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Top 4 Premier League Long-Range Golazo’s

Following Victor Wanyama’s great long-range effort for in-form Southampton against Hull City in the Premier League at the weekend, Damien Morris selects his top four long-range efforts in the history of the Premier League. 4. Wayne Rooney – Manchester United vs West Ham 2013/14 season What an amazing goal this is from the Manchester United striker in which he lobbed a shot from just …

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West Ham Winger Eyeing England Recall

Stewart Downing believes he has played himself into contention for an England recall on Thursday with his recent form for West Ham. Downing, who holds 34 international caps and last played for the Three Lions in May 2012, has often been deployed as a central midfielder rather than a winger by Hammers manager Sam Allardyce this season. And the 30-year-old …

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It’s Been A Good Week/Bad Week For…

Sport can be a rollercoaster of highs and lows from week to week. Here’s a quick look back at who had a good/bad week in sport this week.   Good Week Alan Pardew The under pressure Newcastle manager saw his team win at Manchester City and at home to Liverpool this week. After a disastrous start to the season Newcastle …

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LVG: Manchester United MF Did Not Mean To Spit At Aguero

Louis van Gaal defended Marouane Fellaini after the United midfielder appeared to spit at Sergio Aguero during the Manchester derby. In a typically heated clash between two of English football’s most bitter rivals, Fellaini became irate with City striker Aguero in an incident towards the end of the first half. Aguero tumbled to the floor after Fellaini kicked his standing …

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Crystal Palace Boss: We Will Buy In January

Neil Warnock says Crystal Palace will not be “caught short” in the January transfer window as they look to bring in the players capable of helping keep the club in the Barclays Premier League. The Eagles host Sunderland on Monday night just a point above the relegation places targeting a first victory in three games. Warnock returned to Selhurst Park …

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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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Mourinho Continues Scathing Attack On Chelsea Fans

Jose Mourinho has continued his scathing attack on Chelsea’s supporters – but refused to endorse Roy Keane’s ‘prawn sandwich’ critique. The Blues have won all five of their Barclays Premier League home games this term after beating QPR 2-1 in a hard-fought London derby on Saturday. Mourinho criticised his team for a lack of intensity, but his biggest frustration was …

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Liverpool Boss: Sentiment Will Play No Part In Gerrard Decision

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers insists sentiment would play no part in agreeing a new contract with captain Steven Gerrard. The former England captain’s deal expires next summer and with reported interest from elsewhere – Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini recently voiced his admiration for the player and would not rule out a move – Rodgers is desperate to ensure a …

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Manchester United Boss Labels Smalling “Stupid”

Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal angrily branded Chris Smalling “stupid” after his dismissal helped City beat United in the Manchester derby. United were holding their own against their local rivals, but they eventually went down 1-0 thanks to a second-half strike from Sergio Aguero. City’s task was made much easier by Smalling, who received two yellow cards in eight …

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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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