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The race for the top four

Considering fixtures, form and injuries, as well as several other factors. Everton are exempt from consideration because they are far too inconsistent. Chelsea: ...

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Six Nations: Two rounds down, three to go

As always, there were several questions posited leading into this year’s Six Nations. Would England’s unbeaten run continue? (They finished 2016 on ...

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Club Profile: Monaco

The French League has a negative stigma for being below par when compared to the rest of the European Leagues. Paris Saint-Germain ...

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The race for the top four

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Six Nations: Two rounds down, three to go

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Club Profile: Monaco

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The race for the top four

The Mancunion analyses each of the top six Premier League teams’ chances of getting a crucial Champion’s League place for next season

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Six Nations: Two rounds down, three to go

With round one and two of this year’s Six Nations completed, Toby Webb reflects on the tournament thus far, while previewing what’s to come

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Club Profile: Monaco

Monaco are the the goal-scoring greats of this season’s European Leagues, but how have they done it?

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Gary Neville vs. Arsenal Fans

Gary Neville bites at Arsenal fans’ dissatisfaction, but his lack of understanding puts him completely in the wrong

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Alastair Cook and the end of an era

With the retiring of Alastair Cook, Guy Williams has a look at the record-breaking England cricketer

athletics

Athletics and Cross Country athletes look set to excel in 2017

The Mancunion takes a look at the prospects for the Athletics and Cross Country clubs in 2017

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Player loyalty: player more important than club

With players forcing transfers to more preferable clubs, are they showing a lack of loyalty? Jack Ford thinks not

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Italy’s national prospects are growing with the re-emergence of Serie A

Italy are enjoying a talent-boom like no other this season, but who are the ones to keep an eye on?

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The Premier League’s international inspirations

Dane Massey compares the top 6 with some of the world’s leading international sides, where flair, confidence, and a hunger for success reign supreme

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Lay off the referees and introduce technology

George Green makes the case for less criticism of officials and some technological updates to decision making

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Payet and Football Loyalty: A Response

With Dimitri Payet forcing himself a move from West Ham United, player loyalty has been called into question, but is football loyalty even a thing?

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Sunderland in Crisis: The Myth of Positive Relegation

With Sunderland looking destined for relegation, they will lose a lot of revenue and struggle to get back into the Premier League