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Villains XI – A Team Of Players That Have Broken Irish Hearts

Thankfully, John O’Shea’s fairytale equaliser prevented Ireland’s latest footballing villain from deciding the outcome of last night’s match. However, we have a history of villains popping up to break our hearts so here’s a team of players who have caused Irish fans untold suffering over the years.   Goalkeeper Dudu Aouate – Israel The ultimate pantomime villain, Aouate is the …

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Manchester City Striker Breaks Premier League Record


Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has broken the record for the best goals-per-minute ratio in the history of the Premier League.  An article by the Manchester Evening  News shows that Aguero has the best strike rate on a minute-by-minute basis with a goal being scored by the Argentine every 114 minutes over his City career spanning three years. The facts …

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Arsenal News: Wenger Targeted Birmingham Reject

In today’s Arsenal news, goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has warned new signing David Ospina to expect to spend some time on the bench, and reports suggest Arsene Wenger made a move for Nikola Zigic during the transfer window. Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczesny has not exactly welcomed new employee David Ospina to Emirates with open arms telling him in no uncertain terms that the …

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PL Heroes: Arsenal Legend Dennis Bergkamp

This week’s Premier League hero is undoubtedly the greatest technical player ot ever grace the Premier League, Arsenal legend Dennis Bergkamp. Dennis Bergkamp is one of the most exciting and highly skilled players to ever put on an Arsenal shirt. As a youngster, Bergkamp was part of the youth system at Ajax in his native Netherlands where he learned the philosophy of …

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Arsenal Have A New Speedster Coming Through Their Ranks

In a recent Q&A with Arsenal fans Theo Walcott who is renowned for his blistering pace revealed that his 40m sprint record had been broken by rookie Spanish full back math who has yet to feature for the Gunners first team in the Premier League. Walcott was asked in Q&A with fans who would win in a sprint between himself and …

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Premier League Heroes: Thierry Henry

This week’s Premier League hero needs no introduction. Sarah Fitzpatrick discusses the career of Arsenal legend, Thierry Henry. Last week we saw Arsenal lose a meaningless pre-season fixture against New York Red Bull but what was more interesting was seeing Arsenal face off against one of their legendary players and his new club. Thierry Henry played a part in the …

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TBT: Senegal shock France in World Cup opener

The 2002 World Cup had its lift-off in spectacular fashion. As Senegal’s incredulous players danced around the pitch to greet their victory, the reigning world and European champions trooped off knowing that their aura of invincibility had been shattered. At the time, it was too early to suggest that France’s title defence was in tatters – but the order, involving …

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Five Things We Won’t Miss From The Last World Cup

World Cup nostalgia is in the air and today we look at the five things from the previous World Cup that we definitely won’t be nostalgic about. 5. The Jabulani Never in the history of the World Cup has the quality of a ball been such a talking point. Countless players and coaches came out against the ball. Casillas described …

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