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Liverpool Have Blown Their Title Chance

Alex Ferguson will be singing the praises of Manchester City today after Liverpool stuttered, spluttered and failed to find the winning goal they needed to have any chance of winning the title. From a fantastic position before Christmas, Liverpool have thrown point after point away to allow Manchester United to […]

Rare Football Shirts Revealed From Umbro’s Archives

Umbro has been going through its football archives and have unearthed a treasure trove of classic football shirts from the 1970’s and onwards. Whether you’re a fan of club or international football, there are plenty of shirt designs here that will send you back in time. Included in the archive […]

Samba Saves Blackburn Blushes

Blackburn Rovers have to consider themselves fortunate they are looking at a Ricoh Arena replay instead of losing in front of the most faithful of the faithful at Ewood Park. After Roque Santa Cruz put Blackburn ahead inside of ninety seconds, two second half goals from the Sky Blues should […]

Man City Finish Transfer Window Back Where They Started

When the financial and managerial reins to Manchester City Football Club changed hands early on this season for the second time in fairly quick succession on both fronts, this time with the Blues having instantly catapulted to the top of the world football rich list, everyone’s attention immediately turned to […]

Website Interview: Classic Football Shirts

If, like me, you’re always looking around the Internet for those hard to find football shirts from your past, frustrated as someone gazumps on you on e-bay for the classic 1987 Tottenham away kit with 3 seconds to go, then there has to be only one website for you to […]

Time For Tottenham Fans To Forgive Hossam Ghaly

Why are Tottenham fans still so unforgiving toward Hossam Ghaly is a mystery to me, but Friday night left me even more perplexed as to why the Egyptian is still disliked so much still at White Hart Lane. There were 12 minutes to go on Friday night and Ghaly seemed […]

Who Will Move Premiership Clubs In January?

  A little under 32 hours remain until the transfer window finally opens once again in World Football and the merry go round of mad money begins once again. I’ve seen several people claim that due to the economic climate, it’s probably going to be a quiet window with little […]

Christmas Cards From Villa, Blackburn and Everton

I’ve received more e-cards this year than other holiday season. Not sure if everyone is getting more tech savvy or just cheap. Even Premier League clubs are getting in on the act, namely Aston Villa, Blackburn Rovers and Everton. Take a look: Aston Villa Christmas Card: Pure class. Blackburn Rovers […]

It's A Wonderful Life: Premier League Style

Earlier last week, I wrote how on paper the Premier League weekend fixtures seemed boring other than the Arsenal against Liverpool match-up. Boy, was I wrong. To me, this was one of the most entertaining weekends of the season. Here are the matches I caught this weekend and my thoughts […]

Big Sam Named New Blackburn Rovers Manager

Just when we thought this Saturday was going to be a bit of a snoozer in the Premier League, Paul Ince gets sacked and Blackburn Rovers have now appointed Sam Allardyce as the club’s new manager. His first match in charge will be this Saturday at Ewood Park against Stoke […]

Poll: Who Will Be The Next Blackburn Manager?

Blackburn Rovers announced this morning that Paul Ince has been sacked. The move was a smart decision by Rovers who can’t afford for the club to get relegated. But who will Blackburn put in charge to replace Incey? Vote now. Who should be the next Blackburn manager? ( surveys)

Roy Keane: Perfect Fit For Blackburn Rovers Job

Paul Ince has been sacked as manager of Blackburn Rovers. It’s not much of a surprise, especially after their convincing loss away to Wigan on Saturday, but they need to move quickly to replace Ince. Blackburn face Stoke on Saturday in a must-win relegation battle. I believe the perfect replacement […]

Dark Days Ahead For Blackburn, West Brom and Arsenal

Yesterday was a day of reckoning in the Premier League. Good news for Aston Villa. Bad news for Arsenal, West Bromwich Albion and Blackburn Rovers. In sport, there are miracles, but there’s a reason they call them miracles. They happen too infrequently. So, unless any miracles happen in the next […]

Poll: Where Will Roy Keane Go Next?

Former Sunderland manager Roy Keane has expressed an interest in returning to football management sometime in the near future, but which club do you predict he’ll most likely end up at next? Vote now. <a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1181843/” >Which Club Will Roy Keane Manage Next?</a> <br /> <span style=”font-size:9px;”> (<a href=”http://www.polldaddy.com”> surveys</a>)</span>

Poll: Should Paul Ince Stay Or Should He Go?

If you were the Blackburn Rovers board, would you sack Paul Ince or keep him? Blackburn currently sits second from bottom. And the last time they won in the league was September 27th when they beat Newcastle. Vote now and express your opinion. <a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1164697/” >What would you do about […]

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MLS Week 4 Open Thread

A retro look for this weekend’s open thread, because fifteen years ago this month MLS kicked off its first season.  Despite all the complaints we have about the current state of MLS and what it does and doesn’t do, we can all agree that the league’s taste in uniforms has […]

FIFA 12’s Best Kept Secret (Video)

The most important reason I’m excited about the upcoming launch of FIFA 12 is not the gameplay action or the impressive graphics. Instead it’s the EA Sports Football Club, a novel idea that takes a video game and adds a massive element of gamification — putting a game inside a game […]

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Fan zones maintained for Euro 2016 despite security fears

French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve (above) confirmed Tuesday that fan zones will be maintained but with increased security during Euro 2016 despite recent terrorist attacks which left 130 dead in France. The attacks included three large explosions caused by suicide bombers outside the Stade de France — where the Euro […]