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The Big Numbers From Last Weekend’s Premier League Action

With another weekend of Premier League action been and gone, Dan Bright takes a look at some of the key numbers from the clashes in the run up to the festive season, that included big wins for Arsenal, Chelsea and Watford whilst Leicester’s victory ensured they occupy first place at Christmas this year. _____ 415 Yaya Toure scored Man City’s …

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Leaked: Manchester City’s Brand New Crest

Manchester City were to officially reveal their new badge on Boxing Day, but it appears that the Intellectual Property Office have leaked the finished article. The IPO has mistakenly (presumably) published the new emblem on their website, days before the grand unveiling is due to take place. The club chose to design a new club crest following consultation with their fans, and the …

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Louis van Gaal Addresses Future: ”I Don’t Think A Manager Change Will Bring Success”

As he marches death row, Louis van Gaal spoke to the media after his side’s 2-1 home defeat to Norwich. Successive shock defeats to promoted sides Norwich City and Bournemouth, predicated by a Champions League exit, sees Louis van Gaal potentially facing the axe as Manchester United boss. If he thought that he would get some breathing space in the post-match interview …

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Will Yohan Cabaye Give Crystal Palace Boss Pardew A Merry Christmas?

Crystal Palace face Stoke this weekend with Alan Pardew, Yohan Cabaye and co. hoping to keep the Eagles’ fantastic form this season going. Stoke currently sit in mid-table. Which is where they should be given how their style of play and perception is somewhere stuck in the middle too. The general consensus, until recently, was that a trip to Stoke …

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Watch: Chelsea vs PSG – The Rivalry Is Set To Continue

A mini-series has now developed in the Champions League between European giants PSG and Chelsea, with this year’s last 16 draw pairing the duo for a third successive year in Europe’s elite competition. In the 2014 quarter-finals, Chelsea came back from being 3-1 down after a horror ending in the Parc des Princes to win the home tie 2-0 at Stamford Bridge, thanks to …

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Manchester United Manager’s Situation Now Similar To Benitez At Chelsea

With Manchester United now subdued to the Europa League after the disappointing defeat to Wolfsburg on Tuesday night, manager Louis van Gaal has arguably been the most talked about man in football this week, for all the wrong reasons. His first real attempt at playing expressive, forward-minded football showed just what happens when United let their hair down but leave …

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Are Premier League Managers Being Sacked Too Hastily?

Premier league managers are like politicians, everyone thinks they could do better if put in the same position; but when it comes down to it, they can only work with what they’re left with and hope they can change things around quickly. After United’s embarrassing exit from the Champions League on Tuesday night, major questions are now being asked about …

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Ronaldinho Was Hours From Joining Manchester United in 2003

A real case of what might have been. Ronaldinho was recognised as the world’s best footballer for much of his five year stint at Barcelona between the years 2003 and 2008, winning the FIFA World Player of the Year in 2004 and 2005, and the Ballon D’Or in 2005. However, while he enjoyed great success with Barcelona, things could have …

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