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Athletic Club 2-1 Real Betis: Lions Continue Impressive Run At San Mames

Athletic Club continued their amazing run at the San Mames on Thursday night when they defeated challengers Real Betis by the score of 2-1. Goals from Aritz Aduriz and Iker Muniain lifted the Lions in a tight match  780 more words

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Eibar 0-1 Athletic Club: Raul Garcia Volley Wins It In Stoppage Time

Athletic Club were pushed until the final whistle on Monday when Eibar put up a strong fight at Ipurua. The home side was in control for the heavy bulk of the game, but the Lions refused to go down easily. 670 more words

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Preston North End v Norwich City

A third straight defeat as the Preston players looked to have gone on holiday

Monday 17th April – 3pm kick off – Deepdale – Sky bet Championship… 375 more words


Walking the thin lines

Match review: Sheffield United 3 Bradford City 0

By Jason McKeown

There’s a great line in the film Spinal Tap about how it’s such a thin line between stupid and clever. 1,066 more words


Tottenham Hotspur 4-0 Bournemouth: Match Review

Tottenham took apart Bournemouth in the lunchtime kick off and extended the gap between themselves and the fighters for the top four and Champions League football next season, as well as more importantly closing the distance between themselves and the league leaders Chelsea to four points, before the West Londoners take on Manchester United at Old Trafford tomorrow. 620 more words

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Athletic Club 5-1 Las Palmas: Lions Dominate In Six Goal Thriller

Athletic Club hosted Las Palmas at the San Mames on Friday in a game that promised energy and a possible tight finish. However, the Lions were in fine form and saw off their visitors by the score of 5-1 to move to within one point of Villarreal who currently hold the 5th place spot in the La Liga table. 867 more words

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Stuart McCall underlines his greater experience and ability as City move closer to top six finish

Match review: Bradford City 1 (Law) Oxford United 0

By Tim Penfold

We knew from the beginning that Stuart McCall’s teams would play prettier football than Phil Parkinson’s.  692 more words