There are a couple of mouthwatering FA Cup clashes over the weekend, both with interesting sub-plots.
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
Was this the most inane interview in the history of football? While it would certainly seem pretty difficult to beat, here is a selection of the tweets so you can make your own mind up…
It was dubbed ‘El Sackico’ by the tabloids, a match in which the axe would drop on the defeated manager. And it was won hands-down by Nigel Adkins, much to the surprise of many punters. In five away games prior to Saturday, his Southampton side had lost all five, conceding 18 goals plus a further 40 shots on target.
Down-tempo electronica springs from the fingers and vocal cords of Southampton’s Gang Colours whose debut LP, The Keychain Collection came out in February (on iTunes). In this exclusive interview, Errol Anderson chats with him about 2Pac’s existence, charity shopping and reactions to the album.
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