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King and Carragher live the dream

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IT IS SAID that every young English boy dreams of playing football for England.

But the games in those dreams are never played in Minsk, Almaty or Dnipropetrovsk.

Which means that Ledley King and Jamie Carragher have made Matthew Upson look like a bit of a fool. Read the rest of this entry »


Job title costs Tigers their honeymoon period

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IAIN DOWIE began his tenure as Hull City manager today, watching his new side lose 3-2 at Portsmouth.

Except he did not begin his tenure as manager on Saturday.

He began his tenure as football management consultant. Read the rest of this entry »

Alonso’s action affects Button’s 2010 ambition

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LAST Wednesday Ferrari revealed Formula 1’s worst kept secret – Fernando Alonso will drive their cars from next season.

This news was as not surprising as a perfectly healthy person waking up in the morning. Read the rest of this entry »

Owen swaps Magpies for medals

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THIS week Manchester United made two new signings – Antonio Valencia from Wigan and Michael Owen.

One of those signings, Valencia, is not surprising, but the purchase of 29-year-old Owen certainly is. Read the rest of this entry »

Phil Brown – literally

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HULL CITY have been quiet so far in the summer transfer market.

This can only be attributed to one factor – Phil Brown is on holiday and I am all in favour of that.

The thing I am most looking forward about the start of the Premier League season is seeing exactly what colour Brown will be after his jollies.

I think I can guess the type of holiday the Hull manager goes on. Read the rest of this entry »

Written by Andrew Brook

June 16, 2009 at 6:28 pm