Tag Archives: Wayne Bridge

Chelsea 2-4 Man City: Walking In A Tevez and Bellamy Wonderland

Posted on by Christopher Harris

As bizarre as it may sound, if Manchester City could play against Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal each week, they’d be in a better league position than they are now. City continue to look flaccid when they play teams such … Continue reading

A Tale of Two Waynes

Posted on by Jesse Chula

In ten years time, English football fans will look back in the annals of history and cast villainous or glorious eyes upon someone named Wayne. This pending assignment of fates will depend on the outcome of this summer’s World Cup. Wayne Bridge, as unfortunate as … Continue reading

Who Should Replace Ashley Cole In the England World Cup Squad?

Posted on by Aram Gyan

It was all going all too swimmingly in the run-up to the World Cup, wasn’t it England supporters? That vindaloo dinner was digesting so well. A triumphant qualifying campaign, including two supremely satisfying Croatia thumpings. A seemingly straightforward World Cup … Continue reading

Why Wayne Bridge Needs To Grow Up After John Terry Episode

Posted on by John Nicholson

Not many think Capello has made the wrong decision to strip Terry of the England captaincy. But I think its an awful decison. I’m not concerned with Terry in the slightest, nor Bridge. But as soon as you start making … Continue reading

Talk Of Manchester City Making A Top Five Is Premature

Posted on by Paul Bestall

If I was an Arsenal fan, I’d be fed up already listening to people saying that Manchester City were obviously going to usurp them as one of the “Big Four” sides. It’s amazing what spending money does to peoples judgement … Continue reading

Now Mark Hughes Knows Exactly What’s Required

Posted on by Paul Bestall

When Mark Hughes agreed to replace Sven Goran Eriksson last summer, no doubt he knew things would be interesting at Manchester City, it very rarely isn’t in the sky blue half of Manchester, but I doubt he’d have expected anything … Continue reading

Are Manchester City Really Destroying Football?

Posted on by tyduffy

FC Copenhagen chairman Stale Solbakken suggests that Manchester City’s spending will ruin football. “The amounts of money that have been mentioned are incredible,” Solbakken told Ekstra-Bladet. “I think that such incredible sums will take part in destroying football. “They are creating … Continue reading

Manchester City Left Broken Hearted By Kaka

Posted on by Paul Bestall

So it’s all off then, Kaka has shunned the millions on offer to switch the San Siro for Eastlands, turned his back on an alleged £500,000 a week ( A measly take home salary of £260,000 per week after tax) and … Continue reading

Manchester United’s Pride Park Night, The Busy Day in Newcastle and Other Various Musings

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Congrats to Derby County. On a day where Cricket was the headline in England throughout (thanks ECB), Derby County came up with another dozy…technically being 180 minutes away from European competition. However that’s where the hyperbole stops for me. Sir … Continue reading

Carlos Tevez Uncertainty and is Stewart Downing This Winter’s Berbatov?

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Well the rumblings of yesterday have come to fruition today, on two counts. The first happening in South America, the other happening at the Riverside. I can understand Carlos Tevez wanting his future sorted. But the situation with Manchester United … Continue reading

Javier Garrido: The Forgotten Man

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The transfer window has been open a few days but there’s only one signing that has been announced thus far in the Premier League and that’s the Wayne Bridge move from Chelsea to Manchester City for an undisclosed sum thought … 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