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Gooner Supper Club honors Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Early game today; started 6:45 CT. I rolled out of bed and put on my away jersey over my PJs to watch the match.

Nothing about the start of this season would lead you to believe Arsenal can actually contend for the title other than hope and the fact that they owe it to me, but we managed an ugly 0-1 win over Newcastle United, and will end the day in 5th place. 688 more words


Bradford City vs Sunderland: The last time the Bantams reached the fifth round

By Jason McKeown

The 1996/97 FA Cup season was a belter. It culminated in Chelsea defeating Middlesbrough 2-0 in the Wembley final (meaning Boro had reached and lost both major cup finals, and been relegated from the Premier League, in one season). 1,041 more words


1979: Trevor Francis Becomes First £1m Footballer

“All men are created equal” according to Thomas Jefferson. Sadly, no-one seems to have told the money men at football clubs as, year after year, players are bought and sold for tens, hundreds, thousands and millions based on how well they can kick a leather ball around a patch of grass. 154 more words


Chelsea vs Bradford City: We've been here before (just not very often)

Bradford City’s trip to Chelsea this Saturday is all the more special for its rarity. Over the previous 25 years, the Bantams have reached the FA Cup fourth round stage on just three occasions. 1,731 more words


BBC Radio Sheffield's Football Heaven live from Crosspool

Radio Sheffield’s daily football phone-in will be broadcast from Hallam FC’s Sandygate next week.

Chris Waddle and Keith Edwards will join sport editor Andy Giddings in the 1860 Suite on Friday 5 December for the phone-in from 6pm and a Q&A session from 7.30pm. 44 more words


New Music: Chris Waddle Featuring Sarkodie & Mugeez - Real Bad Men

Ayi hit maker Chris Waddle of the extended R2Bees collective releases his latest single Real Bad Men. The track was produced by Flipbeatz and features R2bees’s very on Mugeez and Mr Sarkodie.. 6 more words


Paul Weller Interview


Paul Anthony Weller was born on the 6th March 1975 in Brighton, after joining the Clarets as a trainee, Paul signed as a full time professional contract in November 1993. 1,048 more words