Manchester United’s success right around the corner

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Manchester United currently find themselves chasing the breakaway pack. Many of those who inhabit the Stretford End on a regular basis would say that two-and-a-half years of progress should be much more than it has been. However, as all fans of the red side of Manchester know, the intermittent 33 months have been far from […]

Corporation Clubs need to understand value of fans

The year is 1945 and people in London were just about getting back to normality after the brutality of the war years.

Race for fourth turns white hot

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As Chelsea and Manchester City look set to duke it out for top spot in the Barclay’s Premier League, the race for fourth heats up as a single point separates each side from third to seventh.

Title challengers show ambition in January transfer window

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Eleven bells rang on Monday February 2 and it marked the end of a pretty uneventful January transfer window writes Kieran Kilkelly.

‘The Philosophy’: Louis van Gaal

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One word has quickly come to define Louis van Gaal’s brief tenure at Manchester United: ‘philosophy.’

Five of the biggest FA Cup shocks

Ultimate FA Cup upset?

The magic of the FA Cup is often talked about. Giant killings are often hoped for but seldom delivered

Ten Special Goal Celebrations

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After Francesco Totti celebrated his goal at the weekend against Lazio by taking a selfie with the Roma fans, we here at SIN sport thought we’d take a look at 10 of the most famous (or infamous) football goal scoring celebrations.

Sporting review of the year – 2014

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2015 is upon us and now that the final whistle has blown on 2014, it’s time to look back on the ups and downs of the sporting year that has been (and yes, you read correctly, I did just use a really bad sport related pun on the year ending.)

Steven Gerrard set to leave Anfield at the end of the season

Gerrard Will be leaving Anfield for good

It was announced earlier this month that Liverpool club captain, Steven Gerrard, would leave the club at the end of the season.

Pardew to Palace; Inspirational Decision or Move of Madness?

Padrew returns to Selhurst Park

After four controversial years as manager of Newcastle United, Alan Pardew has left to manage Crystal Palace, the club where he plied his trade as a player. Pardew undoubtedly has his reasons for making the switch but is it a good move for the manager asks Conor Farrell.