2018 February

Send in the clown: England’s colourful history of matches against Poland

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Months before raising the Jules Rimet trophy in triumph, captain Bobby Moore headed a late equaliser in this friendly at Goodison Park. As a final preparation for hosting the finals, England travelled to Chorzow where a Roger Hunt goal saw them record a narrow win. Seven years after his finest moment Moore had a nightmare […]

Keeping Cardiff up would be better than winning the Champions League, says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

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Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reckons keeping Cardiff up would be better than winning the Champions League. The Bluebirds – who are two points adrift of safety – in desperate need of a win as they battle to avoid an . Solskjaer enjoyed a decorated playing career at Manchester United where he won the Champions League, six […]

Pleasure beach: Blackpool squad on for £5million bonus if they win promotion

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Blackpool will hit the £5m jackpot if they beat West Ham in the Championship play-off final and return to the Premier League. The Seasiders are being driven on by the prospect of a whopping bonus promised by chairman Karl Oyston last summer. Oyston has pledged to cough up the bonus, to be shared among the […]

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain says memories of his goal at the Maracana got him through his injury nightmare

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain last night revealed how his goal in the ­Maracana kept him going through his injury nightmare. was out for nearly six months following a knee ligament injury on the opening day of the season. But he often got out a DVD to watch . It kept the 20-year-old going during the dark days […]

Bayern Munich 2-2 Chelsea (5-4 on pens): Lukaku’s dismal penalty sends Super Cup to Germany after late equaliser

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Jose Mourinho suffered shoot-out heartbreak against Pep ­Guardiola last night – and then launched an angry attack full of sour grapes. gained some sort of revenge for by lifting the Super Cup after a dramatic contest settled by substitute Romelu Lukaku’s weak penalty miss in the shoot-out. Chelsea, who finished with 10 men after Ramires […]

THIS is why I don’t retire: Fergie says he could never walk away from matches like United vs Real Madrid

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Sir Alex Ferguson says occasions like tonight's epic Champions League duel between Manchester United and Real Madrid are the reason he is not considering retirement. Ferguson has been in charge since 1986 and, despite turning 71, the Scot says he has no immediate plans to step down and hand over to his successor after a […]

Cole: This United side primed to end Anfield jinx

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Former Manchester United star Andy ColManchester United chief Ed Woodward has been the victim of protests at his family home by angry fans.— Football Tweent as a Manchester United player came in the 1993/94 season.After breaking their 36-year title drought the season before, Sir Alex Ferguson’s side would go on to repeat the feat, as […]

Martinez backs Maloney to fire Latics to safety

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Roberto Martinez is tipping Shaun Maloney to make a big impact on Wigan's fight for survival. Maloney helped earn Wigan a point when he came on at Norwich on Sunday in what was the Scottish midfielder's first Premier League appearance since October. He has started just two games for the Latics in the cups since […]

FIFA 15: Check out Premier League stars’ likenesses in the demo of EA Sports’ latest offering

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The demo was released on PlayStation earlier today and Premier League fans can now have a bash as one of last year's top three: Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City. And you've got to hand it to the guys and girls over at EA Sports: they've nailed the facial features. Whether it's Thibaut Courtois looking stern, […]

Mark Lawrenson column: Ireland should have dumped sulky Trapattoni in the summer…

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Giovanni Trapattoni should have been sacked in the summer. The knives are out for him after they were demolished by the Germans on Friday night. But it's been obvious since the European Championships that he'd reached his sell-by date. The Republic of Ireland's success was actually arriving at that competition. Give Trap his due, he'd […]