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Jason Dundon

Jason Dundon
An English teacher living in Glasgow, Jason is an avid Manchester United fan, but isn't too biased against the lesser teams. Contact Jason via twitter @reDundoncy

Four Premier League Players With Everything To Prove This Season

LONDON, ENGLAND - JUNE 02: Jack Wilshere of England in action during the international friendly match between England and Portugal at Wembley Stadium on June 2, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Clive Rose/Getty Images)

With the dust more or less settled following a hectic transfer deadline day, here are four players who are facing what could be the defining season of their careers. Only players under the age of 30 have been considered here. ______ 4. Mamadou Sakho (Liverpool) This time last year Sakho was signing a new five-year contract and being lauded for his Europa League …

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Top Five World Cup Villains

With so much talk about the misdemeanors of a certain Uruguayan man’s footballing dietary habits today we have a look at villains from the past and present who have shocked the world and turned a few nations against them. Only on-pitch incidents can be considered so we don’t have to open up the Saipan debate, life is just too short …

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Top Four World Cup Players Hoping For A Transfer

With the World Cup just a day away, we take a look at the players who will be trying to impress potential suitors. All of these players have been earmarked for big moves after the World Cup. Just how big the move is depends on how well they play. Mario Mandzukic The big Croatian is no stranger to his international …

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Top Five Players Missing The World Cup Through Injury

With just three days to go until the biggest show on earth, we  look at the players that will be sorely missed at the World Cup. All of these players would have made their respective national squads had it not been for injury or questionable fitness crushing their World Cup dreams. Sidenote: Only one player from each nation can be …

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Five Things We Won’t Miss From The Last World Cup

World Cup nostalgia is in the air and today we look at the five things from the previous World Cup that we definitely won’t be nostalgic about. 5. The Jabulani Never in the history of the World Cup has the quality of a ball been such a talking point. Countless players and coaches came out against the ball. Casillas described …

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Quickfire Season Review: Arsenal

As the season has come to an end, we take a look at each team’s pre-season expectations and how they ultimately fared in the league. Transfer dealings will be looked at too, earmarking the best and worst of the season. First up under the quickfire microscope is Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal. Pre-Season Hopes It has been the same for so long that …

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Top 10 Footballing Families: Part II

5:The Inzaghis When it comes to a brotherly strike force, not many come as dangerous as the brothers Inzaghi. Simone, the younger and less decorated of the two brothers was still a regular thorn in many a defense in Italy. He spent over ten years at Lazio but only made 129 appearances during that time. His record is roughly one goal in …

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Top 10 Footballing Families: Part I

Football has often been a family affair. Today we look at the most famous families in world football. These families are ranked for their collective ability and trophies. 10: The Guðjohnsens Arguably the greatest footballing family to hail from the mighty Iceland. This father-son act between them have played, and achieved success, all over Europe. Arnór, the father, played in France, …

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