There may have been five goals in Stoke’s last Premier League game but the stats firmly suggest that this is a fixture we should be going ‘unders’ on. The so-called expansive revolution under Mark Hughes hasn’t really happened.
By Gareth Purnell | | Saturday, 2 November 2013 at 10:00 am
After The Ballad of Paul Tierney, more sport-inspired songs.
Poignant tribute song reminds us of the beautiful game’s fickle nature… and puts superstar tantrums into perspective.
José Mourinho’s cowardly gouge, the ‘74 Lions and their “99″ call, warring team-mates and other shocking episodes of violence in sport.
An inspired celebratory soundtrack at Old Trafford and other musical doozies from the world of sport.
Following Manchester United’s routine 2-0 win over Everton at the weekend, Betfred have announced they’re already paying out on bets for the Red Devils to be Premier League champions this season.
Tactics Talk: Everton’s over-reliance on Marouane Fellaini bordered on ridiculous against Manchester United
Recent meetings between Manchester United and Everton have been well documented and David Moyes’ side could be labelled the Premier League leader’s bogey team.
Poor old Frank Lampard. Actually, not poor. Not by a long chalk. Not that old either.
David Moyes tested Chelsea with a strong attacking unit, intent on stifling their progress and taking advantage of any weakness, but they stood strong and showed why they are European champions.
Post-game, Wilshere suggested that there were signs of the old Arsenal and, although that may be a little premature, you can understand his statement.
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