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My views on the latest sports stories around Britain; (Mostly football though)
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Articles : 6
Since : 17/05/2012
Category : Sports

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Lewis Holtby: The Next Big Thing?

When it was announced that Tottenham had signed Lewis Holtby from Schalke for only £1.5 million, this has the potential to be a fantastic move for both the club and the player. Aged only 22, Holtby is both young and an enthusiastic player and will learn from playing in the Barclays Premier League and Tottenham will also benefit from having such a

Why sacking Louis Van Gaal wouldn't solve all Manchester United's problems

Tonight will go down as one of Manchester United's most embarrasing on the football field. The 20 times champions of England, three time champions of Europe lost to a team founded in 1999. FC Midtylland - just six days older than my sister - beat them 2-1 in arguably the greatest night in their history. In doing so, they increased the call for Loui

What makes the North London Derby so important?

One of the fiercest rivalries in English football takes place this weekend as Arsenal play Tottenham Hotspur at the Emirates Stadium. Tottenham will be looking to get one over on their local rivals after being beaten 3 times by Arsenal last season, not scoring once. As Arsenal and Tottenham are the only two big clubs in North London, winning this f

Euro 2012 final prediction

So here we are. With fourteen teams eliminated and thirty games played, tomorrow we reach the Euro 2012 final to be contested by Spain and Italy. We'll start with Italy. The surprise team of the tournament, some predicted Croatia would qualify above them in the group stages. There were even rumours they wouldn't take part due to the match fixing sc

Who should and shouldn't go to the Euro's

When I found out Roy Hodgson's first England squad, I was shocked to find that he has only included four strikers in the whole of his twenty-three man squad. The main reason for this is because our main striker and arguably our best player Wayne Rooney is banned from the opening two games of the tournament, leaving Jermain Defoe, Danny Welbeck and

Can anyone stop Chelsea this season?

After their weekend win over Arsenal, Chelsea opened up a five point gap over closest rivals Manchester City only seven games into the season. Having already played arguably their hardest game away at City and come away with a point, could this season see a new team of invincibles triumph? Defence wise Chelsea are solid and there aren't any problem