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Author Archives: Jack Rigelsford

Overachievement Could Ultimately Lead to Alan Pardew’s Eventual Downfall at Newcastle

Posted on by Jack Rigelsford

With Chelsea distracted by the possibility of a first Champions League final victory, and Tottenham’s continued slump in form, Newcastle United appears to be in a prime position to claim the final Champions League spot, a remarkable feat for a … Continue reading

Liverpool’s Carling Cup Silverware Will Be A Catalyst For Greater Glories

Posted on by Jack Rigelsford

Following the long awaited end to their trophy drought, a sense of optimism surrounding Liverpool Football Club is inevitable, with fans predictably praying that the team can use the result as a springboard for the rest of the season. They … Continue reading

QPR Show Their Ambitions With Signing Of Mark Hughes As Manager

Posted on by Jack Rigelsford

The departure of Neil Warnock has shocked many QPR fans, who consider his dismissal to be an unjust, knee-jerk decision, based solely on their recent slump in form. Remember of course that it was Warnock who, within just over a … Continue reading

Thierry Henry Transfer, A Step in the Wrong Direction?

Posted on by Jack Rigelsford

The excitement over the return of Thierry Henry, Arsenal’s all-time top goalscorer, on a two-month loan is understandable, but the realistic impact Henry will have towards Arsenal’s push for Champions League qualification is questionable. He’ll be a great presence in … Continue reading