Manchester City look set to swoop for another big name in the shape of Edin Dzeko, and Markus Jensen asks whether the ‘noisy neighbours’ are knocking loudly on the door of the title contenders.
Posts Tagged ‘Carlos Tevez’
The Carlos Tevez saga is in full swing with the Argentine set to leave Eastlands, and Eliot Prince takes a look at his chequered past, present and future.
In his first article for Back Page Football, Dominic Pollard discusses the player feuds and public clashes that have been emitting out of Manchester City in recent weeks.
Manchester City picked up their third win in a row over Chelsea on Saturday, and Callum Tyler looks at where Roberto Mancini’s side need to go from here.
After almost ten months of sleepless nights and tough decisions, the final week of the 2009/10 Fantasy Football season is finally upon us. So here we are – Gameweek 38. It’s been a long season, both fun and frustrating in equal measures, but would you really have it any other way? Ruining Football has consumed […]
There is a massive selection headache for Ruining Football with the double gameweek for four teams heavily influencing the starting eleven. Another week, another gamble. The subject of this week’s shot in the dark is the returning Aaron Lennon with Tottenham having two massive games that will define their season. The pacy winger has been […]
The annual PFA award nominations were announced this week, and were again showing a distinct lack of originality and imagination, further questioning the integrity of both the Player of The Year gong and its little brother, the Young Player of The Year. After Ryan Giggs was honoured as the player of the 2008/09 campaign, despite […]
With only a few week gameweeks left, Ruining Football have gambled with the captaincy this week with Carlos Tevez getting the armband in a decision that could go either way. At first glance, Carlos Tevez as captain seems like a no brainer. City are at home, banging in goals for fun, and the Argentine has […]
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 Manchester Derby takes place tomorrow and BackPageFootball writers Neil Sherwin and Ed Diggins preview the big game. Representing the blue half of Manchester, Neil Sherwin rates his side’s chances of beating their bitter rivals. The derby is always a massive, massive game but for years I dreaded it as it represented yet another chance […]