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Post-game: Central Coast Mariners v Sydney FC

It feels good to win again! I almost forgot what that felt like. To do it in that fashion for Graham Arnold after the week he’s had to put up with and the disrespect shown to him from management at Central Coast just makes it all the more sweet. 410 more words

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Post-game: South Coast Wolves v Sydney FC

Behind closed doors friendly, WIN Stadium Wollongong:

South Coast Wolves 0 – Sydney FC 4 (Dimitrijevic, Blackwood 2, Naumoff)




Thank you to the South Coast Wolves for this selection of photos. 191 more words

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Chelsea dominate as Southampton Fly High

Chelsea were too strong for Swansea City as Mourinho’s Blues ran rampant over the Welsh side defeating them 5-0!

Chelsea too strong for Swanasea City winning 5-0… 1,009 more words

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Liverpool march on to Victory, while Fellaini helps United

Liverpool have now made it four wins from the last six matches. Rodgers has finally found a formula that is working for the Reds after they lost Suarez. 432 more words

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Post-match: Derby County vs Nottingham Forest

In the opening weeks of the season, the reverse fixture of this East Midlands derby was a potential promotion battle. However, fast-forward four months, and whilst Derby are still at the top battling for a place in the Premier League next season, Forest’s push has since fallen away in devastating fashion. 3,042 more words

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Post-match: Preston North End vs Leyton Orient

If times weren’t already tough enough at Leyton Orient, they faced a trip to high-flyers Preston tonight with an incredible¬†ten¬†players unavailable through injury. Dean Cox’s hip injury is the latest set back, one which prevented him from training all week, so he joins goalkeeper Adam Legzdins, defenders Elliot Omozusi and Romain Vincelot, midfielders Marvin Bartley and Lloyd James, winger Jobi McAnuff and strikers Jay Simpson and Darius Henderson on a long list of absentees. 3,061 more words

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Southampton see off Man United to move into third place

Southampton dealt a big blow to Manchester United as they walked away 1-0 winners in a tensely fought battle. Tadic’s second half goal was enough to lift Southampton above United and into third spot. 506 more words

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