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  1. Juventus begins to make changes

    Juventus have decided to begin their rebuilding, a whole new set of staff will be deciding summer transfers and beginning the 2010/2011 season with a different mindset. Having arrived 7th this past season, Juventus will be missing out on Champions … Continue reading

  2. Is Arsenal Still a Big Club?

    At first glance, this question looks bleedingly obvious. With their massive fan base, a beautiful new 60,000 plus seat stadium, and their years of success and trophies, Arsenal should be quite clearly considered to be a “big club.” For the … Continue reading

  3. A Beginner's Guide To Blackpool F.C.

    So Saturday will see which one of two former top flight clubs return to the top level of English football with the Championship Play-Off final. As neither have troubled the top division in quite a long time, newer fans to … Continue reading

  4. Why isn’t Guidolin at Parma?

    To say that Francesco Guidolin has achieved a lot is an understatement, and to find out that Parma hasn’t offered him a contract extension is appalling. While you would think that surviving relegation with a newly promoted club would be … Continue reading

  5. Why James Milner Should Resist Man City

    <a href="“> The rise and rise of James Milner has been one of the great domestic stories in recent years and, with Manchester City loitering outside Villa Park with a rumoured £24 million, it seems that the Leeds-born midfielder could … Continue reading

  6. West Ham's Most Important Summer Beckons

    Four years ago, West Ham’s fans and players were licking their wounds after coming so close to winning the clubs first piece of major silverware since 1980′s F.A. Cup win. Cruelly denied by Liverpool, firstly with Steven Gerrard’s incredible last … Continue reading