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Arsenal told to appoint 58-year-old as their next manager

Danny Murphy reckons that Rafael Benitez would be the top fit to take over as new Arsenal manager.

Danny Murphy believes that Rafael Benitez would be the perfect fit to take over as the new Arsenal manager. 309 more words


FA Cup win more important to Tottenham than it is Chelsea or Manchester United, says Danny Murphy

Winning the FA Cup is more important to Tottenham than it is fellow semi-finalists Chelsea or Manchester United, according to Danny Murphy.

Mark Hughes’ Southampton are the fourth side that could still win the competition but the Premier League strugglers are considered heavy outsiders. 315 more words


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All-Time Premier League Record

Played Won Drew Lost Scored Conceded Goal Difference Points No of Seasons 304 93 82 129 342 442 -100 361 8… 1,394 more words

Premier League Rewind: 5th-6th February 2000

Results: Aston Villa 4-0 Watford, Bradford City 2-1 Arsenal, Derby County 3-3 Sheffield Wednesday, Leicester City 2-1 Middlesbrough, Liverpool FC 3-1 Leeds United, Manchester United 3-2 Coventry City, Southampton 2-1 West Ham United, Sunderland 2-2 Newcastle United, Tottenham Hotspur 0-1 Chelsea, Wimbledon 0-3 Everton… 654 more words

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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


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