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How To Find The World Cup Winner

Looking back rather than looking forward can unearth some of the best bets

Money madness and unwanted cups

Some have too much for their own good.....  The season is barely over and already the transfer madness has begun with a select few clubs (and their billionaire owners) touting obscene amounts of money. It's like a high stakes poker...

Three Things Football Can Learn From Euro 2012

Taking football to new regions of the world comes with inherent issues that need addressing

Who will win the race to finish fourth in the Premier League?

The difference between finishing fourth and fifth in the Premier League has become a significant gap, with the appeal of the Champions League transfixing English clubs. This season has seen on of the most open divisions in recent memory, with...

Ozil Arrival a Huge Boost – Walcott

Overwhelming positivity among Arsenal fans and players at German arrival.

Arsenal and Chelsea bosses bickering again

The history of the Wenger-Mourinho war of words.

Clarets in danger of setting unwanted record

A quarter of the way through the season, Burnley have failed to win a Premier League match.

Take a Bow Mr Delaney

All hail the return of Little at Large. And he's well pleased with Irish football's most organised dandy, John Delaney. The process may have been tortuous but the result is inspiring. While Trapattoni's name is obviously on the tongue of...

Expect Newcastle United to Invade the European Places

Newcastle United performed brilliantly during the 2011/2012 Premier League season as they just missed out on the Champions League and finished in fifth place. They are more than capable of a repeat league performance and should be aiming for...

Premier League relegation race heats up

The title race could yet be overshadowed by the fight to stay in the league.

Champions League Playoffs draw – guess who isn’t there

Yes, Tottenham aren't in the Champions League playoffs. Not in the group stages and not in the playoffs. It's probably a good thing anyway, given that they have Jermaine Defoe as their sole striker, and they sold him in...

Kaka move makes City laughing stock

Poor old Man City, no one seems to take them seriously at the moment, writes Tom Mallows A host of footballing names have taken it in turns to slag the club off after their admittedly ridiculous bid to sign Kaka...

Did Man United’s season just start?

Louis van Gaal's side have finally worked their way into a Champions League spot.

THE YEARS IN GUFF

HALL OF GUFF

Eamon Dunphy

John Motson

Graham Taylor

Kevin Keegan

George Hamilton

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