Premier League – who will go down?

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The premier league relegation battle is one that is tense and fierce as at any given moment a teams situation could change resulting in a trip to the championship which is like going home after your all inclusive holiday. This season the battle is more unpredictable than ever with Norwich,

Why does it keep going wrong for Tim Sherwood?


On the face of it, Tim Sherwood may have nowhere left to go. He’s been given a shot at management by two Premier League clubs, and blown both opportunities. The former Blackburn, Spurs, Portsmouth and Coventry midfielder has earned himself a reputation as somebody who shoots from the lip, and for many,

Gunners firing on all cylinders at Emirates

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The last time Anthony Taylor oversaw a match between Arsenal and Aston Villa at the Emirates the outcome was quite different than the one at the Emirates yesterday.  That time around the match ended 3-1 to Aston Villa with Laurent Koscielny being sent off in the second half.  This time

January Transfer Window Update


As the January Transfer window edges ever closer to deadline day, clubs are locked in negotiations to sign new players in a bid to strengthen their sides before the final football season hurdle. Gabriel Paulista Set For Arsenal Move Arsenal have agreed a fee with Villarreal for defender Gabriel Paulista and going

Kolo Toure: We can still win the title


After Liverpool’s failure to beat Aston Villa, Kolo Toure doesn’t think the result ends their title challenge. Liverpool fought back after going 2-0 down at Anfield with goals from Daniel Sturridge and Steven Gerrard; the Reds are now sitting eight points adrift from league leaders Arsenal. A win would have seen

Benteke’s Goal Drought Continues

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Another week and still no goal form Aston Villa target man Christian Benteke. The big Belgian last scored for the Villa on the 14th of September against Newcastle, a game which they subsequently lost 2-1. This is disappointing to say the least, especially following his superb first season in the