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Champions League quarter-final preview

While Platini and pals will revel in the six different nationalities represented in the Champions League last-eight, the final could have a very familiar feel, writes Donal Hanks.

“Spineless” Arsenal evoke memories of Bruce in 93

Donal Hanks looks back on the weekend's football and a season-defining win for Arsenal

Can Manchester United cure their big game blues and maintain title bid?

Donal Hanks completes his look at last ten rounds of Premier League action.

With ten games to go, it could be Arsenal’s year

The first part of Donal Hanks' look down the home straight of the Premier League season

Wayne Bridge shows courage as wheels come off for Chelsea

Donal Hanks applauds Waybe Bridge's composure at Stamford Bridge.

Same old Man City, always funny

They say a tiger never changes its stripes. This was never more hilariously true than in the case of Manchester City, says Donal Hanks Man City have always been comedy. Whether it is the comic stylings of the late Alan...

Barca pay a karmic price for Thierry

When Barcelona signed Thierry Henry from Arsenal they had a decent idea what they were going to get. Goals, flair, ego. They had no idea that on February 23, 2010 his very introduction as a substitute would play a massive...

Alex Ferguson is a miracle worker

Donal Hanks believes United are flattering to decieve... but in a good way.

Referee the star in night of Big Cup bungling

In his Champions League roundup, Donal Hanks marvels at the standout performance so far in the Last 16 - Mr Ovrebo.



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