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Do you believe in karma? Gareth Bale might now

As the decidedly average-looking Team GB try their darndest to overcome footballing heavyweights such as Senegal, United Arab Emirates and Uruguay at the Olympics Games, home fans would feel more confident backing their new heroes with Bwin if they...

Torres purchase sates Gerrard ego

Despite the obvious qualities and iconic status of Stevie G, I've long held the belief that Rafa Benitez would be glad to see the back of him - well, until the arrival of Fernando Torres that is. Gerrard has...

The funniest World Cup moments

The World Cup has a tendency to produce some gold-plated slip-ups.

Chelsea, City, Coveting an Italian

January is still three months away. A lifetime in the up and down world of football. But even with so many different possible scenarios playing out between now and then, there is already a potential transfer window showdown brewing...

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...

How To Find The World Cup Winner

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

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...

Pulis stays focused on survival

Tony Pulis is a realistic man. He knows that Stoke City can never take their Premier League status for granted. He also knows how hard he has to work to ensure his team continue the excellent form they have...

Klopp’s love affair with the media set to continue in England

It's no surprise that the media are eating out of the palm of Klopp's hand since day one.

Arsenal and Chelsea bosses bickering again

The history of the Wenger-Mourinho war of words.

Can Chelsea win the Champions League next season?

For the past two years, English clubs have ultimately failed in Europe’s elite competition. Since Chelsea won the competition back in 2012, only the Blues have stood a genuine chance of reaching the latter stages of the tournament –...

Manchester United v Southampton Preview – Pochettino has his work cut out ahead of...

Manchester United v Southampton English Premier League Old Trafford, Manchester Wednesday 30 January, 2013 20:00 GMT Manchester United are the heavy favourites to beat Southampton at home and maintain their Premier League lead. Mauricio Pochettino has his work cut out to get anything from...

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