One team has tasted silverware after six long years while the other is looking increasingly likely to finish fourth. Will Wenger get the better of Dalglish? TheHardTackle previews.
TheHardTackle previews the upcoming match between West Brom and Chelsea at The Hawthorns.
Another week in the NPower Championship sees two rounds of fixtures, Leeds entertain the leaders, Cardiff’s Wembley heroes return to league action and maybe an appearance by Robbie Fowler. Here, TheHardTackle highlights theses and more in the things you should be looking out for in the next seven days of Championship action. ———– 1. Two rounds of fixtures As the month of March starts, so too does the season run-in. With 13 games to play in two months, more for some teams, the games are going to come thick and fast. With this in mind, the next seven days sees two important rounds of fixtures. Whilst things will not be decided for at least another 6 weeks, the form which teams show now will go a long way to determining where they finish in this seasonai??i??s NPower Championship. 2. Another Friday night, another Promotion battle After Reading beat Burnley 1-0 on a Friday night two weeks ago, the Football league […]
Andrei Arshavin, an enigma at Arsenal, finally left for his hometown club on loan. Many believes that he will never return to The Emirates. Here is an account from Guest Author Abhishek Iyer, about the little man from Russia.
The much maligned trio of Michael Carrick, Jonny Evans & David De Gea have flourished of late and have played an important role in United's title challenge. THT praises the rise of the fallen heroes.
TheHardTackle's guest author Paul Gronow looks at the possibility of Cardiff kicking on, or collapsing completely.
TheHardTackle will take a look at how Arsenal have developed tactically under three managers from three different eras.These masterminds who stand out from the rest, Herbert Chapman, George Graham and Arsene Wenger, have made impacts at the club like no other. This is part 5 and we will take a look at the tactical development under Arsene Wenger.
Does Mourinho's famed success and relationship with his teams have another side to it? Do teams become so reliant on him, and his methods, that they soon find they simply cannot do without him?
Harry Redknapp seems to be the overwhelming favourite to take over as the next manager of England. But the FA should stop trying to look for quick-fixes and try to find a manager who will help the revamp the footballing structure in the country.
Another exciting weekend of NPower Championship football saw new leaders at the top, Reading continue their march and wins for sides at the bottom. Here, TheHardTackle picks a Team of The Week for Round 33 of the Championship.