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Free-falling Fulham on course for the drop

Could it be unlucky 13 for Fulham this season as they battle to avoid relegation from the Premier League? It is certainly beginning to look that way as a porous defence and inadequate strike force is combining to sink the

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Brighton’s smart business in the January transfer window

It’s the end of January and the transfer window is about to slam shut and business needs to be done quickly. Brighton sit eighth in the Championship table, four points outside the play-offs with a game in hand. It could

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Why footballers making the transition from football to poker is becoming more and more common

Football and poker are two incredibly popular games, mainly because of their intensity, entertainment and good moments, although in both some days are good and some days are bad! That’s just the nature of the respective

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Bavarian dominance – why a historic treble was just a taste of things to come

The rocking Südtribüne, a charismatic coach with his shoestring team, spearheaded by their cherubic talisman. Borussia Dortmund had well and truly shaken Bavaria, in a time where oligarchs and billionaire investors are dictating the

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Moyes chooses names over tactics

Tuesday afternoon saw a flurry of media attention around Manchester United. The Red Devils were being linked with big-money moves for Chelsea’s Juan Mata and Bayern Munich’s Dante. As soon as this rumour started to filter

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Backing the underdog

The Premier League campaign has been exhilarating, pulsating and delivered on all accounts so far this season. We’ve seen a stupendous amount of shock results, high-scoring games and tight, tactical encounters. We’re only just

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Chris Hughton: progress review

Chris Hughton’s managerial post at Norwich City was well and truly on the line going into their game against Hull. Supporter discontent has been steadily brewing for a while, and after the dreadful display against Fulham in the Cup

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How artificial surfaces are making a comeback in football

In the early 1980’s, they were seen as an innovation that was doomed to fail. At a time when many football fans weren’t willing to accept change, they flew in the face of tradition, while many players weren’t exactly welcoming.

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Perfect Pellegrini

Manuel Pellegrini’s reign as Manchester City boss has gone, as some thought it wouldn’t do anyway, surprisingly well so far. His team are challenging on all fronts, the fans have taken to him, and there seems to be a real sense

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AFC Wimbledon: are the Dons going home?

We all know the magnificent story of AFC Wimbledon and how the club came about after suffering at the hands of greedy, clueless owners who didn’t have any interest in the heartbeat of Wimbledon FC – the fans. Luckily those same