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January's Top 10 Transfer Targets

January’s Top 10 Transfer Targets

Marouane Chamakh – Top of Arsene Wenger’s objectives this January has got to be improving his forward options, and his number one target must be Bordeaux and Morocco striker Marouane Chamakh. The two have been linked in the past, but with Arsenal’s shortage of striking options and height at the top of the field, Wenger […]

Ashley's Flying High

Ashley’s Flying High

£4.50 an hour. That is what the new Wales captain, Ashley Williams, was earning, as a waiter just six years ago while he plied his trade part-time for Hednesford Town. Nowadays, things are a bit more comfortable for Ashley. The Wolverhampton-born Welshman was, this week, named both Wales’ Player of the Year for 2009, and […]

The Week in Football #9

The Week in Football #9

Another eclectic mix of footballing history for you this week, as we take in the birth of Serie A, an all-time great running for public office, the end of an era for England, a troublesome sandwich and some textbook Gazza. October 5 Jock Stein, the man who achieved one of British football’s finest feats, Celtic’s […]

He's never boring, is Bellamy

He’s never boring, is Bellamy

Is it just a matter of being at the wrong place at the wrong time for Bellamy, or does it seem after every corner he walks into trouble? There was unwanted media attention on him and Liverpool after his bust-up with John Arne Riise ahead of their Champions League tie with Barcelona in 2007. He’s […]