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Time to clear the air on Cesc Fabregas


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Before I start this article, I wish to spare a few words for Tito Vilanova. Barcelona called for an unexpected press conference with news that Tito is set to resign after a second relapse in his fight against cancer.  The fact that Vilanova wanted to continue his tenure as Barca boss after his treatments in New York shows he’s a very determined person. It’s heart-warming to know he went out a champion in his dream job.  I wish him all the best and hope he is successful in beating this cancer.

Now for Cesc….

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Manchester United’s Defense Showing Progress While Complacency Simply Won’t Go Away


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Personally, I don’t think I’ve witnessed such a poor performance from Arsenal against United. If there was any confirmation of the gulf in class between the two teams, it was confirmed on Saturday. With Manchester United barely getting out of second gear and Arsenal’s limp display, it made for a disappointing spectacle. Read the full story

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The true injury league table?!


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Are Manchester United jinxed with a r

ecurring catalogue of injuries? Manchester United last season suffered the worst injury list, with 39 serious injuries resulting in the players involved being unavailable for selection for a combined total of 1681 days!

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More benign Manchester United miscellany?!


Super Scots: Martin Buchan, Gordon Strachan and Choccy Eclair (Brian Mc’Clair ) have all won the Scottish footballer of the year award . In 1971, 1980 and 1987.

Teams we love to hate: When will they join the party? Effing perch that is Liverpool!

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Sir Alex Ferguson’s reaction to Arsenal winning a trophy this season!


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When did Arsenal last win a

trophy? Yes that’s correct an FA Cup in 2005 – 7 years ago.

In Arsene Wenger we trust is the cry from the Emirates library faithful. Yet can the 2nd longest serving English Premiership manager survive the murmurs of discontent with his ineptitude, diligence in strict fiscal control in balancing the north London’s clubs accounts. Read the full story

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This season’s Golden Boot winner in a nutshell? All you need to know!


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With the Barclay’s Premiership season 2012 /13 a mere 3 games completed in most teams calendar, of the grueling 38 match campaign. It’s worth having a look at the runner’s and riders in the race at this

early stage for the prestigious Golden Boot award:

1. Sergio Aguero. Clearly a strong contender having registered 23 goals in just 34 games last season for Manchester City , which was his first season for the Citizens .The quality of David Silva and man – mountain Yaya Toure will create and provide a host of assists for Kun .The Argentine still only 24 a fans favorite of the loyal Etihad faithful. Whom have this strange trait of turning their backs on their team, during a match. Poznan you say! Aguero likely to be right at the top of the table come the season end, should he stay injury free.

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