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29 May, 2021
by Church of edge
The state of play in 2022 World Cup qualifying in Asia: Part two
After a long coronavirus-enforced pause, World Cup qualifying in Asia will resume next week. It is crunch time in the second round, with numerous team...
28 May, 2021
by Church of edge
The state of play in 2022 World Cup qualifying in Asia: Part one
After a long coronavirus-enforced pause, World Cup qualifying in Asia will resume next week. It is crunch time in the second round, with numerous team...
25 May, 2021
by Church of edge
6 classic Manchester United vs Arsenal Premier League matches from the rivalry's golden era
Arsenal 3-2 Manchester United, November 1997 Arsene Wenger's first full season in charge of Arsenal ended in a dual domestic triumph, with the nort...
18 May, 2021
by Church of edge
Callum Hudson-Odoi profile
Callum James Hudson-Odoi was born on 7 November 2000, in the London borough of Wandsworth. He is an exceptionally talented left winger able to play in...
17 May, 2021
by Church of edge
6 classic Liverpool vs Tottenham games from the Premier League era
Tottenham 0-5 Liverpool (December 2013) Liverpool ran riot at White Hart Lane in the first half of the 2013/14 campaign, with their 5-0 victory spe...
10 May, 2021
by Church of edge
Chelsea 4-4 Aston Villa: The best Boxing Day game in Premier League history
Boxing Day is a time for leftover turkey, sales at the shops and wild football matches. The wacky round of post-Christmas fixtures in 1963 has gone do...
05 May, 2021
by Church of edge
The current big six’s worst seasons in the Premier League era
Arsenal – 12th (1994/95) At the time of writing, Arsenal sit ninth in the Premier League. A bottom-half finish is not yet out of the question, al...
04 May, 2021
by Church of edge
The greatest January signings in Premier League history
Liverpool’s signing of Suarez for £22.8m in January 2011 was overshadowed by the sale of Fernando Torres and arrival of Andy Carroll on the same da...
26 April, 2021
by Church of edge
Five Premier League sides who escaped from precarious positions at the turn of the year
Southampton, 1998/99 When Santa Claus was making his way down the world’s chimneys on Christmas Day 1998, there was little festive cheer to be fo...