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Arsenal Squad – Keep or Sell?

Arsenal – Keep or Sell? Rumours have been coming out of the Emirates in the past few days that Arsene Wenger is set to stay on as Arsenal manager. There are also rumours of a mass exodus at Arsenal, lots of players going and approximately £200 million to be spent. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Mesut Ozil, Jack […]

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How Did Arsenal Players Fare Over the International Break?

How Arsenal Players Fared on International Duty. Petr Cech: Despite retiring from International football in the summer following the Czech Republic’s disappointing Euro 2016, Petr Cech was honoured with the Czech player of the year last week. He hasn’t been anywhere close to his best this year, however, in my opinion, the award is still […]

Rugby

England’s Six Nations: A review

Despite losing to Ireland in the last match of the tournament, England lived up to their hype, winning a second consecutive Six Nations . They will be incredibly disappointed to have missed out on achieving a slice of immortality but nonetheless proud to have retained the Calcutta Cup and Championship title. FCapitalSport runs the rule over their tournament and what England […]

Cricket

Middlesex and Surrey Stars Shine for England

With a wealth of talent on show this winter from both Middlesex and Surrey players alike, fans have been watching the international circuit in anticipation of the upcoming county season to see how their home favourites have fared. Here’s a look at how this year is currently shaping up for England’s Middlesex and Surrey stars… […]

Rugby

How do England beat Ireland?

After thrashing Scotland on Saturday, for the third time in Six Nations history England go into the fifth and final week of the Championship needing to beat Ireland to achieve a coveted Grand Slam. If they do so they become the first team in history to win two Grand Slams in a row and the first team to have […]

Rugby

Scrappy wins and flashes of brilliance: England’s Six Nations so far

A new record was established in Cardiff last Saturday: England won their sixteenth game in a row for the first time in the 146 year history of the side. To say that was unexpected after 60 minutes of play would be understatement. Wales had looked far the better side. England under Eddie Jones have uncanny […]

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Big Sam The England Man

Ah, yes, the England cycle begins again. Bottle it in a major tournament, sack previous under-achieving manager, swiftly appoint a similarly under-achieving manager with ‘new ideas’ who selects a ‘youthful’ and ‘exciting’ new squad. The new squad absolutely smash Latvia and San Marino in qualifying and everyone gets excited, sings three lions and dares to […]