National team woes have been placed at the door of the Premier League
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Monday 22 October 2012
Liverpool 1 Reading 0: Reds' second youngest ever goalscorer is currently a 'revelation' but his manager warns the 17-year-old not to get carried away with the adulation
Thursday 11 October 2012
Luis Suarez has hit back at Stoke City boss Tony Pulis who has been outspoken about the Uruguayan's perceived diving, saying “let them carry on talking”.
Premier League Match Report: Liverpool's love affair with the woodwork continues as Luis Suarez's laughable dive infuriates Stoke
Monday 08 October 2012
Liverpool 0 Stoke 0
Wednesday 08 August 2012
Stoke have announced they have agreed an undisclosed fee with Wolves for midfielder Michael Kightly.
Wednesday 27 June 2012
UAE side Al-Shabab have dismissed claims that they are pursuing Michael Owen, saying that the striker is “on the downhill”.
Thursday 14 June 2012
England striker is desperate to emulate his first hero – yes, he really is that young
Thursday 07 June 2012
Former England manager Glenn Hoddle believes current boss Roy Hodgson has had enough time to prepare for Wayne Rooney's absence from the first two matches at Euro 2012.
Friday 18 May 2012
Manchester United released quarterly results yesterday that showed the club's revenues dropped in the three months ending 31 March by £4.4m, to £70.8m compared to £75.2m in 2011. That drop would have been greater had there not been increased sponsorship income of £3.5m.
Wednesday 16 May 2012
We can be cynical as easily as we like over the fast-tracking of Gary Neville into the hierarchy of the England team. We can ask if, for example, you were the new manager Roy Hodgson, would you rather have Red Nev at your side in the potential maelstrom of the European Championship – or lurking in a TV studio dreaming up the kind of line that hit David Luiz like an assassin's bullet?
Wednesday 16 May 2012
He will be Hodgson's most acute reader of the mood of the England dressing room
Wednesday 09 May 2012
For all the delights that qualify the next three afternoons at Chester as a defining ritual of the British Turf, it must be admitted that the city's racecourse was not especially designed with rain in mind. But then nor was it obviously designed for horseracing, either, this dizzy circuit crammed between the city walls and the River Dee – and that does not stop it being a roaring success.
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