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Europa League to test Manchester resolve

Andrew McCarten reviews the Europa League credentials of City and United.

Five can’t miss ties in the FA Cup

It may only be the 3rd round, but the FA Cup’s draw has produced some real crackers. Sixty-four sides still

Martin the man for Sunderland job

Sunderland may not be in trophy-winning form this season, but their victory in the always-eventful ‘sack race’ may prove to

Toffees next in line for take-over?

News of a takeover – any takeover – will be perceived very well by supporters of Everton. Owner Bill

Five take-aways: Carling Cup quarterfinals

The Carling Cup quarterfinals were full of entertainment and although four teams saw their chances of going to Wembley brought

Transfer update: Early winners and losers

A key aspect of every Premier League side is the addition of new players in the summer. With the league

“Super League” misguided and unfair

Barcelona president Sandro Rosell’s recent comments that some sort of pan-national European Super League is being discussed ahead of the

Blues facing massive test in Germany

In the wake of their widespread criticism in the press following their 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool, Chelsea’s visit

Serie A star set for English adventure

Andrew McCarten analyzes the English prospects of want-away Juventus forward Amauri.

Title set for Manchester stay

Andrew McCarten expects the Mancunian clubs to face little competition in title race.

Does MLS need Beckham?

With David Beckham’s future well and truly up in the air amidst rumors that he could be set to join

Blues ace still on top of his game

Andrew McCarten tips Frank Lampard to shine at the highest level for years to come.

Four take-aways from first leg

After the first leg of the Euro 2012 play-offs, there were a wide variety of results to compare and analyze

Balotelli the key for Italian job

Mario Balotelli has been in scintillating form for leaders Manchester City in this season’s Premier League, with 5 goals already

United outcast has a point

Tomasz Kuszczak’s recent declaration that he is being treated “like a slave” at Manchester United is certainly a dramatic overstatement

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