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Six things to watch for in the Premier League This Weekend

Six things to watch for in the Premier League This Weekend

Malky Mackay’s last game.   Vincent Tan continued his quest to become the second incarnation of Venky’s this week when in arguably one of the most tactful and considered moves...

Wednesdays Capital One Cup round-up

Wednesdays Capital One Cup round-up

Wednesday's edition of the League Cup not only saw Spurs lose at home again but also David Moyes managed to win a game without Wayne Rooney - is this an early sign of the changing fortunes at...

League Cup Quarter Final Round Up

League Cup Quarter Final Round Up

Yesterday, we had the pleasure of seeing four teams duke it out in the most pointless trophy among England's elite teams - the Capital One Cup. Often used as a reason to give reserves a run...

  1. Malky Mackay’s last game.

     

Vincent Tan continued his quest to become the second incarnation of Venky’s this week when in arguably one of the most tactful and considered moves ever, he sent an email to current manager Malky Mackay, telling him to resign or he’ll be sacked.

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Yesterday, we had the pleasure of seeing four teams duke it out in the most pointless trophy among England's elite teams - the Capital One Cup. Often used as a reason to give reserves a run out, towards the end of the tournament teams generally start to field stronger teams as they have hopes of lifting it. But how did that go last night? Ahead of today's games between Stoke and Man Utd, coupled with Tottenham vs. West Ham United, we take a look back at yesterday's action.

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Wednesday's edition of the League Cup not only saw Spurs lose at home again but also David Moyes managed to win a game without Wayne Rooney - is this an early sign of the changing fortunes at Manchester United?

Tottenham 1 - 2 West Ham

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Until a few days ago there was a bit of a quandary facing the fans and owners of Watford football club. What to do with a problem like Zola? On the one hand Gianfranco Zola had done a great job getting Watford Football Club to the final of the play-offs last season, playing the best football in the Championship and arguably in the country.

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So, where now?

I’m serious, where the fuck do Tottenham Hotspur go now?

Because going into the busiest part of the year with no manager, with players who seem to barely know each other, while only eight points away from the top of the table doesn’t really seem like a good situation to me.

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Yesterday’s UEFA Champions League draw for the first knock-out stages of this season’s competition didn’t fail to excite with the mouth-watering ties it produced. English football is well represented in the Round of 16 this year, with all four Premier League sides making it through their groups, Chelsea and Manchester United as winners and therefore seeds, Manchester City and Arsenal as non-seeded second placers.

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