Andy Carroll finally found the net against Everton after a barren spell, and Ciaran Kelly believes this is the biggest season yet for England’s potential number 9.
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Ciaran Kelly delves deep into the character of one of football’s most currently talked about men.
Ciaran Kelly breaks down the England national side and looks ahead to what could be a bright future for ‘them across the water’.
Fabio Capello’s latest England squad has turned up a bit of a surprise with the inclusion of Kevin Davies. Neil Sherwin looks closer at the Bolton Wanderers captain and his call up.
Tyrone Marshall looks at the money game and how fans aren’t getting much bang for their buck.
A Carlos Tevez-inspired Manchester City have moved into the top four in the Premiership after an accomplished win over Blackburn Rovers at the City of Manchester Stadium tonight. An early strike from the Argentine striker set City on their way,and he bagged his second with less than five minutes gone in the second half, curling [...]
Blackburn Rovers have confirmed that three players and two members of staff have been diagnosed with swine flu. Christopher Samba and David Dunn both missed the 5-0 defeat at the hands of Chelsea on Saturday due to illness, although the club did not say which players had been struck down with the virus. Rovers take [...]
This week’s trip down memory lane sees the invention of the penalty kick, the first-ever televised match and the passing of one of the game’s all-time greats. September 14 The humble penalty kick: scourge of England, masterminded by Germany, invented by an Irishman and first seen today in 1891. In order to stop the excessive [...]