United's are now 12 points adrift of Premier League leaders Arsenal
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Wednesday 05 January 2011
Who would you least expect to see at an Ashes Test match? Diego Maradona? Nicolas Sarkozy? Garfield the cat? Or how about Baywatch actor David Hasselhoff, who was in attendance at the SCG on day two, smashing a couple of gentle lobs from Shane Warne and wandering around the ground at tea in a T-shirt that said "Don't hassle the Hoff". Little bit of advice, David: if you don't want to be hassled, best not appear in front of 40,000 people in a promotional capacity.
Thursday 23 December 2010
Friday 17 December 2010
Monday 06 December 2010
James Lawton: 'I wish I was Peter Pan'. Robbie Fowler's passion for football Down Under burns as brightly as in his glory days
Saturday 27 November 2010
There is a bigger show in town, a much bigger one, but Robbie Fowler, the former star of Liverpool and England and one of the most naturally gifted players of modern football, is untroubled by his loss of a certain status.
Friday 22 October 2010
Australian team Perth Glory squeezed more mirth out of a joke Wayne Rooney would join the A-League side from Manchester United when a defender appeared at the club's news conference today wearing a Rooney mask.
Monday 18 October 2010
Tuesday 07 September 2010
Gerard Houllier remains the favourite to become manager of Aston Villa in succession to Martin O'Neill, but Villa do not expect to confirm the former France and Liverpool manager's appointment until Thursday as they attempt to finalise the fine details of his role and backroom team.
Saturday 29 May 2010
Liechtenstein is rarely the centre of the football world but the Football Association will be focusing on the tiny principality tomorrow afternoon as the England Under-17s attempt to win the nation's first major trophy since 1993.
Wednesday 12 May 2010
Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler believes the time may be right for Reds boss Rafael Benitez to leave the club.
Thursday 06 May 2010
Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher will discuss his Anfield future at the start of next season but the Reds' vice-captain has stressed he does not want to play for another team.
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