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Tag Archives: Carling Cup

Arsenal Face Chelsea As Giants Collide In Capital One Cup: Preview

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Who to play? Who not to play? That is the question facing Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho in the buildup to their Capital One Cup match at the Emirates scheduled for Tuesday between two of the form teams in England. The … Continue reading

Premier League Links Of The Day: December 2, 2010

Posted on by Footie Phantom

Today’s video features Birmingham City’s win over Aston Villa being marred by violence. Here’s the links: Carling Cup violence [Mail] Keane against the snood [Dirty Tackle] Balotelli scores twice [Mail] A man against the EPL [Four Four Two] The own … Continue reading

Can Ipswich Town’s Carling Cup Run Save Roy Keane?

Posted on by Kristian Downer

Last night Ipswich Town defeated Premiership side West Bromwich Albion by a solitary Grant Leadbitter goal, to secure a place in the last four of the Carling Cup.
The only team in the Championship remaining in the competition, this is a welcome boost for a team that is struggling for form and still reeling from a rout in the East Anglian derby last Sunday. Continue reading

Scrap The Carling Cup For The Good Of The England Side

Posted on by James Beckett

After this weeks “enthralling” Carling Cup fixtures we are one step closer to knowing which club will be winning the lesser of the English trophies this season. But does anybody really care about the trophy which is rapidly losing its … Continue reading

Carling Cup Round Up: Goals Galore in Two Brilliant Nights of English Football

Posted on by Jesse Chula

Had you switched off your TV or DVR in anticipation of a dull night of useless Carling Cup ties filled to the brim with unknowns, B squads and fringe footballers, your premature condemnation of the old Football League Cup while … Continue reading

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Carling Misses Opportunity With Wembley Signboards

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Instead of providing a match report about the Carling Cup Final (great game, congratulations United on the win), I want to write about a different but related topic and that is the advertising boards sprinkled around Wembley which contained messages … Continue reading

Poll: Who Will Win The Carling Cup? United or Villa?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Don’t forget that Sunday morning will feature the Carling Cup Final between Aston Villa and Manchester United (10am ET, Setanta US, Setanta-i and ESPN360). But who do you think will win? Vote in the poll above and share your opinions … Continue reading

Fox Soccer Plus Adds Carling Cup, Coca-Cola Championship and Rugby

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Fox Soccer Plus officially announced today that in addition to the Premier League, Serie A, FA Cup and Champions League, the network will televise Carling Cup games, the Coca-Cola Championship and marquee rugby matches. The new TV network is scheduled … Continue reading

8 Highlights From the Manchester Carling Cup Semi-Final Derby, 1st Leg

Posted on by Aram Gyan

Tuesday’s Manchester Derby, doubling as the first leg of the League Cup Semi-Final, was sleepy for certain stretches but produced plenty of encouraging highlights for supporters of both sides, including: Antonio Valencia. After receiving a gorgeous pass from Patrice Evra, … Continue reading

The Daily Star Claims That Chelsea, Not Blackburn Won Carling Cup Match

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Blogs often get the raw end of the deal from avid readers when mistakes are made in posts. That criticism is then usually coupled with a remark that belittles the blogosphere and puts daily newspapers on a pedestal as the … Continue reading

Manchester City: a First Class Club with a First Class Atmosphere?

Posted on by Alex Caulfield

Fair play to Manchester City, Carlos Tevez, and manager Mark Hughes for a fluid performance against West Ham United at Eastlands on Monday evening. Their 3-1 victory inched the Blues ever closer to the pinnacle of the Premier League table, … Continue reading

Leeds United v Liverpool; Two English Giants Reunite in Carling Cup

Posted on by Alex Caulfield

Much has been made of the demise of Leeds United AFC. We are all familiar with the tale of gross overspending, Ridsdale’s goldfish, and a descent into the third tier of English football. Football supporters have little sympathy for a … Continue reading

Why Aren’t More Premier League Clubs Using the iPod?

Posted on by tyduffy

Apple’s iPod is a magical little device. It has disseminated knowledge, has alleviated boredom, has provided a personal soundtrack and, most crucially, has eliminated virtually the mutually dreaded “stop and chat” with awkward acquaintances. After last weekend’s rocking Carling Cup … Continue reading

Man United Quadruple is Bittersweet Possibility

Posted on by Richard Whittall

It’s the first of March and although there is everything to be decided, you can smell it in the air. This could be the year United do what hasn’t been accomplished by a British club since Celtic in 1967: winning … Continue reading

Bookies Suspend Betting On Benitez Leaving Liverpool

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Sky Sports News seems to be having a strange day today as it winds itself up again over the information that certain sports betting agencies have suspended betting on Rafa Benitez leaving Liverpool after tonight’s match. Now whilst I’ve been … Continue reading

Derby, Burnley Battle But Lose in Carling Cup Semi’s

Posted on by Shakira Graham

It will be an all Premiership final once again in the Carling Cup, Derby and Burnley were beaten in the two leg tie but battled all the way. Derby came into the second leg of the tie with a slim … Continue reading

Carling Cup Semi-Final Draw Announced

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The draw for the semi-finals of the 2008/2009 Carling Cup have been announced. Current holders Tottenham Hotspur will take on Burnley, while Manchester United faces Derby County. The semi-finals will be a two leg affair. The first leg will be … Continue reading

Two Remain In The Hunt

Posted on by Shakira Graham

Two Championship sides remain in the hunt for the Carling Cup, Derby County thanks to an injury time penalty winner via Nathan Ellington over Stoke and Burnley 3-0 winners over Arsenal. Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur are the other two … Continue reading