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Why Liverpool must not be Bullied into selling Suarez on the cheap

Why Liverpool must not be Bullied into selling Suarez on the cheap

Messi, Neymar and Suarez it sounds like a ridiculously formidable forward line and as each day goes by it seems the Suarez to Barcelona move is becoming increasingly more imminent. However, with the Uruguayan forward having that four month ban from all footballing activities hanging over his head after his bite on Giorgio Chiellini it’s easy to forget that Liverpool ... Read More »

The ‘Javier Hernandez’ Dilemma

The ‘Javier Hernandez’ Dilemma

You have one of the world’s most respected striker at your disposal. An excellent human being and is always devoted to the club. But when you have two other strikers at your club who go by the names of Rooney and Robin Van Persie it is hard to get him some playing time from the manager’s point of view. But ... Read More »

Who do United turn to next? Odds on the next manager

Who do United turn to next? Odds on the next manager

With those in charge of Manchester United making the decision to remove David Moyes as their manager this week, Footyblog.net takes a look at who could be the next permanent manager of the 2012/13 Premier League champions and the odds on the next manager of the club. Ryan Giggs – Odds: 20/1 The 40-year-old has been appointed ‘caretaker manager’ until ... Read More »

Footyblog.net Premier League predictions

Footyblog.net Premier League predictions

All week here at Footyblog.net, we have been asking you the fans to vote on the key matters still to be settled in the final month of the Premier League season. Here are the results. The Title Race It’s clear to see after Arsenal’s recent decline that the Premier League title race is between three teams. Liverpool are currently top ... Read More »

Leicester City Secure Promotion Back To Premier League

Leicester City Secure Promotion Back To Premier League

For the first time in 10 years, Leicester City will be back in England’s top-flight as they clinched a spot in next year’s Premier League field of 20 by way of a 2-1 win over Sheffield Wednesday on Friday night, coupled with losses from both QPR and Derby County on Saturday. Those results gave The Foxes a commanding 19 point lead over ... Read More »

The humbling

The humbling

I like yourself have the inevitable friend (or friends if you’re particularly unlucky) that is a Manchester United fan.  For most of my life these fans have been plaguing me, with there happy-go-lucky attitude towards being down 3 – 0 after 70 mins.  It used to be fine for them in the Ferguson era.  Even in this position they would’ve ... Read More »

Chelsea Come Unglued Against Villa

Chelsea Come Unglued Against Villa

Chelsea’s title aspirations took a major hit on Saturday evening as they succumbed to Aston Villa 1-0 at Villa Park, thanks in large part to a controversial red card shown to Willian on 68 minutes. The result still leaves Chelsea top of the table on 66 points, but they now have only a 6 point lead over Manchester City while ... Read More »

Why Alan Pardew Should Be Out At Newcastle

Why Alan Pardew Should Be Out At Newcastle

A football manager is supposed to epitomize what their club is about, they’re supposed to lead by example, maintain a calm demeanor, and project an air of professionalism at all times. These are all things Alan Pardew FAILED to do yesterday at the KC Stadium, where he attempted to head-butt Hull MF David Meyler during Newcastle’s 4-1 victory, a victory overshadowed ... Read More »

The February Farce

The February Farce

Once again we arrive at February.  A month which has become synonymous with Arsenal’s season imploding.  After the heavy defeat to Liverpool at the weekend and with a less than pretty fixture list coming up at over the next 3 weeks, could this spell the end of the title race for Wenger and his talented group? The humbling defeat at ... Read More »

Arsenal Face Crucial Away Test

Arsenal Face Crucial Away Test

As we head into the latter half of the Premier League campaign, each game takes on an elevated sense of importance and this weekend is no different with league leaders Arsenal facing a stern test as they pay Liverpool a visit at lunchtime. The Gunners are set to take on Liverpool without the services of January signing Kim Kallstrom, dynamic midfielder Aaron ... Read More »