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Which managers have won the most titles in their career?

Following Real Madrid's triumph at the weekend and their capture of the La Liga title after defeating RCD Espanyol 4-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu,...

Kop legend makes bold claim about Liverpool title chances

The race for the Premier League this season seems as though it will go all the way down to the last game, with Liverpool...

Report: Wolves set to announce signing in the next 24 hours

Wolverhampton Wanderers are set to complete and announce the permanent signing of Mexico international Raul Jimenez in next 24 hours, according to Sky Sports. Jimenez...

Spanish football expert gives update on Pochettino’s future with Spurs

Spanish football expert Guillem Balague delivered some good news for Tottenham Hotspur supporters, when writing his latest column for BBC Sport. The Spaniard suggested that...

League One race for promotion: Do Sunderland have what it takes?

League One has been attracting a lot of attention in recent weeks, with 12 teams all involved in relegation survival. With the international break upon...

Five attacking options Aston Villa could sign this summer

Tammy Abraham has scored 21 of Aston Villa's 68 goals this season. As Chelsea have gotten themselves a two-window ban for breaching 29 transfer rules,...

Why Bournemouth are thriving despite inconsistency

The South Coast is very much enjoying a revival in the Premier League after tough times in recent years for Portsmouth and Southampton. Whilst...

Why Southampton are in a great position to avoid relegation

The race to stay in the Premier League is hotting up, and with just eight games remaining for most teams, time is not on...

Dangerous times for Brighton, but can troubles be blamed on one specific thing?

Going into the final months of the season, Brighton & Hove Albion find themselves in a desperate battle to retain their Premier League status....

Cardiff City amongst tragedy

For Cardiff City, this season will be remembered for all the wrong reasons but there could still be a happy ending come May. Two...

FA Attempt to Silence Sir Alex

Alex Ferguson’s advisor Graham Bean has compared the FA to a communist state following the five match touchline ban and £30,000 fine the United...

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