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Arsenal Are Better Off With Arsene Wenger

  The tensions have been brewing and the feelings of some fans have been heard from near and far. But, what would happen if that imaginary button pressed and ‘Wenger out’ was a reality? Would Arsenal be in the top four-year after year, competitive in cup competitions and maintain their status as one of the […]

Manchester City 2-3 Manchester United

An injury-time winner from Robin van Persie takes United six points clear at the top of the table, after one of the most eventful and entertaining games so far this season. Rooney gave United the lead after only sixteen minutes . After a Manchester City attack had fizzled out the ball rolled to De Gea […]

Will Dortmund’s Excellent Champions League Form Prove To Be A Fatal Blow In The Bundesliga?

Recently Borussia Dortmund have been hitting the headlines and are a club on the up, with them winning the double last season and topping the so called ‘Group of Death’ Champions League group. Dortmund seem to be concentrating a little more on Europe’s biggest prize and fair play to them, but their domestic form is […]


The city of Manchester will, once again, split into blue and red halves as the both Manchester City and Manchester United will clash again. The Citizens’ double victory over the Red Devils last season was key in deciding the destination of the English League crown and it seems this clash will have a huge say […]

Barca Soar While Simeone Faces Reality

It was as typical a weekend you will get in La Liga with some sublime football, a couple predictable results and even a sacking. Standard. Barca was at home to Athletic Bilbao in a romping 5-1 victory which has secured their best ever start to La Liga. The football hipsters of yesteryear (or, last year […]

Beckham Ends Galaxy Career on a High With a Truly Hollywood Ending

In January 2007 Beckham agreed a five year deal to sign for LA Galaxy reportedly worth £128 million from Spanish giants Real Madrid. Beckham was enduring a disappointing spell where he had fallen out with boss Fabio Capello and was dropped by England manager Steve McClaren. He joined up with the Galaxy squad at the […]

Gareth Barry: The Unsung Hero Yet Key Man

Though it may not have been too important in the earlier days of the game, in modern day football the role of a defensive midfielder is paramount in any side. Most players who occupy the role aren’t seen as the best of players technically, but in order to be successful in that position, work rate […]