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  1. Man United: Premier League Champions, 2008/2009

    Manchester United have won the 2008/2009 Premier League title after drawing Arsenal 0-0 at Old Trafford. Congratulations Man United. The trophy is well deserved after a fantastic season. Please share your thoughts, congratulations and commiserations in the comments section below. … Continue reading

  2. Time For City To Get Real, Not Real Madrid.

    On 27 May the last meaningful game (apart from the FA Cup Final) involving an English club will take place this season. That is of course the Champions League Final between Manchester United and Barcelona – a nice little birthday present for me. … Continue reading

  3. Programming Note

    Just a quick note to let you know that National Public Radio (NPR) will be airing a segment regarding the Hillsborough Disaster and the misinformation that Steven Cohen has been presenting on its afternoon show, All Things Considered, which will … Continue reading

  4. Bolton Slowly Sliding

      In October 1999 Sam Allardyce breezed into his office at the Reebok Stadium to take over a club at the foot of the first division table. Amazingly, he guided Bolton Wanderers to the play-off semi finals the same season … Continue reading

  5. What Next for Liverpool?

    Liverpool have come close to the title this season and if it hadn’t been for some silly points dropped along the way could have been even closer to Man United at the top of the table. It is still possible … Continue reading

  6. Premier League preview – May 16-18

    One point. One point in two matches is all Manchester United must earn to claim the 2008-2009 Barclays Premiership title to its trophy case. The Red Devils trot out Saturday for their first opportunity to claim the crown as struggling … Continue reading