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What can Nigel Pearson bring to Aston Villa?

David Moyes has ruled himself out of the running for the vacant manager’s role at Aston Villa. It is believed that Moyes contacted the club himself to say that he would not be taking on the challenge at Villa Park.

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Vinnie Jones: Captain of Wales

A look of pure aggression on his face, with his hand firmly cupping Gazza’s balls, who in turn has a look of sheer shock and fear on his face. This is the picture that springs to mind when thinking of

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When Zico’s Flamengo downed Liverpool

For the football supporting youth of the world, Liverpool is just a club that tells you about it’s history, but very few millennials know what has actually occurred. Bloody young’uns, eh? Who can blame them though, really, bu

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Euro 2016: The best team you’ve never seen

So that’s it, the season’s over and what a season it’s been. Fortunately, the excitement doesn’t end here for the summer. Fans up and down the Continent can now cast their eyes towards France and the prospect of this y

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Betting on the Asian Champions League

Like everywhere else in the world, football is very popular in Asia. Asia has the most populous of the six FIFA confederations, with Asia making up a full half of all footballers, all over the world. In the AFC, there

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The problem with Hearts fans…

You know that “My Super Sweet 16” show, where a kid with a bizarre sense of entitlement makes outrageous demands and kicks up a stink when Puff Daddy won’t jump out a birthday cake and give them a rimjob –

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Herbert Chapman: The man who transformed Huddersfield Town

What if I told you that Manchester United, Arsenal and Liverpool weren’t the first clubs to have a trophy run? What if I told you that it was a club that most people outside of the town don’t speak of?

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Five things we learned from the weekend’s football

First up is Leicester City, the champions of England (and the world). Unfortunately I put my money in the wrong place last summer. Who wouldn’t bet on Kim Kardashian becoming president over Leicester winning the leag

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How can Conte sort out Chelsea?

Remember that old saying – what falls faster, a bowling ball or a feather? Well it turns out that the correct answer to that question is Chelsea Football Club, whose fall from grace this season has been spectacular. Des

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Barcelona’s April fall

Spring has well and truly rained on the Barcelona parade and the abundant 38-game unbeaten streak has withered to three consecutive league defeats for the first time since 2003 and a quarter-final exit from a Champion

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Newcastle United: A team of professional slackers

Newcastle United are heading into the Championship. After Saturday’s 3-2 defeat at Norwich, it’s sadly inevitable, although plenty would argue it was coming way before that result and, personally, I tend to agree. So what e

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China: Super League or superficial?

The Chinese Super League, or the CSL as it’s known, was formed in 2004 as part of a scheme to rebrand Chinese football away from the original Jia-A League. The idea was to put in place a sustainable structure that

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Poor sod: Newcastle fan holding Rafa Benitez banner takes fall

Being a Newcastle fan must be incredibly tough at the moment. So much so, that any glimmer of hope is welcomed with open arms as the harsh reality of playing Championship football next season could well be materialis

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Get it up the park: The Scottish top flight so far

Usually at this point in the season, Scottish football is in the same, easy to predict position; Celtic/Rangers racing clear at the top of the table, Celtic/Rangers in the League Cup final, Celtic/Rangers e

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Why success for Gary Neville could help decide Manchester United’s managerial dilemma

It seems like every week Louis Van Gaal faces a ‘win or lose your job game’ and he should have been sacked about ten times by now if the media were correct in their assumptions. With this in mind and