Ciaran Kelly ponders what comes next for the Republic of Ireland when Giovanni Trapattoni’s tenure comes to an end.
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Joe Cawley looks at Owen Coyle, now without a job after being given the boot by Bolton Wanderers.
Ciaran Kelly takes a look at Chelsea young gun Daniel Sturridge whose progress could be crucial to the Enlish national team.
Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
Ciaran Kelly takes an in depth look at an important decade ahead for Irish international football.
In one of the many surprises seen in the Premier League so far this season, Bolton Wanderers are hot on the heels of the big guns, and Neil Sherwin looks at the effect Owen Coyle has had on the club.
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 [...]
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 [...]
1991. Arsenal are crowned champions of England; John Major was the Prime Minister; Federico Macheda was born; and Graham Alexander made his football league debut. Since then, via Scunthorpe, Luton and Preston, Burnley’s Mr. Dependable has at last reached his destination. The Premier League. At 38 years old Alexander, known to his team mates as [...]