• Why Manchester City Now Owe A Tiny Spanish Club A Huge Favour

    On July 18th, Euan McTear wrote, Until a few years ago, Girona was best known by foreigners as the little Catalan town with an airport that Ryanair considered close enough to Barcelona to drop off planeload after planeload of tourists. Now, however, times are changing and the town’s football team is putting Girona on the map for a far more impressive reason—with a little help from Game of Thrones, which films in the town’s streets. ...

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  • Morning Editorial: Short Termism Always Beats Loyalty, so Claudio Ranieri Had To Be Sacked

    Saturday 9am  “First Pie-gate, now Claudio, what has happened to the game?” “If this is modern football, you’re welcome to it, no loyalty anymore” The reaction to the news that Leicester City have sacked Claudio Ranieri was incredibly interesting to hear. The feelings of a total lack of respect, a slap in the face for loyalists everywhere frantically questioning what has happened to the game. Money. Money has happened to the game. ...

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  • Morning Editorial: Dele Alli Collides With Inevitability At Wembley

    Friday, 9am. Oh Dele, what did you do? So it happened. The moment which has been looming inevitably over Dele Alli's career arrived at Wembley last night, with his aggressively reckless tackle costing Tottenham a place in the next round of the Europa League. ...

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  • MOTW: The Importance Of Sadio Mane To Liverpool On Show As He Sinks Tottenham

    Sadio Mane's worth to Liverpool was seldom in doubt, during the African Cup of Nations, Liverpool looked sluggish. However, it perhaps wasn't expected that Mane would, infact, be one of Liverpools most important players this early on his career. His two goals at Anfield, which gave Liverpool their first Premier League win in 2017, moved Liverpool back into the top 4. If Liverpool are to hold any chance of Champions League qualification then much of this is reliant on the availability of Sadio Mane ...

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  • Impressive Liverpool, Struggling Crystal Palace & On Fire Swansea Earn 58 Players Share Of Prize Pot

    Sadio Mane lifted the gloom around Liverpool as his double put Tottenham to the sword. The result was a welcome three points for Jurgen Klopp's men and it is a result they must build on to secure Champions League football next season. That win, alongside victories for Stoke City and Swansea City, with draws between Middlesbrough and Everton and West Ham and West Brom ensured 58 players each took home £34.48 absolutely FREE. Here is how Gameweek 21 played out ...

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