The Career that Ended Half Way Through – Michael Owen

The Career that Ended Half Way Through – Michael OwenYesterday Stoke City’s striker Michael Owen announced that he will retire from the game at the end of the current season, bringing an end to a career that perhaps ended half way through mainly because of injuries.

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Can Arsenal Overtake Stumbling Spurs Again?

Can Arsenal Overtake Stumbling Spurs Again?Two weeks back, Tottenham defeated Arsenal to go seven points clear of their archrivals. Since then Spurs have lost two consecutive league games and the gunners are back in contention for the final Champions League place. Can Arsenal overtake stumbling spurs again?

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Is There Value To The Europa League?

Is There Value To The Europa League?I am proud of our English representatives in the Europa league this season. Given the flops of Chelsea and Manchester City in the Champions League group stage this season, and the eliminations of Arsenal and Manchester United in the last-16, there only remained one outlet for British pride in international club competition.

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Arsenal Loanee In Line To Make His Ghana Debut

Arsenal Loanee In Line To Make His Ghana DebutFormer England youth international, Emmanuel Yaw Frimpong has been included in Ghana Black Star’s squad for the World Cup qualifier against Sudan in Kumasi on Sunday, March 24.

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Has Football Become Our Religion?

Has Football Become Our Religion?How the attractive the prospect of going to the stadium can sound.The hope of your team winning,drawing and losing is held in various forms by Muslims,Christendom or other religious group and even whose don’t have  interest in the game will not derail from it.

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Can Arsenal Turn the Tie Around Against Bayern Munich?

Can Arsenal Turn the Tie Around Against Bayern Munich?Arsenal have to overcome a towering task in Germany tonight if they are to qualify for the last eight of the champions league. Manager Arsene Wenger is adamant that his side does not face an impossible task and can win big at the Allianz Arena. The question remains, can Arsenal turn the tie around against Bayern Munich?

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Barcelona Dismantle Poor AC Milan to Progress

Barcelona Dismantle Poor AC Milan to ProgressHaving lost the first leg at San Siro, Barcelona players were confident that they would turn the tie around at Camp Nou. Last night, in the second leg, Barca absolutely dismantled poor AC Milan to progress to the last eight of the Champions League.

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Brian McDermott Sacked – A Justifiable Decision?

Brian McDermott Sacked - A Justifiable Decision?Yesterday afternoon, Reading sacked their manager Brian McDermott with the club sitting second bottom of the Premier League 4 points from safety with only 9 games to go.

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Mauricio Pochettino – Still Not Fully Convinced

Mauricio Pochettino - Still Not Fully ConvincedIn just one week from now, Mauricio Pochettino will have officially been the manager at Southampton for two months, and while things have not gone dreadfully wrong for the Saints in the short time he’s been with them. I’m still yet to be convinced that he is the right man for the job in both the long-term and short-term future.

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Reds Beat Spurs, Win 3 Consecutive PL Games Since May 2011

Reds Beat Spurs – Win 3 Consecutive PL Games Since May 2011Liverpool and Tottenham contested in perhaps one of the best and most exciting games of the season. The reds eventually defeated Spurs 3-2 and registered third consecutive league win for the first time since May 2011 when legendary Kenny Dalglish was in charge.

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