Relegation candidates Bolton Wanderers travel to in-form Tottenham in a game that should see Spurs extend their unbeaten run to 11.
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The idiom goes that “prevention is better than cure” but what the saying doesn’t consider is the unfortunate factors that characterise the clamour to spread the gospel of prevention. That’s one of the reasons “every cloud has a silver lining” was promoted from mere sentence to fully fledged clichéd idiom.
With Bolton Wanderers leaking goals each game they are in desperate need of some fresh ideas at the back. I’m convinced that Owen Coyle will strengthen and it might be at the back as well as the front.
It’s fair to say that 99% of football fans would trade their day job for the glitz and glamour of the world’s most popular sport. The money, the fame, the worldwide recognition from every quarter of the globe is exactly what fans dream of it the modern day. Picking up a weekly pay packet that most fans would struggle to pick up over a five-year period would be enough to sway any supporter to trade in their day job.
It takes a lot to shock me in football but when I heard on Sunday lunchtime that Wales manager Gary Speed had died, I couldn't believe it. At the time, the circumstances of Speed's death had not been confirmed but just the fact that a 42-year-old was no longer around sent a shiver down my spine. To then find out that he had hanged himself was an even bigger shock.
Doncaster Rovers are a team that have been existence since1879, and like many lower league clubs, have a loyal following who take great pride in their beloved club. Donny have made an impressive assent through the divisions recently that have seen them go from a non-league knockabouts to championship stalwarts in the space of less than 10 years.
Sportswear giant Nike are hot favourites to sign a £10m-a-year deal with owner Mike Ashley to sponsor Newcastle United's ground.
Ever since he first arrived on British shores following his £10 million move from Lens to Liverpool in 2002, few modern footballers have attracted quite as much controversy as Senegalese front man El Hadji Diouf.
England can win ugly and we should enjoy it:
Only 48 hours have passed since England beat the world champions, (I repeat, the WORLD CHAMPIONS) and already we have seen the national press roll out such empty platitudes as “Room for improvment” or “ 5 things England must learn”.
When Sergio Aguero scored an impressive brace on his Premier League debut against Swansea, he became the first player to do so since Mido back in 2005.
Having looked at two potential incomings already, To the Lane and Back will now take the opportunity to focus on the players that face a potential January exit as part of the Tottenham shake-up.
Friday evening round up@ Chelsea in for £40m wonderkid, Gunners chase winger, Inter want England star
Chelsea and Inter Milan have entered the race to sign Lille's £40m-rated winger Eden Hazard. Arsenal are interested in the 20-year-old, while Liverpool and Manchester City are also watching him.
Firstly we’ve learnt that next week’s Manchester Derby at Old Trafford between the top two in the division; Manchester United and Manchester City is probably going to be hyped up as the biggest Manchester Derby ever.
While it was easy to forget following the somewhat disappointing turn of events, England’s turbulent 2-2 draw against Montenegro in Podgorica on Friday night did secure their place in Poland and Ukraine for the 2012 European Championships. Everyone is considered and available for selection, the only exception being a certain temperamental Manchester United frontman.