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Player to Watch: Savio Nsereko & Other Thoughts

It seemed like a whirlwind footballing weekend. We got confirmation that Arsenal and Liverpool are in a freefall, while Chelsea still has a long way to go if they have any hopes of closing the gap with Man United. And the Red Devils, even with a B team, showed how […]

Poll: Who Will Win The 2009 Carling Cup?

It feels too early to be having a cup final, but this Sunday Manchester United will take on Tottenham Hotspur in the Carling Cup Final at Wembley. There’s good news and bad news for United. Bad news, Rafael da Silva is out for a month with an ankle injury. Good […]

Man United and Spurs Fans Prepare For A Face Off

Here are some of my favorite football stories from the day that you may have missed: “Your Chants To Help Charity” (Man United Official Website). In addition to Carling allowing fans to create their own banners for the pitch-side advertising for this Sunday’s final, Carling has now come up a […]

Carling Offer Fans More Personal Cup Final

So the countdown to this years Carling Cup Final enters the final week of tension as Tottenham fans nervously await Sundays final, whilst Manchester United’s supporters will be as calm as anything. This year though, Carling have decided to give up 32 minutes of digital perimeter board advertising to allow supporters to create […]

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FA Cup Sunday, 4th Round: Open Thread

While there were very few shocks in the FA Cup yesterday, today holds more hope that a top club may get knocked out of the illustrious tournament. On television we have Arsenal against Huddersfield, Notts County versus Manchester City and Fulham against Tottenham. Each of those games have important historic […]

Monday Soccer Insider with Kartik Krishnaiyer

It’s funny how many of those constantly calling on Arsene Wenger to “SPEND SPEND SPEND” previously criticized Wenger for bringing too many foreign players into the Premier League. Right now, no other top six side in England is so reliant on British players — particularly young British players — than […]

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