Originally written on Finishers Forum  |  Last updated 11/20/14
- [Podcast] Football Weekly with James Richardson - James Richardson, Barry Glendenning, Rafa Honigstein, Sid Lowe and the rest of the Guardian’s football writers deliver a twice-weekly dose of puns and punditry as they follow all the action from the 2012-13 season… (The Guardian) - Flexible Liverpool make their point after 3-5-2 experiment at Chelsea - Whereas previous Chelsea coaches have been tactically flexible, Roberto Di Matteo’s strategy has remained constant in recent weeks. It is the same for the majority of big matches: a 4-2-3-1 with Eden Hazard, Oscar and Juan Mata behind Fernando Torres. Therefore the key tactical decision rests with the opposition manager… (The Guardian – Michael Cox) - Edin Dzeko is not just Manchester City’s super-sub, says David Platt - Manchester City assistant boss David Platt insists Edin Dzeko is more than just a ‘super-sub’ despite seeing him again come off the bench to score a vital goal against Tottenham… (BBC Sport) - Familiar faces make Toon suffer - Familiar faces haunted St James’ Park on Sunday afternoon as Sam Allardyce guided West Ham to their first win in fourteen years at Newcastle, thanks to a goal from former Magpies captain Kevin Nolan… (ESPN) … - Chelsea’s John Terry suffers knee ligament injury against Liverpool - John Terry faces an anxious wait to discover the extent of a knee ligament injury which forced him to depart Chelsea’s draw against Liverpool on crutches with the joint in a brace… (The Guardian) - United come from behind once more - Is anybody surprised at this point? Staring at a 2-0 deficit against Aston Villa, Manchester United came back with three goals in the second half to extend their lead at the top of the table to four points. Chicharito was the hero this time, scoring two and a half goals in the final 35 minutes as the Red Devils… well, did what they always do… (SB Nation) - Everton face fight to keep Fellaini from clutches of Chelsea and PSG - The momentum keeps building and a reputation keeps burgeoning. Everton’s Champions League pursuit continues apace but their talisman’s form could lead to another chase entirely… (Daily Mail) - Broadcasting Revenues: Responsible For Weakening of Competition in Football? - One ball, twenty-two men, two teams and a desire to win, simply put: the beautiful game of football. The sport of football has come a long way since its humble beginnings in England, to being known as ‘the beautiful game’… (Soccer Lens) - Mario Balotelli camouflages his £160,000 Bently - Mario Balotelli has always been one to stay out of the spotlight, so how better to do so that to hide yourself than to cover your car with camouflage vinyl?!… (Off the Post) - Arsenal Need To Return To A Pressing Game - They may have conceded the fewest amount of goals in the Premier League before Saturday’s match against Fulham, but the defensive leak that had been becoming more and more apparent was fully sprung… (The Short Fuse) - Landon Donovan’s Legacy Will Be Just Fine - Donovan, 30, recently gave a couple of interviews in which he hinted at needing a long break following the MLS campaign. The brightest star in the American soccer landscape since he won the Golden Ball for being the best player at the 1999 U-17 World Cup, he also raised the possibility of retirement after the 2013 season… (Grantland)
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