Brendan Sheils discusses the chances of Leicester City, Burnley and QPR surviving in the Premier League this season.
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Ryan Kelly looks at a problem that is all too common for League of Ireland clubs when selling their better players.
Burnely midfielder Graham Alexander reached a remarkable milestone at the weekend and at 39 is showing no signs of slowing down.
David Hall previews this season’s npower Championship, which is set to be one of the most competitive ever with 17 of the 24 side having played in the Premier League previously. (1/4)
Every year the Premier League turns up it’s fair share of randomers, and Neil Sherwin looks at those who made a positive impact during the 2009/10 season. 1. Brian Jensen (Burnley) ‘The Beast’, as he is affectionately known, may have conceded more goals than any other goalkeeper this season (73 in the league) but it […]
As we draw closer to the end of the season the Premiership matches are becoming more difficult to predict. This weekend sees a full fixture list with seven matches played on Saturday, two on Sunday and one on Monday evening. There are some absolute crackers taking place and I am going to highlight where the […]
The weekly preview returns this week with a mouth watering clash between arch rivals Arsenal and Manchester Utd, Chelsea who travel to Turf Moor and the KC Stadium, and Liverpool who will try to continue their recent improvement in form against Bolton. Arsenal returned to the summit of the Premier League for a brief period […]
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 […]
After two weeks of controversial World Cup Qualifiers and horse placenta injections we’re back to the Premier League grindstone as Liverpool kick off the weekend against Man City, United play Everton and Sunderland host Arsenal. Liverpool v Manchester City 12:45, Anfield With just one win in their last five, Liverpool host Man City at Anfield […]