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Five Capital One questions to be answered

clock January 6, 2014 14:11 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Five questions ahead of this week's Capital One Cup double header [More]


Blues must extend their Lampard love affair

clock January 10, 2013 16:45 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Chelsea must try to keep Frank Lampard, reckons Frank Malley [More]


Premier League winners and losers

clock August 27, 2012 11:02 by author Irish Examiner Sports
Torres has his mojo back, Michael Laudrup can’t stop smiling and Wayne Rooney’s gash might be a blessing in disguise. Ger McCarthy casts a critical eye over the weekend’s Barclays Premier League winners and losers. [More]


Predicting the top four

clock July 23, 2012 17:00 by author Irish Examiner Sports
The new Premier League campaign is fast approaching and most top-flight clubs are in the midst of summer tours. Ger McCarthy looks at how Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United are shaping up and predicts next season’s top four. [More]


Inside the head of Carlos Tevez

clock September 28, 2011 23:03 by author Michael
So what was Carlos Tevez thinking as he sat on the bench at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday night.
Michael Moynihan goes all Derren Brown on us and has come up with the following transcript......
. . . but the real question is this - how much does ten million pounds buy back in Argentina? [More]


City won't be put off by lack of January bargains

clock December 31, 2010 18:54 by author Irish Examiner Sports
January may be a terrible time to buy, but Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is ready to seize the day as the transfer window opens, writes Frank Malley [More]


Mano a Mano - for the pride of Manchester

clock January 19, 2010 13:30 by author Tony
Liam Mackey on tonight's appetising Carling Cup semi final between Manchester's giants. [More]


Adebayor sale leaves Wenger with much to ponder

clock July 19, 2009 22:53 by author Darren Norris
While Arsenal have got a good deal for Emmanuel Adebayor Darren Norris feels it leaves them short of options up front. [More]


Which shade of blue will JT be truest to?

clock July 14, 2009 16:47 by author Andrew Fifield
With John Terry and Man City making eyes at each other, Roman Abramovich now knows what the rest of the Premier League felt when the Russian first rolled into English football in 2003, writes Andy Fifield [More]




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