Steve Bould seems to be in charge of Arsenal at the minute, at least when it comes to facing the media. Hopefully Arsene Wenger is off somewhere sorting out a big name signing, but I may be slightly optimistic. Anyway, Bould has taken the chance to lavish praise on one of Arsenal's most maligned players of the season, Aaron Ramsey.
Arsene Wenger has seen his Arsenal team lose to both Manchester City and Chelsea in the last two weeks, and now admits that the Top Three are now pulling away from the chasing pack, but remembering last years end-of-season rally, he is hopeful that the Gunners can overtake their Archrivals Tottenham for Fourth Place.
LIVERPOOL, England Liverpool forward Ryan Babel has completed his move to Hoffenheim after signing
a two-and-a-half-year contract, according to the German club. The Reds accepted a fee for the
Holland international, believed to be in the region of Â£6million, last week but the deal appeared
to be off up until late on Monday when [.
Back in the nineties teams would travel to Anfield with one plan in mind: that of stopping Steve
McManaman. The thinking was that if they managed this then they were well on their way to getting
something out of the game. It wasn't a tactic that worked as much as its reputation suggested yet
it worked often enough for it to continue being used.
Some of the qualities that mark a great player are rather obvious and are largely centred on how he
uses the ball when it is in his feet. Other qualities, however, are not that apparent. Strength of
character, for instance, falls into this category. With the first, one can achieve some success but
that won't be lasting if there isn't also the latter.
It is said that true winners are seen not in victory but in how they react to defeat. By that
truism, it will be interesting to see what happens next after Liverpool's defeat in the quarter
final of the FA Youth Cup.
This was a disappointing game for Liverpool; disappointing not because of the nature of the defeat
or the name of the opponents but because of the way that the team played.
MANCHESTER, England Â â€” A globe-trotting comic book character has left officials at Greek
football club Aris with faces as red as his famous sweater after popping up in a spoof photo in a
matchday program. Instead of using an official Manchester City team picture for the program for
Tuesday's Europa League match, designers at Aris [.