Who will win this decisive battle?
Manchester Unitedai??i??s long-standing hopes of signing Leighton Baines have been dealt a huge blow as the left-back has signed a new four-year with the Barclays Premier League club.
David Moyes is ready to move again for Everton star Leighton Baines with a fresh 16 million bid.
As England take on Montenegro in World Cup 2014 Qualifying, Roy Hodgson has to figure out a way to get the best out of both Ashley Cole and Leighton Baines. Ashley Cole and Leighton Baines have dominated the headlines ahead of Englandai??i??s crucial double header against Montenegro and Poland. While the former is a regular for his country, the latter through his consistent displays, is a very formidable challenger for the left back position. Conventional wisdom says that only one of these two can should be selected to start a game, so who should it be and can a case be made for playing both of them together? Ashley Cole Ashley Cole is part of a handful of truly world class players that England has had over the last decade or so. More significantly, he joins an even smaller list of players who have successfully carried over their club form into the international arena. He is also very experienced having […]
Manchester United manager David Moyes is looking to raid his former club Everton in January.
Manchester United to make a second bid for Baines, Barcelona want to sign David Luiz, while Christian Benteke has handed in a transfer request.
The last time Arsenal spent this long without a silverware was before their League Cup win against Liverpool in 1987. To get back to 'winning ways', Arsene needs to do a lot of dusting and replacing of furniture at The Emirates. Our Guest Author, Vikram Singh Negi presents his thoughts about how things can change at Arsenal.
Manchester United host an in-form Everton side in a bid to take maximum points out of the game and keep themselves adrift of Chelsea and Arsenal. Can Everton provide another title twist? THT has the preview.
The beleaguered champions entertain Everton at the Bridge and would be yearning to set things straight at home after the Sunderland disaster.Can the return of Essien and Terry propel Chelsea to a victory and resurrect the league campaign?