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Premier League Links Of The Day: January 12, 2010

Manchester United players doing some calisthenics. Here’s the links: Bellamy arrested [BBC] Blackpool vs. Liverpool tips [Footy Geek] EPL sackings [Yahoo] Podcast with Iain Macintosh [A Football Report] Arsenal defensive options [Metro] David Miliband coming to Sunderland [BBC] Tottenham to Olympic stadium poll [Guardian] Feel free to follow me on […]

Premier League Links Of The Day: January 11, 2011

Kenny Dalglish ahead of his fixture against Blackpool tomorrow. Here’s the links: Fantasy tips [P.L.F.F.B.] Dzeko interview [M.C.F.C.] Beckham training with Spurs [Dirty Tackle] EPL podcast [Roto Radio] Week 23 predictions [Bleacher Report] Football fan map [Big Think] Mancini manager of the month [M.C.F.C.] Feel free to follow me on […]

Messi Wins Fifa Ballon d’Or Award

Argentina and Barcelona forward Lionel Messi captured the inaugural Fifa Ballon d’Or award. This is the first time this award has been presented as the Ballon d’Or (former European Footballer of the Year award) and the FIFA World Player of the Year award have been merged. Messi beat out fellow […]

Referees and The Confirmation Bias

Referees. Eh? Who’d be one? Not me anyway. I watch football, play football, love football but would never want to put myself in the position that thousands of well wishing men & women do. They are vital to the function of the sport and a good referee can make a […]

Premier League Links Of The Day: January 10, 2010

Short video today for everyone by way of SnappedUp. Think it get’s the point across nicely though. Here’s the links: Monday Gossip [Sinnacle] FA Cup mention [That’s On Point] Davide Santon transfer [Sport] Newcastle United blog [Espn] Blackpool will try to keep Adam [Give Me Football] Footballers feeling the tweet […]

What The North East Has Given To Football

This weekend will see the Wear-Tyne derby as Sunderland and Newcastle look to grab local bragging rights once again. The last derby game, at St. James’ Park, ended up with Sunderland on the end of a 5-1 drubbing and although that was considered one of the most anticipated derby games […]

Assessing Dalglish’s Impact On Liverpool

Liverpool fans are often claimed to be some of the most rational and intelligent in the world. They hardly ever turn on a manager (and Hodgson very nearly turned on them first) and they know the difference between a bad team and a team that is being badly managed. They […]

El Hadji Diouf Deserves To Be Banned For Sick Taunts

I have a feeling that El Hadji Diouf has never read the book How To Win Friends And Influence People. If he had, perhaps the Blackburn striker wouldn’t have behaved the way he did during Saturday’s FA Cup game against Queens Park Rangers (QPR) where he stood over QPR’s Jamie Mackie, […]

Five Things To Note From Serie A This Weekend

It had been a long time that the Serie A wasn’t as interesting as it is now. The vacuum left by Inter’s downfall  was filled with a tempestuous AC Milan which is now beginning to slow down. Along with AC Milan, Juventus have also begun to lose their knack of outscoring their opponents, […]

FA Cup Third Round Review Show: EPL Talk Podcast

The FA Cup’s full weekend came an went in the show of the new around Anfield Park, where Roy Hodgson and Liverpool mutually agreed to part ways before the Reds took the pitch Sunday at Old Trafford. There, Howard Webb tilted the match, giving a dubious second minute penalty. When […]

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