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Chelsea To Pip Manchester United To The Title – 2011/2012 Premier League Preview

It's been a strange summer. Given that last season saw the Premier League's top teams treat first place like a hot potato, and given...

Another Disappointing Season For Tottenham?

Tottenham managed to reach the quarterfinals in their debut run in the UEFA Champions League last season but they will have to do with...

Are Manchester United Good Enough For The 20th League Title?

The 19-time champions of England, Manchester United will now be looking to avenge their defeat of the UEFA Champions League final twice in three...

Manchester City can’t stop Manchester United or Chelsea

It will definitely be a busy season for Manchester City - and a welcome one too. They earned their spot in the top four...

Liverpool Plot Return To Champions League

A disappointing 6th place finish will let Liverpool concentrate on their English Premier League stint. They will be hoping to make it even with...

Can Chelsea Topple Manchester United?

Even though Chelsea failed to put pressure on Manchester United towards the end of last season for the title. Chances are that they will...

Can Arsenal Survive In The Top Four?

Displaced by Manchester City last season and not able to sign the players they need yet. Arsenal are looking towards another disappointing season unless...

Sam Allardyce Is Right To Denounce Margaret Thatcher – For The Wrong Reason

Football managers have a knack for esoteric statements. Often, the profundity of these comments is completely unintentional; nevertheless, if we're willing to trawl through...

André Villas Boas: Chelsea’s Mourinho Rebound

It's as though José Mourinho never left. Though comparisons between Chelsea's new Portuguese manager and his mentor are rife to the point of becoming...

The English Conundrum: Why Social Attitudes Hold Back England’s Tactical Evolution

England versus Switzerland. ITV's typical attempts to wrench a piece of excitement from a fixture which promised as little entertainment as one could ever...

The Champions’ League Final: Five Things We Learned

Five Things we learned from Barcelona's 3-1 trouncing of Manchester United: 1. It's definitely now time for Sir Alex Ferguson to trust his younger players Paul...

Missed Opportunity: Manchester United Refuse to Abandon Old Principles and the Barcelona Myth Rolls...

The biggest reason why this past decade or so will be remembered as that of the Galacticos of Madrid giving way to the 'pure' ingenuity of Barcelona and not as Manchester United's great European era is actually rather a small section of grass, no more than ten square metres. But it's this little section of the pitch where the great players of the past ten years have most enjoyed playing which has hurt United time and again, whether it's been Messi, Kaká or even Zidane.