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Will Blackpool finish above Liverpool in the Premier League this season?

Chelsea, 9 points behind Manchester United, have stopped talking about defending their title and are focusing on winning their next game and ensuring Champions...

The Round-Up: Arshavin Eyes Up The Old Lady

As well as faltering 'keeper Manuel Almunia, there is growing speculation that hideously out-of-form Russian forward Andrei Arshavin may be leaving Arsenal in the January window - with the player's agent telling all-and-sundry that Serie A giants Juventus are keen on signing his client.

The Round-Up: Will Ancelotti Be Out For A Duck In January?

Having staved off Roman's wrath for the time being with a thumping 7-0 victory over rudderless Ipswich at the weekend, Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti is apparently about to be handed the necessary funds to finally land AC Milan starlet Alexandre Pato before the January transfer window ebbs to a close in three weeks' time.

Premier League Transfer Preview: January 2011

With the transfer window now ready and open for business Soccerlens looks at the possible comings and goings of all twenty Premier League clubs. Arsenal Manager...

Winter Weather Proves That Premier League Should Put Fans First at Christmas

Last weekend snowy weather conditions played havoc with the Premier League fixture list, next week will probably be similar. The recent inclement...

Premier League Sack Race: Odds For Every Manager

Who will be the next manager to get the sack in the English Premier League? Are Avram Grant’s days numbered? Does Wenger have...

Football Managers Are Hypocrites

Rarely a week goes by where we don't get some manager, player, or chief executive spouting off to the press about some vapid...

Fergie Time: Didier Drogba’s Malaria Proves That Nobody Knows Anything

Welcome to Fergie Time, a roundup/newsletter type deal that delivers news, opinion and links directly to your screen. As the name suggests, there will...

Let Holloway manage as he sees fit; it worked for McCarthy

Ian Holloway's impassioned defence of his team selection for the game with Aston Villa is reminiscent of Mick McCarthy's staunch belief that he was right to do the same thing versus Manchester United last year. Both managers should have the right to manage as they see fit and at the end of the year be accountable for their decisions

Is Ian Holloway Unravelling Before Our Eyes?

'Twas only a little over nine months ago that Wolverhampton Wanderers were handed a suspended £25,000 fine by the Premier League board for fielding...

10 Unsung Fantasy Football Heroes of the Premier League

We recently listed the best performing fantasy players in the Soccerlens Fantasy Football Game, and the top 10 featured a lot of familiar faces....

Do Liverpool Need A Taste Of Newcastle’s Bitter Medicine?

With his side slowly withering under the spotlight, Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson was forced into a bleak assessment of the situation in which the...