36 Hours of Manchester Madness

36 Hours of Manchester MadnessNormally 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 as well as that we find ourselves with more and more talking points than ever before.

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Rooney’s Departure Won’t Hurt if “La Maquina” Joins United

Rooney’s Departure Won’t Hurt if “La Maquina” Joins UnitedDavid Moyes’s name is everywhere to be seen in the media as the man who will eventually replace Alex Ferguson at the end of the season. Hence, Wayne Rooney is expected to not unite with his ex boss and leave Manchester United this summer.

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Chelsea Angle – What if Mourinho Joins Manchester United?

Chelsea Angle – What if Mourinho Joins Manchester United?Having fallen out with Real Madrid lately, Mourinho is likely to return to premier league. The Portuguese has been largely linked with his former club Chelsea but suddenly Ferguson’s retirement has opened another door for one of the best managers in the business right now.

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Madrid in Shock Bid for Liverpool’s Goal Hungry Predator

Madrid in Shock Bid for Liverpool’s Goal Hungry PredatorThe Spanish capital club is reported to line up an astonishing bid for Liverpool superstar Luis Suarez. Amazingly, it is not Real Madrid but their local rivals Atletico who are keen on luring Liverpool’s goal hungry predator.

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Dancing to the Tune of Jose Mourinho

Dancing to the Tune of Jose MourinhoAmerican poet, Maya Angelou famously said “there’s a world of difference between truth and facts. Facts can obscure the truth.” this very quote is applicable in José Mourinho’s predicament at the moment.

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No Point Paying Over the Odds Again

No Point Paying Over the Odds AgainLiverpool have their priorities set for the summer transfer market and as Jamie Carragher nears retirement, signing a defender tops the shopping list for the merseysiders. Numerous defenders are linked with a move to Liverpool but with a limited budget available, there is no point in paying over the odds again.

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Manchester United Target to Stay Put

Manchester United Target to Stay PutGalatasaray forward Burak Yilmaz has drawn interest from top Eruopean clubs thanks to his brilliant performances for the Turkish side this season. However, the Manchester United target may as well stay with his current club if they do not opt to sell him.

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Time for Tottenham Fans to Fear the Worst Again?

Time for Tottenham Fans to Fear the Worst Again?Despite all the prayers from North London, Chelsea defeated Manchester United thanks to a late goal from Spaniard Juan Mata. The vital three points means that blues are now in the driving seat to qualify for the Champions League. As things stand, may be it is time for Tottenham fans to fear the worst again.

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What Next for West Bromwich Albion

What Next for West Bromwich AlbionBack at the start of the season, many predicted it would be a woeful year for West Bromwich Albion. Roy Hodgson had left at the end of the previous season to take the England managers job and his replacement came in the form of Steve Clarke.

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From Top Class to Literally Clueless

From Top Class to Literally CluelessNewcastle United have had a horrific season to say the least as the magpies once more find themselves in a relegation battle. The astonishing fact is that Alan Pardew’s men finished 5th in the league last season and now they have gone from being top class to literally clueless this season.

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