Matthew Blackburn recounts the event that took place at White Hart Lane two years ago
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David Harrison discusses the current football situation in Iceland.
Willie Gannon rounds up a busy weekend of Premier League action.
In part two of our January transfer window lowdown, Ian Smales of Good Old Football goes from Bolton Wanderers through to Liverpool and speculates on who might go where this January.
Barry McEvoy is here with some betting tips for the few surviving Premier League games this weekend.
This will be Owen Coyle’s first full season at Bolton after taking over from the sacked Gary Megson midway through last season. After a brief bedding in period where form didn’t pick up after the much unloved Megson reign, Coyle has lifted the Trotters but it remains to be seen whether that can spill over […]
So it’s the penultimate weekend of the Premier League season and the title is still up for grabs. As the season draws to a close, predictions become astronomically difficult but this weekend I have included a special accumulator gamble at 25/1. Liverpool v Chelsea On Sunday Chelsea travel to Anfield to take on Liverpool in […]
On a weekend where the first silverware of the season is set to be handed out, all eyes would be expected to be focused on Wembley on Sunday afternoon when Manchester United and Aston Villa square up in the Carling Cup decider. Instead early on Saturday, the eyes of the footballing world will be gazing […]
As the lead at the top narrows, Everton will look to do Manchester Utd a favour as they travel to Stamford Bridge, and Utd host Aston Villa at Old Trafford. Arsenal could drop out of the top four by the end of the weekend if they fail in their trip to Merseyside against a bolstered […]
Manchester City came from a goal down to beat league leaders Chelsea at Eastlands, allowing Manchester United to close the gap at the top of the Premier League. Carlo Ancelotti’s side had taken an early lead at the City of Manchester Stadium after an unfortunate own goal by Emmanuel Adebayor, but were undone by a […]