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Have City wasted their money?

Lee Price seeks to calm the furore around Man City's summer spending...

Why football has gone mad

Lee Price hits out at football's sacking culture as the two participants of the 2008 Championship Play-Off final each collect their P45 this week.

Premiership, best league in the world?

Lee Price rejects the common assertion that the English Premiership is the best league in the world.

Play-offs? No, no, no!

Proposed changes to the Premier League structure always make interesting viewing. Who could forget the 'brilliant' plan to host a 39th fixture overseas? Though, realistically, this option is still certainly on the agenda at some point in the future. Or, Phil...

Why England WILL win the World Cup

Right, here it is - and I know you're going to rush in and label me an over-enthusiastic, over-patriotic so and so - but I genuinely believe that England will win the World Cup this summer. Obviously, regardless of...

King Carlos takes on the jester’s role

Lee Price analyses whether the loss of the likeable Argentine will actually haunt Sir Alex Ferguson beyond the two-goal haul in the League Cup.

Does Didier Drogba hold the key to the Premier League title?

Lee Price analyses the Ivorian's importance to Chelsea's title challenge, with specific focus on his involvement in January's African Nations Cup

Wigan victims of statistical freak show

On the back of Tottenham's emphatic 9-1 demolition of Wigan, I have a contrasting opinion to offer, particularly when compared with the headlines splashed across the national press. That is: Wigan were unlucky on Sunday. I'm not arguing for a second...

The unenviable task of breaking into the Big Four

Lee Price wonders if this might be the year that one of the contenders finally breaks the Big Four's grip on the Champions League places.



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