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Stephen Kenny
Stephen Kenny and the Civil War in Irish Football
Alex McCarthy - Sep 9, 2021

It feels like the same old story again: one step forwards and two steps back for Ireland. Having failed to win a competitive game in 12 attempts, with opportunities like home fixtures against Azerbaijan and Luxembourg, Stephen Kenny is still the Republic of Ireland manager. Despite shocking results, there is plenty to debate about whether […]

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Oxford United Weekly Round-Up: Injury News, Takeover Update and Draw Against Gillingham
Dale Ventham, Editor - Sep 26, 2021

It was a busy week for Oxford United. There was good news as Karl Robinson welcome back four players to training while the U’s boss also provided a takeover update before his sides 1-1 draw against Gillingham. Oxford United Weekly Round-Up: Injury Update, Takeover New and Draw Against the Gills Four First Team Players Return […]

Hans-Joachim Watzke
Hans-Joachim Watzke Claims Jadon Sancho Not Appreciated Enough in England

Borussia Dortmund CEO Hans-Joachim Watzke has reiterated his ‘love’ for former player Jadon Sancho, while also claiming that the England winger is not appreciated enough in his home country. Watzke made the comments to German media outlet SPORT1 after Sancho, who has made an indifferent start to life at Manchester United, failed to make it […]

Aston Villa 2021/22
Aston Villa 2021/22 Season Taking Shape Nicely After Victory at Manchester United

A solid 1-0 win away at Manchester United shows that Aston Villa’s 2021/22 season is taking shape nicely after a rocky start

Sunderland head coach
Sunderland Head Coach Lee Johnson Has Welcome Selection Headache 

Sunderland head coach Lee Johnson appears to have the luxury of a selection headache with several players pushing for a first team place.

Premier League predictions
Premier League Predictions Matchday Six: Part Two
Tom Cunningham, Editor - Sep 24, 2021

With five games gone in the Premier League season, we are now seeing more and more teams find their form, especially as the fixtures begin to pile up. And matchday six should showcase that form for many teams, as highlighted in part one of this week’s Premier League predictions, which you can read here. In […]

Thiago Alcantara injury
Thiago Alcantara Injury Reiterates Key Trait Liverpool Are Missing Without Georginio Wijnaldum

Five, soon to be six, games into the Premier League season, Liverpool are without three of their  eight first-team midfielders. Naby Keita, Thiago Alcantara, and, in heartbreaking fashion, Harvey Elliott, have all been hit with the dreaded injury bug. Now, of course, losing under half of your central midfield options doesn’t exactly present a crisis, […]

Paolo Dybala Contract
Paulo Dybala Contract: Juventus Forward Close to New Deal

Juventus are close to securing a new Paulo Dybala contract, according to Fabrizio Romano. The forward will become a free agent in the summer. Paulo Dybala Contract: Forward to Agree New Juventus Deal Paulo Dybala Stepped Up for Juventus in Cristiano Ronaldo Absence With Cristiano Ronaldo having moved on to Manchester United, it’s left the […]

Oxford United home form
Oxford United Home Form: Next Two Fixtures Crucial
Dale Ventham, Editor - Sep 23, 2021

Having failed to win on the road this season, Oxford United will be looking to take advantage of their solid home form with back to back games. Karl Robinson’s side welcome Gillingham on Saturday before Accrington Stanley visit Grenoble Road on Tuesday night. It is this Oxford United home form that could play a key […]