Talented Centre Back, Not Right Back

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Phil Jones looks certain to play at the highest level for Manchester United and England for years to come. England need a fresher, more energetic and more youthful look next summer, and they will get that through Jones. He is … Continue reading

England Still Has Plenty Of Issues For Capello To Sort Out

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England have qualified. I suppose, that is the main thing. However, they qualified with the same typical tendencies that usually send us out of these major competitions. Firstly, Wayne Rooney, and his red card. He is under a barrage of … Continue reading

What’s Next For Carlos Tevez?

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Has Carlos Tevez gone on strike? Or is he suspended? I would say both. Either way, he is not going to be playing in a sky blue shirt again, and rightly so. Tevez was selfish and spoilt on Wednesday night. … Continue reading

Stoke City Is Just What the Premier League Needs

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What a storming start to the season Stoke City has had. The club sits in seventh place in the Premier League, having had probably the most testing start of all the teams. Tony Pulis’ men have quietly managed to grab … Continue reading