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marty beauchamp

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A Kiwi living in Australia, so a long, long suffering Warriors supporter, hoping Mourinho brings back the days of United attacking their way to the top.

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April 2017
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Centre is a specialist role and should be treated as such

Centre is a specialist role and should be treated as such

6 hours ago

Tautau Moga is a great footballer and athlete. Watching him as part of the wrecking ball that was the Broncos backline as it tore the Panthers to pieces on Thursday summed up how dangerous he can be because of his modern day mix of power, speed and size.

And Smith must score... Brighton surge into the Premier League

4 days ago

It is fantastic from a neutral point of view to see Brighton and Hove Albion securing the first automatic spot for promotion to the Premier League next season.

Wenger’s pursuit of English talent lost in translation

Wenger's pursuit of English talent lost in translation

5 days ago

Arsene Wenger has publicly asked his English players to take control of Arsenal’s future, short and long term. But the longstanding coach has never managed to recruit English players capable of dominating the Premier League.

Size does matter for Super Rugby

Size does matter for Super Rugby

22 Apr 2017

I came to Australia in 1996. By the time Rod MacQueen had led the Wallabies to a second World Cup I was almost ready to head back to New Zealand I spent that much time hearing how ‘those All Blacks used to be good didn’t they?’

Boring Mourinho needs a tougher defence

Boring Mourinho needs a tougher defence

15 Apr 2017

A one-all draw overnight away to Anderlecht leaves Manchester United with work to do in the return leg of their Europa League quarter-final at Old Trafford next week.

Moyes will be the Black Cats’ saviour

Moyes will be the Black Cats' saviour

11 Apr 2017

Statistically, Sunderland can stay up in the Premier League this year.