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Premier League Nearing Return Behind Closed Doors

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The Premier League is eyeing up a return to action in the near future with discussions continuing with UK rights holders about how to broadcast the league’s remaining fixtures. The season was suspended in March due to the global COVID-19 pandemic, however, it is hoped that games could get back underway in June, though they would take place behind closed …

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Name The Arsenal XI From Their Famous 2004 Premier League Victory

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On this day 16 years ago, Arsenal regained the Premier League trophy following a 2-2 draw with arch-rivals Tottenham at White Heart Lane.  The ‘Invincibles’ lifted the trophy following a spotless season with zero defeats. Over the 38 games they played, Arsenal’s Premier League record stood at 26 wins, 12 draws and 0 losses. Their form was not as consistent …

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Joey Barton Gives Explosive Interview Detailing Time At Rangers

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Joey Barton has given a detailed insight into his short spell at Rangers and the problems he encountered while contracted to the Scottish giants. In an explosive interview with the Football CFP podcast, the former Rangers midfielder spoke of the difficulties coming to a club in a middle of a rebuilding phase while also giving an insight into his first, …

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Wayne Rooney & Roy Keane On X-Factor Argument

Roy Keane was coming towards the end of his Manchester United career when the Red Devils signed promising English striker Wayne Rooney from Everton in August 2004. Rooney would go on to stay at Old Trafford for 13 years becoming the club’s record scorer, while Keane in the latter stages of his playing career, moved to Celtic in December 2005 …

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“I Wouldn’t Take A Pay Cut From Any Of The Big Clubs”

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Roy Keane has addressed the criticism of Premier League players in some quarters over the issue of pay cuts due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and sporting shutdown. In Britain, there have been calls from some for Premier League players to take significant pay cuts or wage deferrals to help clubs get through the shutdown caused by the spread and …

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FAI Consider Streaming League Of Ireland Games Behind Paywall

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The FAI are pondering the idea of streaming League of Ireland matches behind a paywall, according to interim deputy chief executive Niall Quinn. The League of Ireland has been at a standstill since mid-March due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Earlier this week, the Irish government ruled that any gathering of a crowd of 5,000 or more people would not …

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TG4 To Roll Out World Cup Golden Moments In New Series

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TG4 has announced that the station will be screening classic soccer matches from the archive beginning with the 1990 FIFA World Cup. The first match in the series will be broadcast on TG4 on Friday 1st May at 7.30pm and will feature the Republic of Ireland v England from the Italia ’90 World Cup. Viewers will be able to take …

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Robbie Keane Reveals He’s Taken Advice From World Cup Winning Coach

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Robbie Keane has revealed that he still harbours hopes of moving into management but admitted he is no rush to jump straight in.  The Republic of Ireland’s record goalscorer is currently at Championship side, Middlesborough, where he is the assistant to Jonathon Woodgate, However, Keane won’t be part of the Ireland coaching team going forward following the appointment of Stephen …

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Robbie Keane Explains Origins Of Famous Cartwheel Celebration

Former Ireland striker Robbie Keane has outlined the origins of his famous cartwheel celebration but said that he cringes every time he sees himself doing it. Keane scored a copious amount of goals during his career for both club and country, finding the net for the likes of Tottenham, Celtic and LA Galaxy. The striker became synonymous with the cartwheel …

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Newcastle United Reportedly Target Mauricio Pochettino To Be Club’s New Manager

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Newcastle United’s prospective new owners have reportedly targetted Mauricio Pochettino to take over as the club’s new manager. The Magpies on the verge of being sold by Mike Ashley to a Saudi-back consortium. Should the deal go through, Newcastle’s owners will be the wealthiest in world football. The Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia is worth an estimated €294 billion …

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