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With the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil just 34 days away, Monday’s arrival sees England manager Roy Hodgson announce his squad for the summer tournament. After a sensational season in the Barclays Premier League, from Manchester United’s...
English soccer fans are used to disappointment, but the national team took things to a new level in the 2016 Euro, getting ousted by Iceland – a nation of 300,000 – in the Round of 16. England qualified for the tournament with a perfect 10-0 record...
In 2001 Liverpool FC added another unique chapter to our already illustrious history. No one has done it before and no one has done it since. It was unprecedented to win three cup competitions in one season. Liverpool had won the league and two cups...
By Martyn Herman CHELSEA have a gilt-edged opportunity to open up a seven-point lead at the top of the Premier League this weekend and there is nothing their main title rivals can do about it. With second-placed Liverpool having a week off and Arsenal...
Manchester United have fallen from grace in the Premier League since the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson. Despite spending lavish amounts of money in the transfer market, the Red Devils have been unable to mount a serious challenge for the top-flight...
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When Saturday Comes - The Half Decent Football Magazine
Outshone by the likes of George Best, Bobby Charlton and Denis Law, David Herd, who died earlier this month, had a ferociously powerful shot and a tireless work ethic
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Mike Phelan stopped the Tigers’ rot with victory over Southampton before the international break and go into the crucial match as favourites