Found October 22, 2012 on Finishers Forum:
- Garth Crooks’s team of the week - Both Manchester Clubs produced impressive displays to keep up the pressure on Chelsea, who put four past Tottenham at White Hart Lane. Liverpool earned their first home league win of the season while Chris Hughton’s Norwich provided the surprise result of the week by beating Arsenal… (BBC Sport) - Fenway-Style Makeover Would Befit a Soccer Landmark - Two years to the day since Fenway Sports Group bought Liverpool, the Premier League club said Monday that it would proceed with plans to renovate Anfield rather than build a 60,000-capacity stadium in neighboring Stanley Park at an estimated cost of £300 million ($482 million)… (The New York Times) - Wayne Rooney: Has he fulfilled his potential? - At the time, the primary significance of Everton’s winning goal against Arsenal on 19 October 2002 seemed to be the end of the Gunners’ 30-match unbeaten run. Of course, the fact that Wayne Rooney had just become the youngest goalscorer in Premier League his...

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