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Tag Archives: Gus Poyet

Read Our Progress Report on Sunderland’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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Gus Poyet’s side has enjoyed a rather mixed bag of results throughout October and November with goals in good supply at both ends of the pitch. It is impossible to look past the hugely surprising 8-0 defeat away to high-flying … Continue reading

Sunderland’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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Sunderland have enjoyed a mixed start to the Premier League season thus far with Gus Poyet’s men sitting in a worrying 15th position in the table despite having earned draws against Louis van Gaal’s Manchester United as well as Tottenham … Continue reading

Crystal Palace and the Premier League Would Lose A Good Manager If Ian Holloway Is Sacked

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Much has been made about the reported meeting between Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish and manager Ian Holloway following Monday night’s game at Selhurst Park. Palace suffered a 4-1 defeat to Fulham thanks in large part to two stunning first-half goals from … Continue reading

Ramos's Poor English Speaking Skills Will Be The Downfall Of Spurs

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s no wonder that Tottenham Hotspur are playing so abysmally this season. Have you heard Juande Ramos’s English? Seriously, if you were a player on the Spurs squad and you listened to Ramos speak, would you understand him, respect him … Continue reading

Poll: Who Should Be The Next Manager Of Tottenham Hotspur?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

This Sunday at 4pm UK time, Stoke City plays at home against Spurs. If Spurs lose this match, what should happen? Vote now. <a href=”http://answers.polldaddy.com/poll/1004140/” >If Spurs lose to Stoke on Sunday, who should be in charge of Tottenham?</a> <br … Continue reading