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  1. Vote on the 2010 Soccerlens Awards

    After three weeks of sifting through hundreds (and thousands) of nominations for the 2010 Soccerlens Awards, we’re proud to announce that the shortlists have been decided and the Awards are now ready for your votes. You can head over to …


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  2. Ode to Emile

    Emile Heskey perhaps epitomises the recent state of the England squad. Slow, tired, unable to find goals and the butt of the majority of jokes sent from phone to phone, laptop to laptop. Many stats and figures have been passed …


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  3. The Earlier, The Better

    In his reflective thoughts of Manchester United’s regrettable exit from the Carling Cup, Sir Alex Ferguson stated the obvious by claiming that “Goals change games.” That simple, straight-to-the-point statement simply meant that the United players should have gotten a goal before they were victimize by their opponents, which would have vastly improved their chances of winning the match.


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  4. Month In Review: November 2010

    In spite of their exit from the Carling Cup, Manchester United enjoyed a very successful month of November in the Barclays Premier League and the UEFA Champions League. Unfortunately, and like the month of November, United’s proud, but over-hyped 29 match unbeaten streak came to a bitter, chilly end, but there were plenty enough positives take from the month that should stick with the Reds.


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  5. Garda GST 870 Goalkeeping Gloves

    A goalkeeper’s best friend on the field are his gloves and you don’t make best friends with people (in this case: things) whom you’re not comfortable with. To be a good keeper, you need to find the pair of gloves …


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  6. 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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