Monthly Archives: February 2012

A lament for Andrey Arshavin: Could Wenger have used him better?

With the European Championships now fast approaching, it is worth casting our minds back to the previous one in 2008.  One game that sticks in my memory was the quarter-final where Russia met Holland.  The highly fancied Dutch were favourites … Continue reading

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European Round up: Ghost Goals in Serie A and Barbarians in Dortmund

Bundesliga The Friday night game in the German top division saw Monchengladbach (3rd) host a bizarre Hamburg (12th) side who sit in the bottom half of the table, yet are unbeaten in an astonishing 7 away games.  Make that 8 as a 1-1 draw prevented Die Fohlan from … Continue reading

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Why Wigan, Bolton and Blackburn will be relegated from the Premier League this season

At the time of writing, Wigan, Bolton and Blackburn prop up the Premier League table. Here is why they will find themselves in the same position at the end of the season. Wigan Athletic (P26, W4, D8, L14, F23, A50, … Continue reading

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As Wolves turn to assistant Terry Connor: ‘Come Back, Mick McCarthy, All Is Forgiven’

Wolves fan John Rooney feels he and his club may have been a little hasty getting rid of the old man. Continue reading

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