Ajax: A Win for Football

This Champions League campaign fas been full of surprises. One of this year’s semi-finals is made up of two teams no one would have expected to be there; Tottenham and Ajax. The Amsterdam side secured a vital 0-1 away win in the first leg and look to be in pole position to reach their first

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A Big Day at the Top

When you reach this late stage of the season, with both domestic and European football approaching their conclusions, midweek matches seem to become much more frequent. This particularly Wednesday night is going to be a very influential one at the top of the Premier League table. Arsenal face a tricky trip to Molineux and Old

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Manchester City’s European Nightmare

Last night’s Champion’s League encounter was a thoroughlly enjoyable one for spectators, but the outcome won’t have pleased Manchester City fans. Pep Guardiola’s side went into the match 0-1 down on aggregate; not an ideal situation, but not one which looked impossible to overcome. Harry Kane’s ankle injury sustained in the first leg ruled him

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Unacceptable: four Chelsea fans face bans from attending matches after Sterling abuse.

Prejudice against particularly groups within football is something we are seeing much less now than we have in the past. Only recently, British football displayed magnificent support for the LGBTQ community through the use of rainbow laces and armbands displaying much greater acceptance of all sexualities. Despite this improvement, there’s still some way to go

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