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Cristiano Ronaldo wins the 2017 Ballon d’Or – But did he Deserve it?

‘It’s hard to put into words what he (Ronaldo) and Messi have achieved in recent years’. This quote from Danny Murphy certainly encompasses the attitude towards these two masters of the game in recent years, and the fact that they have hogged the Ballon d’Or trophy these past 9 seasons is a testament to their extraordinary achievements. 386 more words

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Danny Murphy: Pressure on Morata to stay fit

Alvaro Morata has made a great start to life at Chelsea but he needs to show he has the physical capacity to stay on the pitch week after week. 196 more words

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Getting shirty with England U17s

Oh what a generational rift Danny Murphy highlighted with his reaction to – and I can barely believe I’m writing this – an England World Cup triumph. 553 more words

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Marouane Fellaini injury could actually improve Manchester United, say Phil Neville and Danny Murphy

Manchester United may prove a better side without Marouane Fellaini, reckon Premier League legends Phil Neville and Danny Murphy.

The Belgian picked up a knee ligament injury while on international duty and will be unavailable for this weekend’s clash between United and Liverpool at Anfield. 302 more words

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Chelsea favourites vs Manchester City because of Antonio Conte tactics, says Danny Murphy

Chelsea have the edge over Manchester City this weekend because Pep Guardiola’s tactics could play into Antonio Conte’s hands, according to former Liverpool star Danny Murphy. 337 more words

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Danny Murphy believes Manchester United's win over Southampton proves they will win title

Manchester United have proven they will beat Manchester City to the Premier League title after beating Southampton, according to Danny Murphy.

Jose Mourinho’s side earned a narrow 1-0 victory over Southampton on Saturday and have taken 16 points from a possible 18 so far this season. 400 more words

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Chelsea new-boy Alvaro Morata not a like-for-like Diego Costa replacement, says Danny Murphy

Alvaro Morata cannot truly fill Diego Costa’s boots at Chelsea, Danny Murphy has told the Blues as they prepare to sell the Brazilian-born striker to Atletico Madrid. 367 more words

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