David Moyes has written to Manchester United fans after a season more difficult than he expected.
Birmingham City owner Carson Yeung has been jailed for six years for money laundering.
Daniel Agger has defended his tackle on Jack Wilshere which left the Arsenal and England man with a broken foot.
Wales captain Ashley Williams believes "super-human" Gareth Bale can propel them to Euro 2016.
Jamie Redknapp joins Ed Draper as they look ahead to Chelsea versus Tottenham.
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Matt Stanger on why there are flashes of light at the end of a long tunnel at Blackburn Rovers.
Beags blogs on Eddie Howe's success, Craig Hignett's golf and what he'd do at the World Cup.
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Merse says Chelsea will edge Spurs on Saturday, while Cardiff, Norwich and Man Utd will also win.
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Former Cardiff boss Malky Mackay joins Ben and Kammy on a crunch weekend for the Bluebirds.
Former colleagues Keith Hill and David Flitcroft share some laughs ahead of Bury's clash with Rochdale.
While Moyes definitely inherited a greatly declining squad - I believe Ferguson got out at exactly the right time - he has proven that he is not up to the task of the magnitude of managing Manchester United. I really questioned his...
this about transition and more time is getting to my head, the first mistake this idiot made was to get rid of the more experience backroom staff and replace them with these Underachieving students, you made it difficult for your...
"Away from home the travelling fans have remained the best in the country while at Old Trafford your unwavering faith has been noticeable and hugely welcomed." I'm sorry, but have we been witnessing the same United...
Why didn't Roy Hodgson play some of the younger talent England have? Instead we witnessed the same old faces, most of them running around like headless chickens. Surely you must now know the qualities of Wilshere, Gerrard,...
i have no idea why john terry is not even considered for this world cup. he is statistically the best defender in the PL this season and hodgson says there is no way back for him at all. can't wrap my head around that one. Carrick...
Last season RVP won us the league. The goals he scored were not team goals; they were awesome individual efforts! The team has been lacking for a while and I fully believe if RVP had have got his injury last year rather than this...
when will people realise that David Moyes is not kicking the football. He has proven himself as one of the best managers in the league but he has an ageing squad. a few signings and united will be back at the top of the table.
i can sense alot of championship manager players out there today and its all good you all having the answers to the problems but its implementing them thats the problem for all managers, yes rooney is on 300k a week but if you did...
Soldado hasn't been a huge success just yet, that is obvious. However, when he was first in the team under AVB we were very reluctant to play a number 10 to get up and help Soldado. The first time Sherwood decided to play with...
No matter what you think Saldado has had a very poor 1st season so far. He may come good given time. I remember spurs bought him along with aload more players and thought they would be title contenders and that didn't work out...
Simon Thomas is joined by Burnley manager Sean Dyche to preview the weekend's games in the Sky Bet Championship, League One and League Two. Also in HD
Former Arsenal striker Dennis Bergkamp looks back on his time in north London and gives his thoughts on the Gunners' current title challenge, as a statue of the Dutchman is unveiled. Also in HD
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