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Is John Terry Finished?

Over the years, this same article has been written time and time again. Each time, it’s been proven to be wrong – John Terry, the Chelsea legend and captain, just won’t ever become finished. He’s managed to refine his game, get through tough spells, and stay a consistent part of the golden era of Chelsea

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Guardiola and Intensity Mythbusting

For years, people have had to listen to English press ‘experts’ thump their chest and tell us that Premier League matches are harder than any other. The story goes that, in La Liga, the Bundesliga, Serie A and every other league, you have a few hard fixtures. In the Premier League, though, all 38 are

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Is David Moyes Doomed on Wearside?

After eight games, Sunderland fans are probably worried already. Sunderland have started this season the same way as they do with any manager – terribly. For years now, the club has been in a horrible malaise that sees the club lurch to disaster before somehow finding their way out. This summer, the club lost their

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The Thankful Death of the ‘Football Man’

At the weekend, as we usually do, we watched various shows to try and gather news and views from across the beautiful game. One interaction that we came across, though, was absolutely exceptional. Tim Sherwood, arguably the most ‘Football Man’ of all the Football Men out there, ripped to pieces Antonio Conte. Following the 3-0

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