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Sunderland surprised many today after picking up a 3-1 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the first semi-final of the 2013 Premier League Asia Trophy.
Gus Poyet finds himself now looking for new work after his contract at Brighton and Hove Albion was terminated last night, with the now ex-Seagulls manager appearing to have been made aware of the news while he was working as … Continue reading
Now that Arsenal would appear to be in a position to spend big money this summer, what exactly does Arsene Wenger need in order to strengthen his squad and get them challenging for the top honours again?
England’s Under-21 European Championship campaign got off to a disappointing start after a 1-0 loss to Italy in Tel Aviv.
It took me a while to believe that it could happen, but now I like many others before me am completely convinced that Jose Mourinho will make his long awaited return to Chelsea and English football within the coming days.
Crystal Palace will be playing Premier League football next season after a 1-0 win in The Championship Play-Off Final against Watford. One of the major talking points from the big day was the performance and the future of England International … Continue reading
The domestic season may well have just come to a close, but now a lot of attention now turns to something completely different that is happening this summer. The UEFA Under-21 Championships that take place in Israel next month.
A 5th placed finish means that its Europa League football once again for Tottenham Hotspur next season. The question now on almost all minds is simple. Will Gareth Bale be a Spurs player next season?
Tonight, Champions League chasing Arsenal host relegation threatened Wigan Athletic at The Emirates Stadium. And with so much on the line for both clubs, this could well be considered as potentially the biggest game of the season so far.
Normally at this time of the year, the football season comes to its close and the only major talking points come on the pitch with teams scrapping it out for league titles, continental places and league survival. But this time … Continue reading