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Superbowl XLVII: Battle of the Brothers

This time last year,…Continue

Tags: san, francisco, baltimore, ravens, 49ers

Started Feb 3, 2013

Villa's Demise Drops To New Lows
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I've always had a bit of a soft spot for Aston Villa.…Continue

Tags: premier league, lambert, o'neill, mcleish, villa

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vanvillan Dec 30, 2012.

F1 2013: The Shake-Up Begins

Sunday 17th March 2013. A date for your diaries - the first race of the 2013 Formula One calendar,…Continue

Tags: F1, Formula One

Started Nov 5, 2012

 

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Am 19, and studying Journalism at City University London. I write a hell of a lot about Man United, the rest of the Premier League, how horrible international football is, the NFL, F1, tennis, the Olympics... I'm just a massive sports junkie. No, really.

Adam Mills's Blog

Is Football A Religion?

I spoke at great length to a man on the way home from the Man United vs. West Brom game last Sunday. He was an elder gentleman, eager to discuss his life and stories of years gone by.

He told me about his family, his job, his pets, to name just a few topics. We spoke about the great United teams of…

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Posted on March 12, 2012 at 17:01 — 2 Comments

The Martin O'Neill Effect

Take one Northern Irish manager, add a passionate football club in the North East of England, and give it an absolutely massive kick up the proverbial. It's an equation for success, as proven with a monumental climb up the table. Ladies and gentlemen, this is the Martin O'Neill effect.

When O'Neill took over from Steve Bruce in early…

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Posted on February 19, 2012 at 20:36 — 2 Comments

AVB: Time To Trust

Back in June 2011, the man of the moment Andre Villas-Boas took the reigns at Chelsea, and in doing so became the most expensive managerial appointment world football has ever seen.

His £13.3m price tag automatically put a lot of weight on his shoulders, and expectations were high for the now 34 year-old, who won four trophies in just two seasons…

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Posted on February 17, 2012 at 23:16 — 2 Comments

England's Equality Stance Fails Miserably

This week's hardly been great. The FA lose a manager after removing the allegedly racist captain. The new managerial candidates will be discriminated against should they not be British. Micah Richards leaves Twitter after a three month torrent of racial abuse. And Luis Suarez refuses to shake the hand of Patrice Evra, inciting outrage after the previous…

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Posted on February 12, 2012 at 12:11 — 5 Comments

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