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Tag Archives: Roque Santa Cruz

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

Citizens Poised to Attack in 2010

Posted on by James Moschella

As they approach, once again, the 100 million pound mark in the transfer market, Manchester City and head coach Roberto Mancini still find facets of their team to dislike. Yet, for a team still searching for a striker to add … Continue reading

Is Mark Hughes Building a Barcelona Clone at Eastlands?

Posted on by Dave Warner

Say what you will about the obscene amount of money being spent by Manchester City this summer, but you have to admit that there’s a certain perverse pleasure in watching someone build a real-life club lineup in much the same … Continue reading

Eto’o and Tevez Potentially Agree To Join Manchester City

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well, two days are left until the transfer window opens again and Manchester City look like they’ve signed two strikers to help Mark Hughes drag them up the table. I suppose they need some good news down at Eastlands after … Continue reading

The Relegation Rumble: Will Blackburn Rovers Go Down?

Posted on by tyduffy

Buoyed by Mark Hughes’ overachievement and shrewd signings, Blackburn had been living in a fantasyland of consistent contention for Europe.  Paul Ince transported them rudely back to small city reality.  Blackburn took an admirable risk, hiring the Premier League’s first … Continue reading

Man City Finish Transfer Window Back Where They Started

Posted on by Matthew Semisch

When the financial and managerial reins to Manchester City Football Club changed hands early on this season for the second time in fairly quick succession on both fronts, this time with the Blues having instantly catapulted to the top of … Continue reading

Can The Arshavin Talk Finally Stop And Sky Clean up on UK Rights

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Well we know the Andrei Arshavin deal according to the Premier League is complete, but how much trouble was there in completing this deal? It seems that lawyers had to be called in to make sure everything was in order … Continue reading

Rafa’s Ranting Is Doing Liverpool No Favors

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

The sooner Rafa Benitez keeps his mouth shut about how teams are playing against Liverpool, even in off handed ways, and focuses on getting your team back on the winning path; the better off you will be. The comments made … Continue reading

Should Manchester City Refocus Their Mega-Spending Efforts Domestically?

Posted on by tyduffy

Manchester City’s new ownership sent chairman Garry Cook, brimming with billions, to build a super-club capable of Champions League qualification.  The club’s £91m bid for Kaka was a noted fiasco, but, as details have emerged, that’s hardly been their only … Continue reading

Football Transfer Twaddle: Defoe, Arteta, Toure and Pennant

Posted on by tyduffy

After accepting a sordid envelope with £20m for “Lass” Diarra, Portsmouth rejected shrewd dealer Harry Redknapp’s £30m overture for Jermain Defoe, Glen Johnson and Peter Crouch.  Pompey then lessened Defoe’s value markedly, by announcing they would sell him for a … Continue reading

Who Will Move Premiership Clubs In January?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

  A little under 32 hours remain until the transfer window finally opens once again in World Football and the merry go round of mad money begins once again. I’ve seen several people claim that due to the economic climate, … Continue reading

Middlesbrough Dazzles With Opening Day Premier League Performance

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The most impressive side I watched, by far, on Saturday was Middlesbrough. The link-up play between Tuncay, Alves, Downing, Aliadiere and, later, Mido was sensational. Wheater was also impressive. At times, it was like watching Brazil with all of the … Continue reading

Poll: Who Should Tottenham Buy Next?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Who should Spurs buy with the money from the Robbie Keane transfer? ( surveys)