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The Season of Return

by Adam Tighe

Paul Scholes stunned football fans when he made a stunning comeback against Manchester City in January. Having retired from playing for the red half of Manchester at the end of last season, it looked like the extraordinarily talented midfielder had left the pitch for good.

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Flair Icons #19: Matt Le Tissier

Matt Le Tissier

by Paz Bassra (@PazBassra)

Born: 14/10/1968, Guernsey (yes, really)

Clubs: Southampton (540 games, 210 goals in all competitions)

International: England (8 caps, 0 goals), England B (6 caps, 3 goals), England U21 (21 caps,
3 goals)

Xavi Hernández – “His talent was simply out of the norm. He could simply dribble past
seven or eight players but without speed – he just walked past them. For me he was
sensational”.

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Top 5 Candidates for the Wolves Job

by Paz Bassra (@PazBassra)

After Mick McCarthy’s sacking, Wolverhampton Wanderers are on the look out for a new manager to save them from relegation. Here are the top 5 candidates:

5. Neil Warnock:

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The Man in Black 06/02/12

by Joe Kasper

 

A weekend yet again full of debatable and controversial refereeing decisions I’m going to started
with the biggest game of the ten fixtures.

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Balotelli Watch: Week 2

by Tom Stewart

This week started out quietly for Super Mario, as he missed Man City’s 1-0 win over Wigan  on Monday with an ankle injury he aggravated against Liverpool.

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Opinion: Oh Arsene what if?

By Daniel Stafford

Poor old Arsene Wegner, having seen his side make their worst start to a Premiership season Arsenal’s defensive incapability’s have returned with a bang, two consecutive away defeats having been in front on both occasions against supposedly inferior opposition has left Wegner scratching his head again.

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