TheHardTackle takes a look at events that shaped football in the past few weeks – dismissals, injuries, protests and dives. Everything's not always what it seems.
The 9th of January is going to be a day to remember for Liverpool fans around the world. The King returns to the throne. Welcome back, Kenneth Dalglish.
United host Liverpool in the most mouth watering tie of the third round. Will Dalglish turn out to be a hero or will Sir Alex pile on more misery for the Scousers?
The midweek round in the Barclays Premier league is over, and THT brings you all the highs and lows of the latest round of games that saw Man Utd stamp their authority at the summit, whereas Chelsea were condemed to yet another humilating defeat.
2011 has been a red carpet for a few teams and quick sand for a few others. The fixture clutter is yet to clear out and this midweek brings another round of mouth-watering encounters.
The defending champions were involved in a topsy-turvy battle with Aston Villa as they went close to winning three points but managed only one. United, City, Arsenal and Liverpool picked up full points in the first new year fixture. Here are the Weekend Best Moments.
Liverpool will be up against Bolton at Anfield, with Roy Hodgson's job on the line. They would be playing for the three most important points in the recent history of Liverpool FC. Will Owen Coyle's team, after a solid show against Chelsea, give Liverpool a run for their money?
The Premier League has thrown up several surprises this season and as 2010 draws to a close, the latest round of matches also seems to be inconclusive. Here's a round-up of the midweek games, including THT's Team of the Round.
Manchester United consolidated their top of the table billing with another impressive win over Sunderland. Arsenal moved to second position thanks to a 3-1 home victory against Chelsea. City continued with their superb away form as they dispatched the Toon Army at St. James Park while Blackpool-Liverpool game had to be called off due to snowy weather condition. This is the English Weekend Review.
It is time to walk the talk as new owners NESV face their first test this transfer window. Will John Henry invest in the squad or is he also the Scrooge of Liverpool?