Second half goals by Pedro and Diego Costa inspired Chelsea to a 2-0 victory over Wolverhampton Wanderers in the fifth round of the FA Cup. Playing away at the Molineux Stadium, the Blues registered a slow start, with Asmir Begovic being called to task for much of the first half. Cautious however not to follow 

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The 2016-2017 version of the FA Cup has exposed the flaws in the tournament that may have been hidden in the past.   No financial incentive The financial benefit of promotion is too great for many clubs to take the competition seriously. If you have the opportunity to compete for promotion to the next level, 

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Manchester United have revived interest in German star Toni Kroos, according to The Independent. Famously, Kroos was just a signature away from joining Red Devils in the summer of 2014 – David Moyes, then United boss, had agreed personal terms with the World Cup winner, but he soon opted for Real Madrid instead.   Next 

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Manchester United safely negotiated a potential pitfall when they came from behind to beat Blackburn Rovers 2-1 on Sunday afternoon at Ewood Park. Danny Graham gave the hosts a shock lead in the seventeenth minute with a sublime strike: a telltale sign that the struggling Championship side were no pushovers kinda like trying to gain 

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A value bet is one of the most misunderstood terms in betting. A bet whose odds have a probability higher than the average probability is called a value bet and a key to successful betting is finding those bets on the betting market. Our goal is to help you understand points of value betting and 

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It is Groundhog Day again. Sitting 10 points behind Premier League leaders Chelsea and on the cusp of the seventh successive round-of-16 exit in the Champions League, Arsenal’s season is already over although almost four months of competitive football has yet to be played. The Arsenal supporters, even a considerable number of those who had 

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So the big question for me this week is; ‘What actually happens on a mid-season training break?’ Warm weather, some time away from the limelight, bonding as a team, or drunken nights and days spent around the pool whilst arguing with each other who is best at FIFA? How many teams can actually say their 

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Liverpool and Manchester City are two top teams in the Premier League who are having a tough time with their goalkeepers. Manchester City, who are third on the league points table, are ten points behind leaders Chelsea and Liverpool, who are fifth on the table, are thirteen points behind the Blues from London. Former Borussia 

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Sightings of the Loch Ness Monster, Bigfoot and The Abominable Snowman have all been reportedly spotted over the decades, add to that the uncertainty of whether the Moon landings truly existed and you start to build a catalogue of elaborate hoaxes that have gone on to be debunked. Well I can now exclusively reveal another 

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As a general rule, we are used to things improving with time and advancement. Take the fields of technology and online gaming, for example, which our continuing to evolve and make our lives easier over time. From the everyday capabilities of smartphones to being able to access the most popular slot sites rated by bestcasino.org.uk, 

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Jose Mourinho hasn’t had the best time in Manchester and his ‘tough love’ treatment to the likes of Juan Mata, Bastian Schweinsteiger, Anthony Martial, Mkhitaryan and Luke Shaw has surprised many Manchester United fans. It’s surprising that none of these players have used their “Player Power” to force a move away or at least speak 

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It has been rumbling on for weeks. The contract situation concerning Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil has been hanging over Arsenal and while the club have failed with yet another title challenge this year, the futures of the pair remain unclear. The longer Arsenal continues this uncertainty, the more concerning it will be for the 

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Another day has passed and yet another couple of moves to China have transpired. The Far East really is trying to make a name for themselves, so who are the lucky few this week? Well, both are indeed exceptionally strange transfers. The first, Brazilian midfielder Hernanes, and the second – much closer to home – 

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A day which saw great progress at Old Trafford – United moving out of 6th (yes, actually), but then moving back to the place they have occupied since November. Manchester United’s 2-0 win over Watford, coupled with Liverpool’s win over Spurs by the same scoreline, meant that there were only 2 points separating 2nd and 

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There is a movement in football at the moment. A big movement. A big man movement. Peter Crouch has just notched up his century of Premier League goals. Andy Carroll looks on the verge of an England recall and Fernando Llorente has been forced to confess he is “happy” at Swansea because of links with 

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