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  1. A Preview of the Premier League 2015 Holiday Season

    In the 16 days that span between Saturday, December 19th and Sunday, January 3rd, the English Premier League will blast through what amounts to four weeks of competitive play. While most of the world is on vacation, in other words, England's top football clubs are heading into one of the busiest periods of the year. The festive season in the Premier League can define many teams' campaigns for the year, meaning the stakes are high for every soccer club hitting the pitch this holiday season. Teams that find their groove in these two-plus weeks can leap their way up the table or barricade their positions at the top. Teams that hit a rough patch during the festive period, meanwhile, often take themselves out of title consideration.

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  2. Revisiting Manchester United's Class of 92

    In 2013, British filmmakers Ben and Gabe Turner released the documentary, The Class of '92. The film focused on six players that Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson signed in the early 1990s-players that would continue to define the majority of his tenure with the football club. Manchester United's Class of 92 six players-David Beckham, Ryan Giggs, Nicky Butt, Paul Scholes, and brothers Gary and Phil Neville would pave the way for United's Golden Age of Premier League domination.

    An Impressive Legacy

    Even now, after all six of those players (as well as Ferguson) have officially retired from professional football, the class of 92 continues to cast a long shadow of influence and legend. At Manchester United, of course, the influence is obvious. Ryan Giggs played with the Red Devils from

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  3. Vardy Breaks Record and Manchester City Return to the Top in Premier League 2015 - 2016 Week 14

    An eventful weekend in the English Premier League 2015 - 2016 week 14 saw Leicester City's Jamie Vardy shattering a 12-year-old record and Manchester City reclaiming the peak position on the standings table, among other things.

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    11 Games in a Row

    Vardy was deservedly the story of the week, much like he has been the top story in English football for the majority of the season. In the midst of a 1-1 draw between Leicester City and Manchester United, the 28-year-old striker scored his team's lone goal. It was the 11th league match in a row that saw Vardy finding the back of the net, an accomplishment that no

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  4. The Round of 16 Takes Form with Week Five of the UEFA Champions League

    Week five of the UEFA Champions League 2015/16 began to bring the next phase of the competition into clear focus, as 10 of the round of 16 slots are now confirmed. Week six of the group stage, which the UEFA has scheduled for December 8th and 9th, will see several on-the-fringe clubs battling for last-minute advancement. For the most part, though, the big title contenders have already secured their round of 16 spots.

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    The First Qualifiers

    When we last checked in with the Champions League, following week four of competition in early November, three teams-Real Madrid, Manchester City, and Zenit St. Petersburg-had already guaranteed themselves advancement into the next round. Zenit St. Petersburg continues to carry the

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  5. PSV Eindhoven Stay Alive with Champions League Draw against Manchester United

    Manchester United had a chance on Wednesday to lock down a position in the knockout stages of the 2015 2016 UEFA Champions League. If Manchester United against PSV Eindhoven, on November 25th, had of resulted in a win for the Red Devils they would have pushed their Group B point total to 10, thereby making themselves untouchable to anyone in the group except for Wolfsburg. Instead, Man United stumbled into a dull, scoreless draw with PSV Eindhoven-a team that now has an opportunity to botch the Red Devils' chances of advancement.

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    Sloppy Squads

    Both Manchester United and PSV Eindhoven have had consistency issues this season, and those issues have combined to make Group G one of the more fluid groups in the Champions League competition.

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  6. Lucky Week 13 of 2015/16 EPL: Leicester City Get a Big Break in the English Premier League

    Manchester City and Arsenal-the football clubs that were sitting at the top of the Premier League table headed into this weekend-week 13 of 201516 EPL season proved to be thoroughly unlucky. Both teams lost, with Manchester City falling 1-4 against Liverpool and Arsenal stumbling to a 0-1 loss in an away game at West Bromwich Albion. The Sky Blues and the Gunners now occupy the third and fourth place spots on the table, respectively. It's the lowest Manchester City have dipped all season.

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    Lucky Leicester

    For many of the other most notable soccer clubs in the Premier League, though, week 13 proved to be surprisingly full of luck. Topping the list of fortunate teams are Leicester City, who beat Newcastle United 3-0 to scoot into first

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  7. Are Manchester United Supporters Growing Impatient with Louis van Gaal?

    Carlo Ancelotti is no doubt one of the greatest football managers alive, but that fact didn't prevent him from being sacked from Real Madrid last spring. Jose Mourinho is another living legend, but his clout and legacy hasn't diminished the speculation that he's on the chopping block at Chelsea. The point is, even coaches who most everyone expects can't always keep their jobs in the high-turnover field of professional football club management. So, we ask are Manchester United supporters growing impatient with Louis van Gaal and could his job be at risk?

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    Louis van Gaal: Vulnerable at Man United?

    Almost every Manchester United fan was hugely excited when the Dutchman was announced as the football club's new manager, ahead of the 2014 2015 season. The Red Devils had just gone

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  8. Leicester City Continues to Shine Following Week 12 of 2015/16 Premier League Play

    Manchester City and Arsenal may be the football clubs at the top following week 12 of 2015/16 Premier League play, and Chelsea may be grabbing more headlines than just about any English team, thanks to their disastrous season so far. However, arguably no soccer club in the league has enjoyed more of a renaissance this season than Leicester City.

    Indeed, the Foxes are sitting third in the Premier League after 12 weeks of competition, just one point behind both Manchester City and Arsenal. They've won seven of their games and have only lost one, making them the least beaten club in the league right now, alongside Tottenham Hotspur. Add the fact that Leicester currently have the top two scorers in the EPL, and the Foxes are beginning to look like legitimate title contenders.

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    The Rise of Leicester

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  9. Manchester United's big chance to change top-four credentials to unlikely title tilt

    Guest Post By Karl Matchett.


    Manchester United have drawn criticism from some quarters this season for their style of play, for the manager not using his resources to eke out the best of their ability and for generally not scoring enough goals, but the pure fact is they sit two points off top spot in the Premier League, three months into the campaign.


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    Louis van Gaal may not have the team playing scintillating, free-flowing football for 90 minutes at a time but United have once again become incredibly difficult to break down and beat, something which for 18 months at least was most certainly a missing-in-action aspect of their DNA. Like joint-leaders Arsenal and Manchester City, the Red Devils have

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  10. The Winners and Losers of the League Cup 2015 Round of 16

    Up until now, the 2015 2016 Football League Cup has been largely predictable. Sure, Tottenham Hotspur, last season's tournament runner-up, bowed out in the round of 32. So did West Ham United, who have been surprisingly solid in the Premier League this fall. For the most part, though, the big teams made it to the League Cup's fourth round-including heavyweights like Chelsea, Arsenal, the two Manchester Clubs, and Liverpool.

    As if sensing that the League Cup was getting a bit stagnant, fate stirred up some real drama in the League Cup 2015 round of 16. A few major upsets in the round, which took place on October 27th and 28th, could drastically shift the landscape for the tournament. But who were the major winners and losers, and which football clubs should you expect to see contending for the title, come the tail end of February? Read on to find out!


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