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Arsenal linked with Patrick Blah Blah

September 1, 2015

Arsenal’s summer took an unexpected twist yesterday when French starlet Patrick Blah Blah sensationally confessed his love for the Gunners and in particular Arsène Wenger. Arsenal reportedly have a transfer kitty of over 900m and are looking to make key signings before the window closes.  Having already been linked with everyone in Europe &a […]

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“The Bundesliga Blueprint” how the Premier League can learn

August 14, 2015

Acclaimed Sportswriter Shines ‘Ein Licht’ On Germany’s Current Footballing Success: “The Bundesliga Blueprint” Now Published. Book Publisher Bennion Kearny is delighted to announce the publication of a fresh, thought-provoking look at how German Football – through their F.A.’s ‘10-year plan’ – has risen from recent depths to dom […]

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Have you ever turned down sex to watch the match?

August 12, 2015

Prem Fans: “Football is better than sex!” Almost a quarter of loved up football fans would rather watch a game than score with their partner a new survey has found. The OnePoll survey for SportsBettingOnline.net found 23% of Premiership football fans in committed relationships admitted to passing up sex so they could watch a match. And a [&he […]

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The English Demise in Europe

October 1, 2013

With another round of Champions League fixtures ahead this week, and the recent shocks in the Premier League I began to think about the English teams chances in European competition. It did not take me long to come to the conclusion that our teams have very little chance of making an impact this year. This […] […]

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Rafa Benitez: From Zero to Hero

May 3, 2013

  On 21st November 2012, Roman Abramovich made the hugely unpopular decision to appoint Rafael Benitez on an interim basis to replace the outgoing Roberto Di Matteo in the Chelsea hotseat. Due to Benitez’s previous association with ex-rivals Liverpool and comments he made about the club during his Anfield tenure, reaction from the Stamfo […]

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The Battle for the Top Four in the Premier League – Who will make it?

April 14, 2013

The top four of the Premier League has been a target for many teams for several years. For nearly a decade, the same four clubs occupied the Champions League qualification spaces, but now there are new challengers as Liverpool and Arsenal struggle to regain lost ground. Tottenham Hotspur have threatened to take Arsenal’s top four […] […]

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When should a football manager be sacked?

March 1, 2013

 Was Sven unlucky to be dismissed at Manchester City? Did Mick McCarthy survive on borrowed time at Sunderland? Researchers from Henley Business School’ ICMA Centre have developed a model that could give directors of football clubs vital data when deciding on their manager’s future.  The model crucially evaluates the managers’ p […]

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Chelsea Set To Be Too Strong For Arsenal At Stamford Bridge

January 17, 2013

The pick of this weekend’s Premier League matches sees Arsenal head to their London rivals to face Chelsea in what looks set to be a crucial encounter for both sides. There may only be three points on offer but this match could potentially mean a lot more than that with the business end of the […] […]

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Luiz to be given ultimatum by Chelsea

December 21, 2012

David Luiz will be asked to play defensive midfield for Chelsea or could be shown the door as Rafael Benitez signaled one of his biggest changes yet as Chelsea boss. The Brazilian, 25, who signed a new five year deal this September was given the midfield role at the World Club Cup last week and […] […]

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Can Benitez rejuvenate Torres?

November 22, 2012

  So Roman did what Roman does. Scolari, Ancelotti and Villas-Boas all experienced dips as the cold of winter started to set in and all eventually paid with their jobs. In the case of Di Matteo, Roman decided to change the manager whilst the autum/winter slump was in its infancy. I’m guessing he did this […] […]

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The title contenders ten games in

November 11, 2012

  Now that we are ten games into the new season I think this is probably the first time we can analyse the contenders for the title. Manchester City Last season’s champions are the only team who remain unbeaten in the League this season. At this stage last season City had nine wins and a […] […]

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Champions League Picks For Match night Three: English Tea

October 23, 2012

The four English teams move into the third round of the Champions League Group Stage this week with only Arsenal and Manchester United still on maximum points after the opening two match nights. Arsenal head Group B on six points and play Schalke 04 at the Emirates on Wednesday looking to make it nine points […] […]

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