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Keeping up with the (promotion) Joneses

Match review: Port Vale 1 Bradford City 2 (Vincelot, Jones)

By Tim Penfold

This had all of the hallmarks of an average, frustrating Bradford City game.  766 more words


Aston Villa 1-0 Derby County - Match Review

James Chester scored early to secure Aston Villa’s first win in 2017, extending Derby’s winless run to five league games.

The hosts began the better of the two sides and went ahead when some poor defending allowed Chester to score. 494 more words

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Match Review: Tottenham vs KAA Gent (Rant)

To get things started, Dele Alli let us down last night. I’m sick of rival fans claiming that we’re ‘sticking up for him’ after that malicious challenge. 573 more words

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Derby County 0-0 Burton Albion - Match Review

Nigel Clough’s Burton battled to a vital point in their fight against relegation, probably ending Derby’s play off hopes in the process.

In a first half which was dominated by the home side there were very few chances, until two minutes before the break. 270 more words

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Arsenal (2) - Sutton United (0) - The Gunners' dream for silverware is alive and well

As expected, Arsenal beat Sutton United in last night’s FA Cup fixture, but surprisingly enough, Arsenal seemed to struggle against the hosts. Most Arsenal and Premier League fans went into this match expecting an absolute battering by the Gunners, but the match ended in a simple 2-0 victory for the North London club. 278 more words

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

PSG 4- Barca 0 AKA By Failing to Prepare, You are Preparing to Fail

When PSG’s right back, Thomas Meunier went for a free stroll through Barca’s mess of midfield, threading a ball for the in form Cavani to score, one word came to mind: Inevitable.  681 more words


Heartbreak: Killie 1-2 Aberdeen Review

They say you shouldn’t mess with a good thing. Well today, interim manager McCulloch did just that, and we were severely punished for it. Everything looked so good for 82 minutes, and then came along Miles Addison. 549 more words