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What does it take to win the Premier League?
When the season started in August the four "usual suspects" were put forward as potential champions but after witnessing the weekend's action, I think you can narrow it down to Manchester United or Arsenal.
I think if you had a poll amongst genuine football fans and asked them, 'Who plays the best...
I was interested to see Sir Alex Ferguson's remarks this week about the number of players of different nationalities playing in the Champions League this year.
Sir Alex noted that there were more Scottish players registered for the competition than English ones!
I think this goes some way to highlighting why England aren't doing so well at the moment at national...
What another fantastic weekend of sporting action!
Who would have thought that we would see England qualify for the Rugby World Cup Final after witnessing their hammering against South Africa earlier in the tournament. All the criticism that Brian Ashton and the team took would have sunk many a ship but you have to take your hat off to them for...
What a fantastic weekend of action and wasn't it lovely to hear the referees finally getting the recognition they deserve!
I know some of you must think I'm mad but I was referring to the displays in the Rugby World Cup quarter finals.Wasn't it lovely to hear the referee talking to the players in a civil manner and the players respecting...
The Premier League was certainly the place to be over the weekend if you wanted to see goals.
Who would have thought that a Premier League fixture at Portsmouth would have produced 11 goals followed by Monday's thrilling encounter at White Hart Lane which produced another eight?
The debate goes on: "Is the Premier League the best league in the world?"...
Stepping out onto a pitch in the Premiership and playing in front of 40,000 people is second-nature to Everton's players.
But getting up to sing a song in front of 30 teammates and staff? It is enough to strike fear into even the most experienced of professionals.
As ever, a highlight of the Blues' pre-season tour has been the sing-song that takes...
Everton Kitman Jimmy Martin has won the Open!
The British Open, played at Carnoustie in Scotland may have been claimed in dramatic fashion by Padraig Harrington but Jimmy was celebrating every bit as much as the Irishman.
Jimmy had pulled Harrington’s name out of the hat when the Everton party arranged a pre-Open sweepstake at Manchester Airport prior to flying out to...
The Everton party is settling into life on the west side of the Atlantic and the body clocks of all the players and staff are slowly but surely becoming attuned to the time difference between the UK and the USA.
The players have been put through their paces in their first Stateside training session, conducted at 10am but with a burning...