I’d like to say the fixture computer left the best to last this weekend, but Burnley and WBA got it on on Monday night.   Sunday gave us the delights of Middlesboro playing host to Chelsea in the battle of which manager would look a special kind of sultry moody.   It’s almost as if 

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International games come in again to kill the vibe for all English Premier League lovers this means no football for one weekend to come, but feels like forever. As of now we have a clear picture of how tough the top four will be this season. Many  — including football betting tips websites — would 

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All players decline with age no matter how gifted they are. However, some players are able to adapt their play to emphasize technical ability and intelligence over physicality, and are able to make an impact in the best leagues in the world well past their physical peaks.   3. Frank Lampard What Frank Lampard has 

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Football as a spectator sport in the U.S. used to be the object of ridicule by the press. Now, Premier League Football coverage is getting a shot at capturing the hearts of sports fans in the States – and this time it will work. Americans are passionate about sports, and the Premier League is already 

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We witnessed yet again the wonders and drama that the Premier League delivers week in week out.   Everton 2 Liverpool 2 The honours were all even after a tasty Merseyside derby. Everton had to come from 2-0 down to draw level, and a point was about right for both sides. Liverpool took the lead 

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  Chelsea 4 Norwich 1 Chelsea were victorious at Stamford Bridge, putting aside their many off-field problems and sending them top of the pile. Endless Court Cases, disciplinary charges and Twitter rows surrounded the Blues, and eleven minutes in, things got worse as Norwich hero Grant Holt scored to put the visitor’s ahead. But after 

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After compiling a list of my top 10 defenders and strikers, I decided to do something similar on the best glovemen we have seen over the last 20 years. Like previous top 10 lists, the rankings are based on a number of aspects, including quality, trophies and longevity.   10. Jussi Jaaskelainen – Clubs: Bolton, 

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After the unquestionable snooze fest that was World Cup 2010, I thoroughly enjoyed Euro 2012. There was much more of an attacking intent from the teams involved, but one constant remained: Spain again emerged victorious, showing the importance of creation, movement and being able to keep possession. The Spanish method, it would appear, has resonated 

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With just a day to go until the start of the 2012/13 Premier League campaign, PitchSideTalk looks at some of the best business completed so far. Oscar dos Santos Emboaba Junior, Internacional to Chelsea, £25million. Chelsea Football Club have completed the signing of 20-year-old Oscar from Brazilian club Internacional. Priced at £25-million, the youngster is 

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