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Ancelotti and Pochettino seek stability amongst chaos

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In the Champions League final, as Sergio Ramos leapt 10 yards from goal to equalise for Real Madrid, you could imagine the sigh of relief coach Carlo Ancelotti breathed. Such is the political size and nature of Real Madrid the press were even floating round the idea that it was win or bust for the Italian. read more »

England

Confidence is key

There are many key components that all need to function simultaneously for a football player, or any other athlete for that matter, to reach the best of their ability. Clearly having the requisite skill and physical attributes to reach the top is of great importance but at the truly elite level of sport much is decided in the mind.

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England

Lloris is the best in the business

With Joe Hart’s lack of form and Asmir Begovic scoring against Southampton at the weekend the subject of goalkeepers has become very relevant over the last week or so. One of the few clubs who have no qualms over their keeper is Tottenham Hotspur who in Hugo Lloris posses the best in the league at this moment in time.

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Spurs must follow their club motto

For the first time in a number of years the Premier League appears to have lost a certain air of inevitability. With the top three clubs all replacing their managers, there is a genuine feel of uncertainty about the coming season. Having missed out on a Champions League place at the end of last season, Tottenham Hotspur should be relishing the challenges ahead.

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2012/13 Premier League Cup

What if the Premier League was a cup competition?

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