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Turns out Solskjaer can use a flat track bully after all
09:00 Sunday 8th March 2020

For those who remain fervently #LUHG and by extension #OleOut, one of two things will happen in this afternoon’s Manchester Derby, guaranteed. Either Manchester United will scratch out a result to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s ‘extreme…

Can the Little Pea follow the Big Swede with LA Galaxy?
09:00 Friday 24th January 2020

When LA Galaxy announced a new star signing of course it was going to be some ageing castaway from Europe’s major leagues. After all, the MLS is famous for being a retirement league, and the Galaxy are the chief offenders in turning their…

Curt Onalfo Learning It's Not Easy To Replace A Legend
16:58 Tuesday 25th April 2017

What happens when, as a football manager, you take over a championship dynasty that has just lost its iconic boss, desperately needs a roster overhaul, made no major signings in the transfer window, and is now spiraling down the table? New…

Euro 2012 Match Report: Republic of Ireland 0-4 Spain
23:31 Thursday 14th June 2012
By Rob

Republic of Ireland crashed out of Euro 2012 without a sniff of a whimper as they were dominated by a rampant Spain, who strolled to a 4-0 win to top Group C.The Spaniards backed out of their ridiculous 'no striker' tactic and brought Fernando…

The Tardelli Scream
23:02 Monday 19th March 2012

I hate pre-planned celebrations. The (trademarked) Shearer hand in the air, the Robbie Keane acrobatics, the Tim Cahill boxing the corner flag: They do not convey the elation of scoring a goal. The celebrations themselves take the attention…

Villa Keane on Robbie
12:26 Tuesday 10th January 2012

Aston Villa look set to complete the signing of LA Galaxy forward Robbie Keane.The player has been training with the Midlands side today and is expected to finalise the short term deal in the next 24 hours.

Kevin Kilbane: A kick in the privates would have been a far more respectful treatment
13:46 Monday 31st October 2011

Kevin Kilbane, an English born Irish international with far more determent to play for his country than some of his Irish born colleagues, is no more. Well, he still lives, but he doesn't exist any more in Giovanni Trapattoni's plans for the…