English Football

Paul Scholes had 17 years at Manchester United, and was renown as one of the best midfielders in his generation, from the likes of Zinidine Zidane and Xavi, as well as all the fans of the Premier League throughout his career. He scored some fantastic goals in the Man Utd shirt, and some are regarded the best goals ever scored in Premier League history. Paul Scholes also played for England from 1998 to 2004, in two World Cups and two European Championships. Since Paul Scholes retired from international football, the team has decreased in quality and always wanted Scholes to…

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Last season was an incredible season in the Premier League, as the whole league was as tight as it’s ever been. The bottom sides were taking points from the top sides, all the top sides were beating each other, and we witnessed a fantastic season. But I what I found most exciting last season was the ability the top 6 showed towards the end of the season, and all could potentially win the league this season. Manchester United Obviously Manchester United have a great chance of winning the league, with them being Champions and probably favourites to as well. They…

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While he may have only signed a two year contract at Chelsea in June, it would be fair to say that most people expected Roberto Di Matteo to last a lot longer than 262 days. However, following a month of dreadful results, the Blues have decided to remove the former MK Dons manager from his position and replace him with none other than Rafael Benitez. There certainly would have been a good betting bonus on that ever happening. The saga is quite incredible when you look back just one month, which was the time where Chelsea were sat top of…

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After claiming the Barclays Premier League trophy by pipping rivals Manchester United to the post on goal difference last season, Manchester City will hope to win further silverware in this campaign and cement their position as the dominant team in English football. After such a dramatic end to the season, manager Roberto Mancini would much prefer a less nerve-wracking victory in any of the competitions City are competing in this season – the Capital One Cup, the FA Cup, the Champions League, and, of course, the Premier League itself. Man City last won the FA Cup in 2011, beating Stoke…

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