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VIDEO: Sam Allardyce Has Revealed Manchester United Dream

Back in January, West Ham were still in the conversation for a top four finish. Things have slightly fallen apart since but the London side are still on course for a top half finish. Despite a reasonably successful season, Sam Allardyce is rumoured to be on the chopping block this summer. If Big Sam does indeed get the sack, there will certainly be …

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Unbelievable Jeff! Super Fan Andy Tate Meets Jeff Stelling

Unbelievably Andy! Sorry… Jeff. We meant Jeff.  Andy Tate is living the life of Riley. After falling into internet stardom courtesy of his “you are a fool” rant at David Moyes, the Manchester United man has been on a roller coaster publicity ride as everyone seems to want a piece of The Red Devils fan. In the clip below, Tate …

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Stats Don’t Lie: Charlie Austin vs Harry Kane

We compare the statistics of two of the Premier League’s hottest strikers this season. All the fanfare has seemed to follow Tottenham’s Harry Kane, but just how far behind is the QPR man? It’s been a whirlwind season for young English striker Harry Kane and an international call up has rightly followed in line with his exceptional form. With 19 …

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The Players That Could Transform Liverpool’s 2015/16 Season

Liverpool spent wrong in the summer and have paid the price. If they want to avoid that fate this time, experience is the answer.    The current Liverpool side are talented but have very little experience amongst them which showed especially when they played Arsenal who have World Cup winners such as Ozil and Mertesacker and world class talent such …

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Premier League Heroes: Everton’s Tim Cahill

Tim Cahill become one of the most high profile Australian footballers of all time during his eight seasons at Everton. The attacking midfielder was known for getting stuck in, his incredible heading ability, pace, vision, skill and loved to score important goals at crucial moments. Tim Cahill was born on the 6th of December 1979 in Sydney, Australia and began …

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VIDEO: Irish Couple Play Keepie Uppies Around The World

This is clever. Pundit likes this.  In this day and age, it seems people are always looking for unique and original ways to capture their jet setting adventures on camera. Irish couple Amy O’Flynn and Joseph O’Regan have put their own spin on things and they’ve absolutely nailed it. While holidaying in South America, the Cork couple gave football fans …

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Rant Of The Week: Man City’s Capitulation Is Inexcusable

Manchester City’s capitulation, as the season has worn on, reached a new degree of concern last night with a 2-1 loss away to Crystal Palace. Another poor result away from home, something which has come to define the Citizens’ second half of the season thus far. Up until the beginning of the new year, City were perched nicely below Chelsea, with …

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Five Footballing Enemies Of Louis van Gaal

A tactical mastermind or an egotistical, abrasive character; you decide what sort of manager Louis van Gaal is. However, here we provide evidence that he has built up quite a number of enemies and denouncers down through the years. 5. Johan Cruyff One of Europe’s most renowned players and managers, Cruyff is the first in our list of players and/or managers who have …

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Ten Thoughts: Higgledy-Piggledy Sterling & An Arsenal Charge

After a telling Easter weekend in the Barclay’s Premier League, John Murphy takes on this week’s Ten Thoughts. Apparently, Raheem Sterling has been a bit ‘higgledy-piggledy’. Ander Herrera As the signings reigned into Old Trafford in the summer, few focused on the small Spaniard as the potential difference maker for the season ahead. With the likes of Radamel Falcao and Angel …

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Watch: Is This Back-Heel The Cheekiest Finish Of All-Time?

Evidently, even the lower leagues in Brazil produce outstanding skill from time to time, with this wondrous back-heel deceiving both goalkeeper and defender. Flavio Carneiro was the man behind what has to be one of the cheekiest finishes we’ve ever witnessed, in a game between Soccorrense and Confianca. Check out his audacious finish below.

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Wesley Sneijder Must Feel Like A Bloody Demi-God

Of all the benefits to playing professional football, is this the most underrated and greatest? Wesley Sneijder took on the role of orchestral conductor as he controls the chants of the Galatasaray faithful. This came after an equally god-like performance that bagged him two goals against Karabükspor.   

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LEAKED: New Puma Arsenal Kits Revealed

After what was a nice start to Arsenal’s Puma partnership, it looks like the German sports company have gone a little bit off track with next season’s design. After winning seven of their last league fixtures on the trot, Arsenal fans will surely not be too concerned about a slightly gaudy looking kit for next season. Currently sitting second in …

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Lack Of CL Football Won’t Just Affect Liverpool’s Reputation

The cost of Liverpool failing to make the Champions League next season would not just affect the Reds’ appeal for potential new signings but it would also make a significant financial dent, which could have negative consequences down the line. Brendan Rodgers has, this week, stated that it will become more difficult to attract players to Merseyside, should Liverpool not make their way back …

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5 Players You Forgot Won The PL With Manchester United

There has been many famous servants throughout Manchester United’s successful Premier League history, but here we look back at some of the lesser-known stars from Alex Ferguson’s many successful sides down through the years.  Luke Chadwick (2000-01) Chadwick, in an ironic twist of faith, played against United this season with his current club Cambridge United in the FA Cup. The Abbey Stadium …

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Does Raheem Sterling Really Have Anywhere To Go?

Following his ‘rogue’ BBC interview, he’s been linked with direct rivals Arsenal and arch enemies, Manchester United. But where could Raheem Sterling really go, if anywhere at all?  As we now all know Raheem Sterling was discussing his contract last week, much to the annoyance of Brendan Rodgers and the Fenway Sports Group. In the aftermath of his ‘rogue’ interview …

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So, How Good Do You Have To Be To Play In Premier league?

Well obviously you need to be good. But how much of the population do you need to be better than to play in the Premier League? One Redditor works it out.   Reddit user U/Martian_Stole_My_Leg shows just how good you need to be to play in the Premier League. The results? Depressing. So in summary, you need to be better than 99.999% …

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