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Hull City secured a place in the FA Cup semi-finals for only the second time following a 3-0 victory over Sunderland.
Gus Poyet refused to look for excuses after Sunderland were knocked out of the FA Cup after a 3-0 defeat at Hull City.
David Meyler says his celebration was a just a joke and that he is focused on his football after Hull reached the FA Cup semi-final.
Is this the closest race for the top-four spots ever? Martin Tyler's stats say almost - but not quite...
Beags blogs on Eddie Howe's success, Craig Hignett's golf and what he'd do at the World Cup.
Kammy expects the FA to come down hard on Alan Pardew and fears for Fulham's survival hopes.
Who are this season's under-performers? We use WhoScored.com data to pick a top flight eleven.
Sunday 9th March 2014
Chelsea is lucky in front of non contenders teams, they do not drop points easily, it will be a real fight in each game for each team in the PL, Chelsea could win it as City are not allowed to drop any point but they will, Liverpool...
It needs an earthquake to remove Chelsea from the top, but nothing is impossible, things are obviously going their way, next week they have a normal game when Liverpool and Arsenal having tough tests, if Liverpool beat MU next Sunday,...
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.
FanZoner Michael Graham says Paolo Di Canio's stubbornness meant Sunderland had no choice but to remove the boss from the spotlight he craved.
Sunderland FanZone blogger Michael Graham believes the return of Wes Brown could be one of the biggest fillips of all for the club this season.
Sunderland FanZoner Michael Graham acknowledges the risk of Paolo Di Canio's summer overhaul but is glad just to have some excitement again.