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Manchester City overcome Monaco in eight-goal thriller

From thrills to spills, this Champions League last 16 encounter had it all as Manchester City were put to the limits against a free-scoring Monaco side in what would become one of the most entertaining European nights at the Etihad…
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The FA Cup: Where dreams come true…

As a football player, you would always of course love playing in a World Cup final or the Champions League final but going on an FA Cup run would always be different…especially with a smaller team. Continue reading “The FA Cup: Where dreams come true…”

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One disastrous night in Munich…

Heading into this Champions League last 16 encounter, Arsenal were looking to finally end their curse against the daunting Bayern Munich but unfortunately for the Gunners…it was to be another demolition at the hands of the Bavarian giants…

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Arsenal edge Hull to claim a much-needed win

On the back of a crushing defeat against Chelsea last weekend, Arsenal were looking to turn fortunes around against an in-form Hull City side who were looking to replicate last weekend’s upset of Liverpool here at the Emirates on a rather wintery afternoon….

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The Premier League Weekly- Week 22

In the ‘do or die’ match, Manchester City could afford nothing less but a win against second place Tottenham Hotspur the following weekend after suffering a devastating 4-0 defeat at the hands of Everton the previous weekend…

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Has Djokovic really collapsed?

It’s fair to say that the past seven months have been extremely difficult for Djokovic but signs at the O2 and a Qatar Open win over Andy Murray signified that Djokovic was coming back. However, there was to be another twist in the tale as Djokovic exited the Australian Open second round at the hands of wildcard and world number 117 Denis Istomin as we explore the centre to Novak’s recent struggles…

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Australian Open Preview

A breathless end to 2016 saw Andy Murray claim the world no.1 spot over Serbian nemesis Novak Djokovic but who would it be to lift the season opening Australian Open title as we preview the first grand slam of the season under the sizzling hot weather of Melbourne

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