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Author Archives: Josh Pedley

Arsenal's Eduardo Close To Comeback, While Wenger Asks Fans For Support

Posted on by Josh Pedley

The news that Arsenal’s Croatian striker Eduardo Da Silva will be back playing within the next three weeks was one of the highlights that emerged from the clubs Annual General Meeting yesterday. The Brazilian-born forward was a vital part of … Continue reading

Back In The Big Time

Posted on by Josh Pedley

  One of the great fixtures in European football returns tonight when Real Madrid travel to Turin to take on Juventus. After a home victory against Zenit St Petersburg and a surprise 2-2 draw in Belarus against BATE in their … Continue reading

Preview: Chelsea v Aston Villa

Posted on by Josh Pedley

You have to go all the way back to 21st February 2004 to find the last time Chelsea lost at home in the Premier League. Since then 85 teams have attempted to beat the Blues at Stamford Bridge but none … Continue reading

The Problems at Spurs

Posted on by Josh Pedley

The attention before and after this weekend’s Premier League fixtures was focused towards Stamford Bridge and the first meeting of Chelsea and Manchester United since the European Cup final in May. Fans of clubs outside the ‘big’ four’ often bemoan … Continue reading

SPAIN CHAMPIONS OF EUROPE!

Posted on by Josh Pedley

Spain are the champions of Europe after defeating Germany 1-0 in the final of the European Championships in Vienna. The Spanish, so long the perennial underachievers, thoroughly deserved their victory after dominating the final from start to finish. Simply put, … Continue reading

Russia Progress Thanks To The Brilliant Arshavin

Posted on by Josh Pedley

When it was announced that Sven-Göran Eriksson was to leave his post as England manager after the 2006 World Cup Guus Hiddink was seen by many as the man to finally galvanise the so-called ‘golden generation’. England chose Steve McClaren, … Continue reading