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De Boer debacle shows Crystal Palace identity crisis

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish

Crystal Palace made their new coach, Frank De Boer, their former coach as they look set to replace him with Roy Hodgson. The Dutchman became the first managerial sacking of the season in the Premier League after Burnley’s New Zealand striker Chris Wood scored his second goal in as many matches for his new side to leave Palace rock bottom ... Read More »

Get to know the Champions League minnows

Minnows

The Champions League is a stage for Europe’s elite; a stage on which Real Madrid, Barcelona and Manchester United have all shined on in the past. But it’s not all glitz and glamor for sides that qualify because sometimes you get drawn against teams who may have qualified for the first time or have little-known players in their ranks. Read More »

What’s In a Number? Do They Really Matter?

With news starting to break that Manchester United are ‘apparently’ reserving their iconic number 7 shirt for French international star Antoine Griezmann, it begs the questions as to just what is it about certain shirt numbers that make the professionals so needy? Read More »

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