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Premier League Golden Glove Award 2015 - The Winner

So further to my last post on the 2015 contenders, the final game of the 2014-2015 season has been played. We now have a clear winner, meaning that my wish for a 5 way tie did not come true, with only one keeper keeping the clean she’s that mattered. 45 more words


Manchester City 2-0 Southampton: Lampard, Aguero sink Saints

Manchester City beat Southampton 2-0 on Sunday as the Citizens finished the season off in style.

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Goals in either half from Frank Lampard and Sergio Aguero secured the victory, with Aguero securing the PL’s golden boot award in the process, as Southampton failed to properly test Joe Hart with Sadio mane and Shane Long wasting good chances in the second half. 338 more words

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Premier League Golden Glove Award 2015

So with 1 match remaining, we see a four way battle for the Premier League Golden Glove Award 2015. With 13 clean sheets each, which one of these amazing keepers will come out on top: 347 more words


Team of the Week: Southampton humiliate Aston Villa, Bolasie sinks Liverpool and Leicester complete great escape

By Benjamin Wills.

It took some extraordinary feat to stand out in a week where the buzz was all about Steven Gerrard’s final game at Anfield. 820 more words


VIDEO: Garry Monk proud of Swansea City despite defeat

Swansea City lost to Manchester City 4-2 today, but the Swans were impressive in defeat, deserving at least a point in a match that was stolen by City goalkeeper Joe Hart’s outstanding play. 231 more words

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VIDEO: Joe Hart produces Save of the Season candidate to preserve late Manchester City lead

Manchester City goalkeeper Joe Hart has been outstanding as the season has come to a close, and again proved his dominance today. With the visitors holding a late 3-2 lead at the Liberty Stadium and Swansea looking to come from behind again, the England international produced a pair of spectacular saves, including a stunning diving stop to keep out a Federico Fernandez header. 65 more words

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