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Limp Arsenal abandoned their principles

Odhran Harrison argues Arsenal do not have the players or the manager to pull off what Inter Milan achieved.

Milan win puts Spurs’ past under-achievement in perspective

Odhran Harrison says Spurs' win underlines poverty of European football

England should listen to Danny Murphy’s brave words

Odhran Harrison says Danny Murphy's recent comments on the overuse of physicality in the English game were laudable on many levels.

Capello should ignore England’s self-important players

Odhran Harrison argues the last thing Fabio Capello should do is begin listening to the likes of Gerrard, Terry, Lampard and Rooney

Mourinho’s well-drilled Inter highlight Arsenal’s reckless naivety

Barcelona have become a little overrated, because Arsenal are hugely overrated, says Odhran Harrison. When the North Londoners were led a merry dance over two legs, the idea took hold that their conquerors could be the finest European club side...

Arsene Wenger’s fatal flaw cruelly exposed

There was ample proof last night, as at Stamford Bridge in the last round, as to why the Premiership teams' primacy in Europe has been exaggerated. Despite the final result, Barcelona made a mockery of the  comparisons between their style...

The quality gap at the heart of Chelsea’s team

Odhran Harrison believes Sneijder, not Mourinho, was the main difference between Chelsea and Inter Milan

Boateng tackle underlines Wenger’s legitimate fears

Odhran Harrison believes the nasty tackle on Bacary Sagna at the KC Stadium should silence pundits like Stan Collymore



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