Davidde Corran Roar Guru

Davidde Corran

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Born in Melbourne but now based in England, Davidde Corran is a freelance journalist, photographer and videographer who has contributed to AP, PA Sport, Football+, Fox Sports, The Blizzard and The New York Times among many others.

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Fergie proves van Persie critics wrong

Fergie proves van Persie critics wrong

3 Jan 2013

“They need a midfielder, not another international class striker.” That was the refrain that dogged the first couple months of Robin van Persie’s time at Old Trafford as game after game went by in which Manchester United struggled to control proceedings.

Who will take the EPL’s last Champions League spot?

Who will take the EPL's last Champions League spot?

27 Dec 2012

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger is a big fan of assessing his team through process-based rather than result-based evaluation.

Five EPL teams in need of festive cheer

Five EPL teams in need of festive cheer

20 Dec 2012

It’s here again. The football fan’s dream and the manager’s nightmare – the hectic end of year schedule in English football.

Wenger has moulded a group of misfiring Gunners

Wenger has moulded a group of misfiring Gunners

13 Dec 2012

Right across the English media websites the polls are up and they are all asking the same thing – is it time for Arsene Wenger to step down as Arsenal manager?

What is the problem at City: Mancini or the players?

What is the problem at City: Mancini or the players?

6 Dec 2012

As Manchester City faced defeat following a home loss to Ajax last month Roberto Mancini was bemoaning his team’s lack of defensive concentration.

Everton a better team without Cahill

Everton a better team without Cahill

29 Nov 2012

Few players are more loved by fans of the clubs they’ve represented than Tim Cahill. A combination of hard work, innate goal scoring ability and commitment to the cause of whichever team he is playing for makes him easy for fans to identify with.