Monthly Archives: April 2011

Survival of the Fittest?

  Blackburn won at home. Blackpool kept a clean sheet and picked up a point at home. And Wigan picked up a point as well. Vital, vital points for these relegation threatened clubs. Wolves and West Ham in deeper trouble, … Continue reading

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Funny Feeling Friday: Stephane Sessegnon

Sunderland are at home this weekend against Fulham without a fit striker in their first team. That’s the bad news. The good news? Fulham have been poor on their travels this season. No Gyan. No Welbeck. No Frazier Campbell. All … Continue reading

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Premier League Gameweek 35 Fantasy Preview

Here we go. 4 weeks left. Mini-Leagues up for grabs. Pride on the line for some. Entertainment on the line for others. Premier League football for all. Let’s preview the matches from a fantasy perspective… I. Manchester United @ Arsenal: … Continue reading

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Clasico Encore: Cristiano Ronaldo v Messi

Here we go. Mourinho and Guardolia aren’t on the best terms. Ronaldo and Messi are the world’s best. If you’re a football fan anywhere in the world, today is a pretty massive day. Enjoy the match.

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Nicky Butt Analytics: Blog & Twitter Commenters, This is for You

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A quick update and thank you to all of our readers and Twitter followers. Over the past month, we’ve see visitors from 167 countries – with the United Kingdom and United States leading the way… Malaysia, Australia, Norway, Canada, Ireland, … Continue reading

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Wayne Rooney Loves Gossip Girl; Joins Twitter

Manchester United take on Schalke in a massive Champions League game tomorrow and Wayne Rooney has been using his downtime from the pitch on the social networking site Twitter. The striker joined the site this past weekend, along with teammate … Continue reading

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Can Drogba and Torres Play Together? Ich Don’t Think So

Chelsea manager Carlo Ancelotti has admitted that he is considering starting both Didier Drogba and Fernando Torres up front together this coming weekend. Why? And what does that mean for the value of attacking midfielders Frank Lampard, Salomon Kalou, and … Continue reading

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Fernando Torres and Joe Cole Score on Same Day: World Explodes

Fernando Torres finally scored as Chelsea beat West Ham 3-0. The match was much closer than that for the first 60 minutes, as West Ham’s Carlton Cole, Demba Ba, Freddie Sears, and Robbie Keane all missed point-blank chances to take … Continue reading

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Funny Feeling Friday (#3): Martin Petrov

I must have a soft spot for Martin Petrov, Bolton’s Bulgarian winger, as this is not the first, not the second, but the third time he is featured as FFF selection: Here’s why. Petrov is owned by only 1% of … Continue reading

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Premier League Gameweek 34 Fantasy Preview

Here we go. Another Fantasy Premier League (double) gameweek weekend. Hope you read our preview last week – as we featured Drogba as your main man, and the Ivorian did not disappoint, putting up 22 points in the process. Blogger … Continue reading

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