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Watch: Pep Guardiola’s brilliant reaction to quadruple Man City question

The English media are known for asking tricky and, on occasions, frankly ridiculous questions during the endless amount of press conferences that seem to occur in football throughout the season. Who’d be a football manager

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Project England

Trnava is a small city located in western Slovakia known for its scenic views and dubbed the ‘little Rome’ of its country. It’s also well renowned for its religious beliefs, playing host to numerous churches. It was perhaps fitting th

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Five talking points from the Premier League so far

If the Premier League is a perfectly performed piano symphony, then the international break is an over-zealous four-year-old slamming his Play-Doh-crusted hands onto as many piano keys as possible and smiling at you en

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Premier League 2016/17 preview

The wait is almost over. The new Premier League season is upon us and what a season it promises to be. From Pep to Zlatan and everything in between, 2016/17 has the potential to be the best year of English

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Do world class managers guarantee success?

So Euro 2016 has ended and all eyes will now be cast keenly back to the upcoming Premier League campaign. In a tournament that may not go down as one of the most exhilarating, one thing was an ever-present –

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My experience at Euro 2016

It is perhaps only an England fan who can so easily draw parallels between the buckling of a collapsible stool in an Airbnb apartment under the weight of a friend’s (over)zealous patriotism, and his team’s own collapsible defen

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An interested American: A brief look at the rich history of Preston North End

Young football fans are accustomed to seeing any bar or pub full of Arsenal supporters, and really all you hear about is their unbeatable ‘Invincibles’ season. It’s like they are a broken record. For arguments sake, I’ve met a l

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Euro 2016 last 16 draw: My prediction

It took two searches of my socks and three of my bag to enter the Parc des Princes under the watchful scope of a French sniper – the sobering reality of Euro (and increasingly global) angst that has blanketed this

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Euro 2016: Players to look out for in Group F

With the Euros under way and with many players not only looking to perform well for their nation, but also catch the eye of a few potential suitors and make a name for themselves, I thought I’d pick out the

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Euro 2016: Players to look out for in Group E

With the Euros under way and with many players not only looking to perform well for their nation, but also catch the eye of a few potential suitors and make a name for themselves, I thought I’d pick out the

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Euro 2016: Players to look out for in Group D

With the Euros under way and with many players not only looking to perform well for their nation, but also catch the eye of a few potential suitors and make a name for themselves, I thought I’d pick out the

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Euro 2016: Players to look out for in Group C

With the Euros fast approaching and with many players not only looking to perform well for their nation, but also catch the eye of a few potential suitors and make a name for themselves, I thought I’d pick out the

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Euro 2016: Players to look out for in Group B

With the Euros fast approaching and with many players not only looking to perform well for their nation, but also catch the eye of a few potential suitors and make a name for themselves, I thought I’d pick out the

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Euro 2016: Players to look out for in Group A

With the Euros fast approaching and with many players not only looking to perform well for their nation, but also catch the eye of a few potential suitors and make a name for themselves, I thought I’d pick out the

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Euro 2016 draws closer as teams touch down in France

With the much anticipated Euro 2016 tournament finally set to kick off this week, with hosts France taking on Romania in the opening fixture, teams having started to arrive in France with the possibility of filling their hotel s