July 14, 2012 in ,

In this weeks installment we look at a little Italian attacker that took the Premier League by storm in the mid 1990s. Thats right its oh no, not him were talking about Benito Carbone.

July 13, 2012 in

Earlier this afternoon John Terry was cleared of racially assaulting Anton Ferdinand during a match between Chelsea and Queens Park Rangers last season. Terry was accused of using the words f**king black c**t towards the QPR defender and when footage of the incident appeared on the internet just moments after the game, John Terry seemed to be damned. The former England Captain would admit to using the words, but explained he was only repeating the words he thought he was accused of using. The magistrate in London found that whilst he did not necessarily believe Anton Ferdinand lied when he said he did not make any such accusation towards Terry, it was quite possible that Terry believed that Ferdinand did, and so used the aforementioned wordsto deny that he had actually said them.

July 13, 2012 in

As a life-long, die-hard Arsenal fan our recent drought in trophies is becoming an increasing concern for me and a source of almost constant frustration. But do I have a right to be so wound up? Most Arsenal fans would exclaim “of course,” Manchester United and City would smugly agree and so would Chelsea. They have money, they are a constant threat for titles and their fans are so annoyingly self-assured. But what about Newcastle, Tottenham, Liverpool and Everton fans? Under Wenger we haven’t failed to qualify for the Champions League once, we’ve reached two cup finals since our last title win, last season we closed a seemingly impossible 10 point gap with Spurs and of all our main competitors the only ones to end the season with 6 points from us were Manchester United. On paper it looks pretty good; we’ve not won anything for 7 years, but nor have many teams. So it’s not so bad right?

July 12, 2012 in ,

With Manchester City tying up Roberto Mancini’s contract, it seems the owners have finally found someone that they trust when spending their seemingly endless supply of cash. However, after winning the FA Cup the year before and following that up with finally winning the Premier League title this year – it would seem that Mancini has the foundations of his squad firmly in place. Regular income from Champions League TV rights, prolonged participation in domestic cups and the release of many of their fringe players will start to stabilise the massive dent City have created in their accounts but with the likes of Joe Hart, Vincent Kompany, David Silva, Yaya Toure and Sergio Aguero – the feeling is that Mancini will build on this rather than buying masses of players.

July 12, 2012 in ,

Man City winning the league has allowed me to do a fair bit of strong-arming on here. Whether it was has been basking in our rags to riches glory or writing entire articles about the end of Uniteds golden age, Ive been using the license granted to me unapologetically. Well, with the new season approaching and things resetting back to zero, I feel I too need to re-balance the scales. So here is my atonement: the biggest wastes of Sheikh Mansours money When we waste money, we WASTE MONEY.

Robinho; £32.5 million from Real Madrid

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