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Fantasy Football tips: Gameweek 31

Posted March 30, 2012 by CG

A few tricky fixtures to call this week. With Arsenal enjoying such a fine run of form, you’d back them to extend their unbeaten run at Loftus Road tomorrow, while Manchester United’s trip to Ewood Park on Monday night could prove extremely lucrative for the Red Devils. But, we’re looking at Bolton and Chelsea for […]

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Football News

I loved the Olympics, but thank f**k football is back!

Posted August 17, 2012 by TO

I’ll be the first to admit, I absolutely loved the Olympics.  The atmosphere around London,  the discovery of weird and wonderful sports that you’ve never watched before and the sheer humility of the athletes competing made it a time that will simply never be forgotten. The Olympics simply blew everything else into the background, and transformed the mood of […]

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QPR & Norwich – Apparently your season is over already

Posted August 20, 2012 by TO

So with 9 premier league games completed this weekend, we now know that Swansea and Fulham will be playing Champions League football next season, Totenham and Arsenal will finish mid table at best and Liverpool will be relegated. Sorry Norwich and QPR fans, the number of points you will gain this season will not even […]

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FA Cup semi-finals: Match reviews

Posted April 18, 2011 by CG

Manchester City 1-0 Manchester United Manchester City earned a place in the FA Cup final for the first time in 30 years at the expense of local rivals Manchester United. Yaya Toure’s 53rd minute goal was enough for Roberto Mancini’s team to claim a victory which ended talk of another treble for Sir Alex Ferguson. […]

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Are people still saying the Premier League is the best in the world?

Posted April 6, 2012 by CG

The headline news from last night’s Europa League quarter final ties is that Spain is dominating the competition once again, with three of the four semi finalists playing their football in La Liga. Athletic Club, Atlético Madrid and Valencia all ran out fairly comfortable winners over two legs in UEFA’s secondary club competition, while Real […]

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