Why Crouch Should Refuse To Move On From Never Never Land

Peter CrouchPeter Crouch’s International credentials, upon a year-long shun upholding his England Fairytale. For now, should the 31 year-old’s career end happily ever after.

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The Hammering Blow Which Burst The Bubble

The Hammering Blow Which Burst The BubbleCrash. Bang. Wollop. Alan Pardew looked on in despair as Eggert Magnusson fumbled Javier Mascherano and Carlos Tevez’s shirts during their major imports’ Upton Park welcoming, in amongst the confusion of a smokescreen. Avram Grant shrugged his shoulders at the collapse of the infrastructure built by Gianfranco Zola.

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Liverpool Dismantled Norwich to Register First League Win

Liverpool Dismantled Norwich to Register First League WinBrendan Rodgers finally tasted the first premier league victory with Liverpool as the reds dismantled struggling Norwich at Carrow road. Uruguayan strker, Luis Suarez scored yet another hat-trick at Carrow Road leaving Chris Hughton’s side still without a win this season.

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Mancini – Are you Wenger in Disguise?

Mancini - Are you Wenger in Disguise? Ongoing managerial feuds; ranting and raving antics from the touchline; cautious tactics and inconsistent results beg the question: what’s happening to Roberto Mancini and Man City in recent weeks? and a different one that perhaps Mancini is Wenger in disgiuse.

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Villa Fans Must Not Get Carried Away With City Triumph

Villa Fans Must Not Get Carried Away With City TriumphAston Villa manager, Paul Lambert, says that his team fully deserved to progress to the next stage of the Capital One Cup after knocking out Manchester City.

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A Dejected Liverpool Fan

A Dejected Liverpool FanIt is now a little over two years since Rafa Benitez was forced out of the Liverpool football club due to xenophobia towards him by a group of people in the club, and witch hunters, people who do not appreciate his effort and who do not know his worth; now the numbers tell the story.

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Jack Wilshere Return – Major Boost for Arsenal

Jack Wilshere Return - Major Boost for ArsenalArsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has returned to training this week after a gruelling 14-month absence. It is a great bit of news not just for Gunners fans, but for England as well as Wilshere is being tipped by many to have a very good international career.

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Oscar Shines But Juventus Fightback To Share Points

Oscar Shines But Juventus Fightback To Share PointsThe European Champions started defense of their crown against the Italian champions last night in an exciting contest. Chelsea’s new signing young Oscar announced himself with a brace that helped the blues gain two goal advantage. However, Juventus dominated for most part of the game and eventually earned a deserved draw as their Antonio Conte watched from the stands.

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Sunderland vs Liverpool – Pre Match Analysis

Sunderland vs Liverpool - Pre Match AnalysisGaining just a point in the opening three games of the new season has certainly increased the pressure on Liverpool’s new boss, Brendon Rodgers and has pulled his side to post a compulsory victory at stadium of lights. At the same time, after two consecutive draws, one against Arsenal at home and the other to Swansea at away, Martin O’Neill’sSunderlandwill be looking for their first win of the season at home.

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Ukraine Highlight Major Faults in World’s “Third Best Team”

Ukraine Highlight Major Faults in World's "Third Best Team"At Wembley on Wednesday night, England had to settle for a point against Ukraine in Group H, after Frank Lampard’s late penalty salvaged a 1-1 draw at Wembley. This draw  put Roy Hodgson’s side level on four points with Poland and Montenegro. However, although drawing one game to Ukraine, a decent side, isn’t a travesty;It showed cracks.

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