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A Sunderland Fan’s Preview | Man City vs Sunderland

A Sunderland Fan’s Preview | Man City vs Sunderland

Christopher Hepworth March 2, 2014 0

The last time that Manchester City graced the Wembley turf they succumbed to a shock defeat to Wigan in last years FA Cup final. But Manuel Pellegrini’s side will be expecting to put that

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Woeful Refereeing Decisions For Liverpool, Sunderland & Manchester United

Woeful Refereeing Decisions For Liverpool, Sunderland & Manchester United

Neil Brophy November 25, 2013 Comments Off

It is a bit of a bipolar relationship with footballing referees, sometimes you love them and sometimes you hate them. No matter the decisions a ref makes, there is going to be a supporting

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Progress report: West Ham’s Stewart Downing

Progress report: West Ham’s Stewart Downing

Chris Winterburn October 9, 2013 Comments Off

With the Premier League season now seven games old as we head into a crucial International break where the places for this summer’s World Cup in Brazil could be decided, it seems an apt

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The preview and the prices: Aston Villa v Rotherham

The preview and the prices: Aston Villa v Rotherham

John White August 27, 2013 Comments Off

The Capital One Cup is back once again, and the draw has thrown up some huge miss matches, and is turning out to provide more shocks than the a pylon or the FA Cup.

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Will Harry take QPR trip to Exeter seriously?

Will Harry take QPR trip to Exeter seriously?

The Magic Sponge August 6, 2013 Comments Off

Harry Redknapp will take time out from commentating on the Gareth Bale saga, perhaps as much as 90 minutes, to oversea QPR’s League Cup game at St James Park tonight. It is difficult gauge

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A few names Stoke might consider, to give themselves a fighting chance

A few names Stoke might consider, to give themselves a fighting chance

Danny Allen June 5, 2013 Comments Off

To remain in the Premier League, a team must continuously improve in order to keep up with the advancements in ability every year. Teams such as Swansea, West Brom and Norwich are great examples

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Bradford v Swansea: the unlikeliest of cup finals in a generation

Bradford v Swansea: the unlikeliest of cup finals in a generation

Dave Waterhouse February 23, 2013 0

With starting odds of 1,000-1 as a minimum, Bradford’s achievement of reaching the Capital One Cup Final really can be considered a once in a millennium opportunity. In an era in which the selected

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Why Zaha ought to join Tottenham and not Manchester United

Why Zaha ought to join Tottenham and not Manchester United

Mat Hibbert January 8, 2013 0

From the moment Christiano Ronaldo announced his desire to move on to bigger and better things, Old Trafford boss Alex Ferguson has consistently struggled in his efforts to produce or to a buy a wing player,

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Leeds v Chelsea: The Rekindling Of A Rivalry

Leeds v Chelsea: The Rekindling Of A Rivalry

Staff Writer December 19, 2012 0

A dormant rivalry is set to erupt back into life this evening as Leeds welcome Chelsea to Elland Road for a place in the Capital One Cup semi finals. Although the two clubs are

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The Capital One Cup Round Up

The Capital One Cup Round Up

Mat Hibbert December 17, 2012 0

This week saw resolution administered to three of the four Capital Cup quarter final ties. With big guns Manchester City, Liverpool, Tottenham et al having already surrendered any opportunity of progressing through the competition, it was left

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