Ciaran Kelly looks at the weird and wonderful career of former Lazio and England boss Sven-Göran Eriksson.
Posts Tagged ‘Paul Scholes’
After another trophyless season at the Emirates, this summer and the 2011/12 campaign will define Arsene Wenger’s tenure at the club writes Ciaran Kelly.
Neil O’Hara shares his thoughts on the growing influence of diving in the modern game.
The popular One 2 Watch series returns with a look at the latest great hope for Manchester United.
Peter Rosseli praises Premier League football’s quiet maestro Paul Scholes after his dazzling performance on Monday evening.
What a day. In a season that will be remembered for its seemingly endless series of surprises, today’s action went over and above anything that has come before it. With the races for first and fourth place in grave danger of being put to rest, wins for Manchester United courtesy of a 93rd minute header [...]
What a week of football. We could have done without Messi’s fourth goal which scuppered a very promising punt on a 3-1 win for Barcelona. But if a bet is to be ruined, an outstanding performance by the greatest player of our generation is just about the best consolation. This weekend we have six Premier [...]
So, after getting three out of three correct scores in my first ever installment of back page tips, and having hopefully won some people a bit of extra money over the Easter weekend, I have inadvertently created an alarming precedent. I am not a machine, nor am I a genius, and unfortunately (as someone asked [...]
Manchester United take three vital away goals back to Old Trafford with them following victory in the San Siro tonight. A late goal from Clarence Seedorf will have given AC Milan a lifeline but the Premier League champions definitely hold pole position in the tie and will be firm favourites to proceed into the quarter [...]