With news that Wayne Rooney will likely be moving on to pastures new, there has been considerable pages dedicated to pondering the why’s and where’s of his move. What is arguably more interesting to the forward-thinking United fan is who will replace the England striker? Who are the men Fergie could look to as replacements?Fergie’s Summer Shopping List Revealed?
Written by Thom Alexander. After yesterday’s somewhat uncomfortable revelation that the official Man United siteHodgson set to be unveiled as Liverpool manager?
Early reports are today suggesting that the Fulham manager, Roy Hodgson, is set to take over at Premiership rivals Liverpool.England’s opponents – Germany
By Thom Alexander. After a tense, yet ultimately successful, final group game, England have littleEngland’s opponents – Slovenia
Few would have predicted it, but England go into the final game against Slovenia know that anything but a victory could see them eliminated from the World Cup at the Group Stage. Indeed, Group C is one of the most open pots, with each side having the chance of progress and even the (literal) lottery of drawing lots a possibility.Preview of England’s opponents – Algeria
After the mixed emotions of Saturday’s match against the USA, England will be looking to get their campaign back on track in Friday’s match against Algeria.Review of England’s opponents – USA
By Thom Watt. When the 2010 World Cup groups were drawn, England fans could beThe last mile is always the longest
By Thom Watt. With only two hurdles to negotiate before the destination of the PremiershipTitles aren’t won in a week, but they can certainly be lost – Just ask Arsene Wenger
By Thomas Watt. This season Arsenal have been written off more times than Premiership footballer’sIt’s been a strange season for Liverpool and could get stranger still
By Guest Writer Thomas Watt. Liverpool have effectively been out of the title race sinceIt’s been a mixed week for the English clubs in European Competition
By Thomas Watt. Liverpool and Fulham put in fine displays to see off first rate