Footyplace | March 4, 2015
On This Day: Andy Cole achieved a Premier League first for Manchester United, Chelsea sacked another manager and Arsenal beat their bitter rivals in the League Cup.
Manchester United were rewarded for their toil against Sunderland, and Joe Smith analyses the game at Old Trafford and what it means for the two sides.
For all Manchester City’s spending power, Joe Thirlwell says they’ve struggled to make it count and attract – or make – the stars they should have.
Brendan Rodgers looked a couple of results away from a Liverpool exit in December, but Joe Thirlwell says he’s now building new legends at Anfield.
On This Day: Arsenal move clear at the top of the table, the 96th victim of the Hillsborough disaster lost his life and John Barnes is transfer listed.
Manchester City’s Vincent Kompany and Manchester United blunder ref Roger East join Hull and Crystal Palace players in Matt Middlemiss’ Top of the Flops.
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