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  1. If Bolton can change, England certainly can

    Under the influence of Owen Coyle, Bolton Wanderers have spent this season surprising and dazzling onlookers with their new found appreciation for flowing football. The reinvention of the Trotters is a fantastic example of how a manager can transform a team by instilling belief and direction in his players; two things the English national side are in desperate need of.


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  2. And You Are Now Grounded

    After a thoroughly convincing win in the Barclays Premier League this past weekend, Manchester United crashed back to down to earth following their dismal display at Upton Park.
    In a candid interview before the game, former treble-winning United defender, David May, voiced his concerns about the current crop of youth players at the club not being good enough, and, based on the poor performance against West Ham United, he may not be far off.


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  3. West Ham 4 United 0: A Car-ling Crash

    In wintery setting at Upton Park, Manchester United slipped to an unforgivable 4-0 defeat to West Ham United in the Quarter-Finals of the Carling Cup. American Jonathan Spector scored two first-half goals to shock his former employers, but United were then subjected to even further shame as Carlton Cole bagged a brace after half-time to seal West Ham’s place in the next round of the competition.


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  4. Pep: He is the Special One

    Going into last night ‘El Classico’ at Barcelona’s Camp Nou, the news had been dominated by Real Madrid coach, Jose Mourinho. The self claimed Special One was where he loves being, the focus of the event, more important that the players …


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