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Tottenham Hotspur Face New Kit Backlash

The build up had been going on for weeks, with the first teasers of the new kit advertised on the hoardings surrounding the pitch during Spurs’ final home League game against Manchester City. “Glory Comes In Three Colours” read the tagline, and Spurs fans collectively shrugged at the thought of […]

Where Is The Love? Ebbsfleet United Kicked To The Curb

There’s a financial crisis at an English football club. No, it’s not the obvious candidate of Newcastle United, where Mike Ashley has only just begun to attend games again after the police warned him about threats to his well-being. Not Chelsea, where the Russian oligarch owner seems to hemorrhage billions […]

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Ferguson Relief As Preston Beat Ipswich – Roy Keane Under Fire

Darren Ferguson will be breathing a sigh of relief tonight as his Preston side recorded their first victory in seven games with a solitary Iain Hume goal.

Unfortunately Middlesbrough’s victory over high flying Cardiff means that the Lilywhite’s remain grounded at the foot of the table, but they are now within two points of safety as Scunthorpe fall into the drop zone due to the postponement of their game against Nottingham Forest.

Arda Turan dismisses reports linking him with Barcelona move

Atletico Madrid midfielder Arda Turan has moved to quickly dismiss reports emanating from Spain linking him with a switch to Barcelona. Earlier today, the Catalan daily SPORT reported that the Turkey international had snubbed a reported move to England (specifically Chelsea) in order to link up with the reigning champions of […]

Premier League Sunday, Gameweek 22: Open Thread

If Manchester United manager David Moyes wants to make a statement of intent that the club is still in the race for the title, today would be it. Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has never lost a Premier League match at home. A win for the Red Devils today would change […]

The rowdy roots of British football

The Times Online has a review of the book Uppies and Downies: The Extraordinary Football Games of Britain by Hugh Hornby. The book is a fascinating look at Atherstone Ball Game and other ancient contests that still take place in Britain. Hornby’s take on the history of football is that […]

What’s Going Wrong at Manchester City?

On the back of the most enthralling, satisfying and successful season in the club’s history, there should be an air of positivity surrounding Manchester City. ‘That goal’ from Aguero, and the numerous connotations it brought should have been the dawning of a new era, the ‘Blue Moon rising’ at last. […]

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