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Martyn Herman

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Christie still bitter over London torch snub

20 Jun 2008

Former Olympic and world 100m champion Linford Christie has reignited the row over him not being part of the Olympic torch relay team in London in April. Christie, who was banned for two years after testing positive for the steroid nandrolone in 1999, was not nominated by the British Olympic Association (BOA) to be part […]

Tantrums and silverware make Scolari perfect for Chelsea

13 Jun 2008

Any manager of Chelsea, as Avram Grant found out to his cost last month, needs to be a serial collector of silverware and have a big personality able to cope with one of the most unforgiving jobs in soccer. Luiz Felipe Scolari, who will take over at the London club on July 1 once his […]

Chelsea win at Man City puts pressure on Man Utd

6 Apr 2008

Chelsea closed the gap on Premier League leaders Manchester United to two points after winning 2-0 at Manchester City today. A Richard Dunne own goal and Salomon Kalou’s second-half effort were enough for Grant’s side to maintain their dogged title challenge. Chelsea’s victory gave them 74 points from 33 matches and means the pressure will […]

Chelsea keep pressure on United with narrow win

1 Apr 2008

Chelsea kept their Premier League title hopes alive with a 1-0 victory over Middlesbrough on Sunday but their performance would have caused few alarms for leaders Manchester United. Ricardo Carvalho’s well-placed header inside the opening six minutes at Stamford Bridge proved sufficient for Avram Grant’s side to cut the gap to five points but they […]

Recycling and wild cats keep London busy

15 Mar 2008

Commuters travelling into London from the eastern suburbs are treated daily to the sight of construction vehicles, yellow lights blinking in the winter gloom, snaking across huge mounds of earth. At first glance it appears a bleak, unpromising landscape, but in four years’ time this previously neglected part of the English capital will become the […]

Arsenal look to snap out of drawing run

14 Mar 2008

Arsenal can expect to be staring up at Manchester United by the time they kick off at home to Middlesbrough in the Premier League on Saturday evening. Three consecutive draws for the Gunners have allowed United to close what was becoming a significant gap to one point and Sir Alex Ferguson’s side have the chance […]

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