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James Dixon takes a look back at the First Division table of November 1986 when Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United were languishing towards the bottom of the table.
James Dixon looks at a small but possibly significant shift in the voting powers of each of FIFA’s confederations.
Steve Sidwell’s experience moving to Chelsea should be a somewhat cautionary tale for Charlie Adam, writes James Dixon.
Recent seasons have told us to expect a big drop off in performance from the side promoted through the playoffs and it normally starts about now, writes James Dixon.
The debate over introducing video technology into football is one of the game’s more long standing issues, and James Dixon looks at the reasons for FIFA failing to make what seems like an obvious and straight forward change.
Welcome James Dixon, as he discusses Kenny Dalglish’s managerial tenures throughout English football and the impact he has made in the transfer market, including a look at the players who joined Liverpool before the Hillsborough disaster which some suggest was the reason Dalglish left his position, and after that day.