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Cian Dalton

Cian Dalton
Currently studying English and Psychology at the University of Limerick, Cian Dalton is a lifelong Manchester United fan but 'tries' to keep his articles unbiased. English football, hurling and Gaelic football are Cian's main interests. Follow him on twitter, @DaltonCian.

Manchester United: Louis Van Gaal vs David Moyes

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With Manchester United in mid-table as the festive period edges ever closer, Cian Dalton compares the fortunes of David Moyes and current incumbent, Louis van Gaal. It has been another frustrating start to the season for Manchester United and especially their followers. Residing in tenth place after Tottneham’s late win over a beleaguered Aston Villa is not what the fans …

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Aston Villa’s Luck Runs Out Again

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Aston Villa slumped to another defeat this weekend, and many have called for Paul Lambert to be sacked. Cian Dalton discusses. The statistics are piling up against Aston Villa and Paul Lambert. It was recently reported that Cristiano Ronaldo had scored twenty times for Real Madrid since Villa last scored in their 1-0 victory over Liverpool. Of course that changed …

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English Premier League: So Many Games, Such Little Time

The end of the English Premier League season is closing in swiftly. The top three positions are chopping and changing with every passing week and nobody can confidently call who will end up as champions. We will have our answer in the month of May. Until then, we have the opportunity to feast our eyes upon a huge amount of …

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Man United moving for Luke Shaw and Seamus Coleman? No thanks.

Although the transfer window has recently slammed shut, rumours are still ripe concerning all the major and not-so-major clubs.  Particularly eye-catching is a possible £45 million summer swoop for the full back pairing of Everton’s Seamus Coleman and Southampton’s Luke Shaw, respectively, by none other than transfer window mogul, David Moyes.  Of course this was going to be the story …

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Manchester United’s Season: Balancing On a Knife Edge

Manchester United’s latest in a series of disappointing defeats has left many followers with the realisation that even a top four finish could be out of reach for the reigning champions. This of course means that if that realisation comes true, United would fail to place in the Champions League designated spots, the top four. This would spell disaster and …

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Cristiano Ronaldo- Ballon d’Or Winner.

It was an emotional night for Real Madrid forward and Portuguese captain, Cristiano Ronaldo. He was visibly emotionally shaken and had to hold back his proud tears before making his acceptance speech for the 2013 FIFA Ballon d’Or trophy, marking him as the world’s best footballer in that year. Not many would argue against the decision to award him this …

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Gaelic Football 2014 – Top Teams To Watch

The 2014 Gaelic football season has begun with the McGrath, McKenna and O’Byrne cups respectively. These smaller platforms provide the lesser known players on each inter-county team to prove their mettle while it also provides the stars of the team a chance to sharpen their skills. These competitions don’t get them amount of coverage that the National League and the …

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Manchester United’s Momentum

Cian Dalton speaks about Manchester United’s current run of form and how this momentum is worrying for their Premier League rivals. It has without a doubt been the most tumultuous year for Manchester United in the last decade. Needless to say, Alex Ferguson deciding to retire after 27 years at the helm was the first wave that rocked the boat. …

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