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5 Things We Learned From The Prem This Weekend - Apr. 26

Arsene Wenger will never beat Jose Mourinho

Not because he’s not tactically sharp. Not because he doesn’t have the best players. Wenger will never beat Jose simply because Mourinho will kill the game before he gives Wenger’s team a chance. 545 more words

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Jurgen Klopp to be next Manchester City boss?

Yesterday current Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp announced that he would be leaving the club at the end of the season. The news comes after senior club executives called a press conference to make an importance announcement, the subject of which was largely expected by the German press. 615 more words

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Derby Day Antics

Well as we all may know already yesterday was not a good day for Manchester City and especially not for us Manchester city fans or players as the derby was a little bit of a disaster from my point of view and I presume it will be the same from your point of view. 888 more words


Reflection on a Dissapointing Derby Day

This Sunday marked the end of a period of dominance and local bragging rights when Manchester United ended Manchester City’s 4th straight derby victory with a resounding 4:2 victory at Old Trafford. 935 more words

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5 Things We Learned From The Prem This Weekend - Apr. 12

1) The tide has turned in Manchester
Well, that didn’t last very long did it? Sorry City fans.

If you had said to me two or three months ago that Manchester City would win just five games after New Years Day and be looking over their shoulder just to hang on to fourth place, I would’ve called you an idiot and bet $1,000 you’d be wrong. 725 more words

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United and City fans prepare to hate football for 90 minutes

Football is a lovely thing and that’s probably one of the reason it’s so popular. An angled through ball, a touch with the outside of the boot killing the ball dead, that weird angle on tele where you think it’s going in but it’s actually miles away – football has it all… 245 more words