Archive for September, 2009

Keane gets board backing as slump continues 0

Keane gets board backing as slump continues

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Under fire Ipswich Town manager Roy Keane has today been given the club’s backing despite an horrendous start to the season that has seen them pick up just five points from their opening ten  games, leaving them rooted to the bottom of the Championship. When asked to comment on the situation, chief executive Simon Clegg […]

Barca and Real continue impressive form 0

Barca and Real continue impressive form

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There seems to be no seperating Barcelona and Real Madrid at the moment as both sides continued their 100% start to the season, the title contenders are not wasting any time and the title race is firmly on as Real look to show their major summer spending spree can be backed up with success. Saturday […]

The Week in Football #8 0

The Week in Football #8

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Time for our weekly trawl through the history books, as we look at some memorable debuts, comebacks and farewells and one of the worst dives football has ever seen. September 28 After a summer nursing his metatarsal following his breakthrough performances in the European Championships, Wayne Rooney made his Manchester United debut today in 2004. […]

This week's Premier League action 0

This week’s Premier League action

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Fulham and Arsenal clash in a London derby, Manchester Utd and Chelsea both face away trips, Spurs clash with Burnley at the Lane and Liverpool host Hull at Anfield. Saturday, 26th September Portsmouth v Everton, 12:45 kick-off Everton have picked up on their poor early form with two consecutive wins, and they host Portsmouth who […]

Barry hitting Fantasy form 0

Barry hitting Fantasy form

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Ruining Football continue to creep up the Fantasy Football ladder after another good week of points scoring, with Manchester City midfielder Gareth Barry starting to hit form. Many Mancheser City fans see Gareth Barry as their most important signing of the summer, and the England international is starting to prove his worth with two goals […]

Ireland ok after hospital visit 0

Ireland ok after hospital visit

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Manchester City midfielder Stephen Ireland has been given the all clear after being taken to hospital following his side’s Carling Cup win over Fulham last night. The club’s current Player of the Year was substituted after 75 minutes of the game after complaining of dizziness. Ireland, 23, underwent tests following his hospital admission but no […]

Top 10 Premier League Signings 2

Top 10 Premier League Signings

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With just over a month of Premier League action behind us, which of this summer’s new signings have impressed the most? BPF looks at ten of the best transfers, including Arsenal’s sterling £10million centre half , Liverpool’s flying wing back and Sunderland’s new star striker. Thomas Vermaelen │ Arsenal The big Belgian defender has become […]

Moments of Magic #9 - Dwayne De Rosario 0

Moments of Magic #9 – Dwayne De Rosario

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This week Moments of Magic heads to the United States and looks at the MLS Goal of the Year from 2005, courtesy of Dwayne De Rosario. #9 Dwayne De Rosario v LA Galaxy, 2005 The MLS produces its fair share of wonder strikes, and a name that crops up quite often is that of Dwayne […]