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Bacary Sagna says Bradley Johnson broke his leg on purpose

Bacary Sagna says Bradley Johnson broke his leg on purpose

Arsenal defender reckons Norwich man deliberately broke his leg…

Thierry Henry

Don’t do it, Tel

Arsenal want to re-sign Thierry Henry, but you should never go back. Just say no…

Wayne Bridge

Wayne Bridge hasn’t retired already?

If you’ve seen any of the papers this morning or been on the BBC website among others you’d probably have seen that Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini says he hopes Wayne Bridge leaves the club in January. If memory serves he was one of City’s first big-money signings when they got loaded, similarly to how he […]

Rooney’s Champions League Football Preview

by Thomas Rooney If only to avoid talking about Norwich’s last two results, I have decided to focus my football betting on the Champions League this week. It is a competition that is really getting going and as ever, the British based teams will be in action over Tuesday and Wednesday night. I’ll be previewing […]

Champions League football preview

by Thomas Rooney There isn’t much rest for the Premier League’s top players. The majority of Arsenal, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea’s players were involved in international fixtures last week and after returning to Premier League action at the weekend – it is now time for some Champions League football. In terms of football betting, […]

Memorable Football Kits: Arsenal 1988-91

Don’t really need to say much about this apart from two words: Michael. Thomas – and if you’re too young to know what I’m talking about, just watch this… [youtube=]

Why did Gibbs start? If I were to hazard a guess…

A lot of people (including myself) were a little surprised that Kieran Gibbs started against West Brom on Saturday. Then I came across this on the Arsenal site and it became a little clearer. I think it is fair to say that realistically the West Brom game was the least important of the run-in. If you look at our […]

Champions League Quarter Final (Second Leg) Predictions

It’s time to turn our attention briefly away from the hustle and bustle of the Championship and the East Anglian Derby, and take a look at the Champions League Quarter-Finals. I’ve tried to resist but as I can’t help myself I’ve made a few predictions… Chelsea vs. Fenerbahce. The Turks take a slim lead to […]

Champions League Quarter-Final (First Leg) Predictions

It’s time to turn our attention away from the basement battle in the Championship for a moment and take a look at the Champions League Quarter-Finals. Four English teams make up last eight this season which is a real achievement and we already know that at least one side will make the semi-finals, but how […]

Grand Slam Sunday – are you ready to be underwhelmed?

Easter isn’t the only over-hyped and overly-commercial event occurring this weekend, as we also usher in the second Grand Slam Sunday of the season. If there’s anyone out there who doesn’t know what “Grand Slam Sunday” is, please allow me to explain: Grand Slam Sunday is when all of England’s “Big Four” clubs play each […]

What is the best league in Europe?

After four English teams reached the Quarter Finals of the Champions League Sir Alex Ferguson has hailed the Premier League as the best in Europe. That’s a pretty big statement to make, but with the English league contributing 50% of the remaining teams in the world’s premier club competition you can kind of see why. […]


Oh man, that’s not pretty.

If only life was really like this…

Picture the scene. It’s Sunday 17th April 2008 and Ipswich Town are hosting Norwich City in the derby at Portman Road. Goals from Dion Dublin, Darren Huckerby and Chris Brown (yes, that Chris Brown) give the Canaries a well deserved 3-0 victory over their old rivals to tie up the Championship title and promotion to […]

FA Cup Fifth Round Predictions

It’s FA Cup time again. The round matches take place this weekend, so as per the norm let’s make a few predictions… Bristol Rovers vs. Southampton (Live on BBC1 from 12:10 on Saturday): The game most likely to provide an upset (hence it being televised), I don’t think we will see any surprises. My prediction: […]

Richest clubs in the world

Deloitte have published their latest Football Money League. It is based on revenues generated during 2006/2007 but does not take into account transfer activity or profitability, and surprise surprise three English clubs are in the top five and seven British clubs make up the top twenty. The official top ten richest clubs in the world […]