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Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 35 Review

Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 35 Review

Written by @NiallHawthorne

There are moments when destiny sometimes comes knocking on your door. It’s not so much a gentle tap, it’s more of a booming wallop of your knocker (steady on…), so loud that you have no choice but to face your destiny with all the bravery you can muster. 967 more words

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Alexis Sanchez: Asset or Liability for Arsenal?

Like Brando in The Godfather, I am loathe to tell anyone outside the family  what I am thinking but given the current atmosphere of mischief and sensationalism surrounding Arsenal Football Club, needs must, especially when the usual subjects are avoiding the truth like a plague. 902 more words

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Manchester Derby - Another soap opera disguised as football match

Fellaini provides the Premier League with more Soap worthy material, but the derby match was a far cry from entertaining.

Just twenty seconds had passed between Marouane Fellaini’s first and second foul on Sergio Aguero – a second yellow was almost certainly beckoning – before a moment of madness from the Belgian, turned it into a red for pushing his head into Aguero’s face. 552 more words

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Aguero struggled as Manchester City failed to break down a resilient ten-man Manchester United.

Manchester City……………………0

Manchester United……………….0

Red Card: Fellaini 84’

Venue: Etihad Stadium

Marouane Felliani’s red card cost Jose Mourinho’s any chance of three points as Manchester City dominated but failed to break a resilient Manchester United defence. 292 more words

What we really learnt from Arsenal's FA Cup Semi Final win

After a few days of celebration and further contemplation, I look back at last weekends Arsenal v Manchester City FA Cup Semi Final and discuss (IMO); What we really learnt from Arsenal’s FA Cup Semi Final win! 1,158 more words

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Arsenal Vs Manchester City - FA Cup Semi-Final Preview

The green shoots of recovery were on show in our battling 2-1 win over Middlesbrough on Monday.

The performance was hardly fluid, but our desire to win the game was enough to see off a desperate Boro team, and this will hopefully be enough to remind our players of what they are capable of before we travel to Wembley for the Cup Semi against a dangerous City side. 481 more words

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Spurs Flying, Arsenal Crying and is Phil Jagielka the Next England Striker?

Fantasy Premier League: Gameweek 32 Review

Written by @NiallHawthorne

The star of the show in GW32 was a player that was destined to do great things for Spurs since Daddy Son eyed up Mammy Son across a dance-floor in 1991, many thousands of miles from North London (in Chuncheon, South Korea to be precise). 932 more words

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