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Author Archives: Jim Flanagan

Mexico 1-0 Cameroon: Peralta Nets Winner In Another Controversial Game; Match Highlights [VIDEO]

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In a match where victory was essential for either side to have a realistic chance of progressing from Group B, Mexico prevailed 1-0. Oribe Peralta delivered the only goal in the 61st< minute, finishing an easy chance from a rebound … Continue reading

Why Pep Guardiola Should Set His Sights on Manchester United, Not Chelsea

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Money can by many things and it certainly has for Roman Abramovich. Ironically, all the money he has spent on managers has come at a cost. He will never be able to recruit a manager who demands complete control of … Continue reading

Report Card On Liverpool Under Manager Brendan Rodgers

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Traditionally, November’s first week is an important one for the English Premier League. Managers new and old are being evaluated, having overseen approximately 10 matches for which credit or blame must be assigned. Every year managers at the foot of … Continue reading

Despite Poor Week For Liverpool, It’s Not As Bad As It Seems

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Shambolic is the only way to describe Liverpool’s season so far. Admittedly, they have won a trophy and adding the F.A. Cup in May is a distinct possibility. Silverware is never a bad thing, but a 7th place finish in the … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger and Kenny Dalglish are Untouchable, For Better or for Worse

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The managerial merry-go-round is one of the unpleasant facets of Premier League football. Too often, the board members of clubs are quick to sack a manager due to a string of poor results or because of outside pressure. The objective … Continue reading

Capello Isn’t the Only Italian Manager Under Pressure

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For the managers of Ireland and England, all problems are relative. After England secured a place in the European Championships with a draw away to Montenegro, one might have expected a reprieve for Fabio Capello and his men. An undefeated … Continue reading

The Ups and Downs of QPR’s Premier League Season So Far

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There hasn’t been a dull moment at Queens Park Rangers yet, but that was bound to be the case wasn’t it? With a manager more than willing to share his thoughts in front of a microphone and Joey Barton willing … Continue reading

Tottenham 2-1 Arsenal: Chasm Widening Between Two North London Clubs

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After the 90 minutes had been played, no one was surprised at the result. More than anything, that defines the new era in the North London derby. Tottenham’s 2-1 victory over Arsenal at White Hart Lane was not simply three … Continue reading

One De Gea at a Time for Manchester United’s Goalkeeper

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Now that the dust has settled on the first month of his Premier League career, it’s time for the first meaningful analysis of David De Gea’s start at Manchester United. In De Gea’s case, a common sense approach needs to … Continue reading

Squad Rotation Key Element to Premier League Title Race

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Although the red and blue halves of Manchester have burst out of the gates like a Grand National winner, the Premier League is a marathon, not a sprint. Accordingly, it would be the epitome of folly to write off Chelsea’s … Continue reading