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10 Reasons Why Tony Pulis Should Win Manager Of The Year

It’s been a roller coaster ride of a Premier League season, with a number of shocks and surprises along the way.

This season is delivering what is arguably the most competitive title race and the most compelling relegation scrap in the League’s history. 1,183 more words


Riding High In April, Shot Down In May - Corazon 010

If there’s a song lyric I’d like to attach to Liverpool’s season that would be it. This weekend, is the make or break round of fixtures and has a big say in which end of the A580 the Premiership title ends at on May 10th. 799 more words


Twists and turns in the relegation dogfight

FAR away from the banner headlines charting David Moyes’s sacking and Jose Mourinho’s latest sulk, the teams more concerned with losing their place in the world’s most lucrative league are providing plenty of drama. 385 more words


Aston Villa vs Southampton 19/4/14.

So if you didn’t already know I’m a big Aston Villa fan and every year me and my Dad travel up to Birmingham to Villa Park to watch the mighty Villa play, so this year it would Southampton that we were against. 839 more words

Welcome to my blog

I am an aspiring Sports Journalist with out the academic ability to actually go and do it. This blog is going to be completely football. I, myself am a Crystal Palace supporter and will be reporting on much of the action in the Barclays Premier League and English football as a whole and occasionally the other major leagues around the world (La Liga, Bundesliga, Ligue 1, Serie A, MLS and others). 63 more words


TalkSPORT Claim Bolasie Could Leave This Summer

TalkSPORT are reporting that Yannick Bolasie could be on his way out of Selhurst Park this summer, with just one year remaining on his current contract and talks over a new deal supposedly stalling. 262 more words

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We want information - information . . .

Just a quick update to report that next week I’m going to be appearing as a panellist at the inaugural debate of The Information Project… 132 more words

So Long, Shakespeare