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Tag Archives: Mark Hughes

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

Posted on by Ayo Isaiah
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The Potters have continued in their inconsistent start to the season and are yet to find their best form so far. In the five Premier League matches played in October and November, they won twice, lost twice and drew once, … Continue reading

Stoke City’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Ayo Isaiah
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Stoke City have had a mixed beginning to the 2014-15 Premier League season and have posted mixed results since the start on the campaign. With one win, two draws and two losses, the Potters are perched in 13th spot on … Continue reading

Manchester City vs Stoke City Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Chris Ryan
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Coming off of a decisive 3-1 victory over last year’s Premier League runners up Liverpool, Manchester City will look to continue their perfect start to the early season with a lineup that will feature only a couple of changes. The … Continue reading

Geoff Cameron Must be Calculated and Logical About His Playing Future

Posted on by Earl Reed
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Rumors abound that American international Geoff Cameron is being courted both within the Premier League as well as on the continent. ProSoccerTalk links Cameron to a number of clubs, the biggest name being traditional Serie A contender Lazio. But recent … Continue reading

Why Tony Pulis Is The Right Man to Replace Ian Holloway as Crystal Palace Manager

Posted on by Nick Ottman
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If I was Crystal Palace Chairman Steve Parish, there’s only one man I would be considering to replace Ian Holloway. Tony Pulis has to be the perfect fit for the club. The Eagles are currently 19th in the Premier League with … Continue reading

El United (EPL Talk Review Podcast)

Posted on by Laurence McKenna
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Some lovely football played around Europe this weekend and why should the EPL be any different? Well, there weren’t any headline games as we know them but even the pod’s featured game of United – United had history and rivalry … Continue reading

Zamora Suffers Injury Heartache

Posted on by James Beckett

Just two days ago I wrote about Bobby Zamora singing a new contract at Fulham, but just typical of the cruel luck that is often associated with the sport, the Fulham forward suffered a horrific leg break in his very … Continue reading

Robinho Was A Success At Manchester City

Posted on by James Beckett

The sale of Robinho has marked the end of an era for Manchester City. The Brazilian arrived with high expectations of taking City to the next level and in a strange way he has sort lived up to the expectations. … Continue reading

Hull City Search For A Hero

Posted on by Paul Bestall

In a strange yet understandable move, Hull City Chairman Adam Pearson has removed Phil Brown from his position as manager at the struggling side. It strikes me as strange as Brown has been moved on after an impressive, if limited, … Continue reading

Can Joe Hart Become England's Number One?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

With just over 15 weeks left until the 19th World Cup begins in South Africa and one player is making a real case to force his way in to the starting line up. Joe Hart could have been put out … Continue reading

How Can Manchester City Solve A Problem Like Robinho?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

It was the marquee signing that announced that Manchester City had money to burn and were determined to usurp the comfy old pals act at the top of the Premiership. Fans flocked to Eastlands in tea-towels to show their new … Continue reading

British Managers Squander Opportunities To Join Premier League Elite

Posted on by tyduffy

In his WSJ column, Gabriele Marcotti brings up the dearth of British managers at the top of English football.  Seven of the 20 Premier League managers are foreign.  Sir Alex Ferguson is the only British manager among the so-called “Big … Continue reading

Burnley Have To Make The Right Choice

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So it’s official then, Owen Coyle will be the new manager of Bolton Wanderers and Burnley now have to find the right man to replace him as they look to continue the good work this season has produced. It is … Continue reading

Where Might Craig Bellamy Land in January?

Posted on by Dave Warner

It should be plainly obvious to any football fan with half a brain that Craig Bellamy is looking at the front door. From the moment that his fellow Welshman Mark Hughes was sacked at Manchester City, reports emerged that Bellamy … Continue reading

Garry Cook and the Uncomfortable Press Conference: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Press conferences in England are hardly ever tame experiences (ask Joe Kinnear), but Monday’s unveiling of Roberto Mancini as the new manager of Manchester City didn’t go particularly well for City chief executive Garry Cook. The City chief executive, who … Continue reading

Manchester City Lose Patience With Mark Hughes

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So it’s official now, Manchester City’s owners have shown there true colours with yesterdays sacking of Mark Hughes and replacing him with Roberto Mancini. Rumours had been circling Hughes since Saturday morning, with several British papers stating that the game … Continue reading

Manchester City Vs Arsenal: Round Two

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well if there was one game I couldn’t wait for the return leg this season so far, then Manchester City vs Arsenal was the one. Now thanks to the magic of the League Cup draw, we get an extra episode … Continue reading