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- Police to make Fir Park arrests December 10, 2013
- Ministers in sport fixing talks December 10, 2013
- Rovers' Marsh joins Man City Ladies December 10, 2013
- Chelsea v Steaua Bucharest December 10, 2013
- VIDEO: Eduardo confident of beating Man Utd December 10, 2013
- VIDEO: New boss Rosler 'inspired' by Wigan December 10, 2013
- Barcelona consider leaving Nou Camp December 10, 2013
- Jones welcomes 'massive win' December 10, 2013
- Wenger: Only the best will do December 10, 2013
- Posh book spot in JPT area final December 10, 2013
- Blackstock out for season December 10, 2013
- Milner salutes City character December 10, 2013
- Guardiola: City are top team December 10, 2013
- Fleetwood stun Millers in JPT December 10, 2013
Category Archives: Premier League
Champions in crisis, a relegation battle shaping nicely and new stars shining brighter each week, here’s five things we have learnt from the weekend.
While FIFA’s carousel in Brazil where men take plastic balls out of shiny pots is likely to capture world football’s attention this afternoon as England get to know which teams they’ll face this summer, the Premier League returns tomorrow after … Read more…
It’s only two days since goals were plundered in in almost every Premier League game played on Wednesday and now we get to, hopefully, do it all over again as the top-flight returns into his traditional weekend slot. So, what … Read more…
As Liverpool stumbled to a 3-1 defeat at Hull on Sunday, the Reds’ so far almost impeccable run this season was abruptly brought to a halt, leading Brendan Rodgers to demand reinforcements and others to question the former Swansea manager’s … Read more…
Martin Jol was the second managerial casualty in the Premier League this season, while Spurs and United can’t get going and Newcastle could surprise a few more people between now and the end of the season.
After all the merry excitement provided by the Champions League, it’s time to forget about European competitions and group stages and focus on the bread and butter that is the Premier League. As December looms large, those who have forfeited … Read more…