Liverpool are favourites for the Premier League title and it seems every neutral is behind them… Here are our 10 reasons why

Liverpool are favourites for the Premier League title and everyone, it seems, is rooting for the Reds. Sunday’s 3-2 victory over Manchester City means they are now just four wins away from a first league crown in 24 years. Theirs would be a triumph celebrated beyond Merseyside. But why? Here, We examines 10 reasons why we’re loving the Red revolution… 1) They are the underdogs, we love underdogs During the…

April 14, 2014

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We remember the Africa Cup of Nations Group Stage clash between the Super Eagles & the Walia Antelopes ahead of their upcoming World Cup Qualifier in Addis Ababa. Ahead of the Cup of Nations clash between Nigeria and Ethiopia back in January, there was an atmosphere of concern and nervous trepidation among Super Eagles fans. In our first two group games, against Burkina Faso and Zambia, we remained unbeaten, but…

October 11, 2013

Top Ten: Shock January Transfers

In the wake of the news that Sunderland hit man Darren Bent is on the verge of a big money move to Aston Villa – which, let’s face it, no-one saw coming – join in recalling other eyebrow-raising transfers involving Premiership clubs from January transfer windows. 1. Sol Campbell to Arsenal, 2010 – The veteran centre-back had his contract terminated by mutual consent after making just one (disastrous) appearance…

January 18, 2011

Preview: Wigan v Stoke

Wigan hope to move out of the relegation zone when they welcome Stoke to DW Stadium on Saturday in the English Premier League. Stoke are now a firmly established Premier League side and followed their 12th placing in the 2008-09 season with an 11th-placed finish last season. After 15 matches this campaign, Tony Pulis’ men are in eighth spot on the standings with 20 points, and in their most recent…

December 2, 2010

Wenger Not Obsess About Carling Cup Success

Arsene Wenger last night warned Arsenal fans there was “no guarantee” their trophy drought would end with the Carling Cup in February. The Gunners became the red-hot favourites for the first silverware of the season after reaching the last four. An own goal from Wigan captain Antolin Alcaraz and a second-half strike from Nicklas Bendtner gave the Arsenal the 2-0 win over the Latics. Arsenal have not lifted a trophy…

December 1, 2010