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Reinvigorated Paul Lambert reflects after improved Blackburn display

theguardian.com — The clean-shaven, spectacle free and suspiciously jocular Paul Lambert who faced the press following Blackburn's win over Oxford United could scarcely have been further removed from the dour, defensive and irritable version of the Scot who left Aston Villa 12 months ago.

Blackburn’s FA Cup run continues as Ben Marshall double sinks Oxford

theguardian.com — For all the plaudits prompted by their stirring attack-minded victory against Swansea City, Oxford United's latest FA Cup adventure won't live too long in the memory.
Jan 30, 2016

RT @guardian_sport: Blackburn’s FA Cup run continues as Ben Marshall double sinks Oxford @bglendenning gu.com/p/4g9zd/stw (Reuters) pic.twitter.com/tUNe0sjzeW

The Joy of Six: sporting pranksters

theguardian.com — Lining up with Manchester United before a Champions League match against Bayern Munich. Playing before a packed house on Wimbledon's Centre Court. Walking out to bat for England in an Ashes Test. Milking the applause of the petrol-headed multitudes on a grand prix winners' podium at Silverstone.

A career nadir from which there will be no return

theguardian.com — Itchy. Pinky and the Brain. Mickey and Minnie Mouse. Mortimer Mouse. Jerry Mouse. Danger Mouse. Mighty Mouse. The Biker Mice from Mars. The Fiver didn't get where it is today padding out the opening paragraph of its tea-timely football email with lists of mice who made their names entertaining the slack-jawed masses, but today we're prepared to make an exception.

Football Weekly: Diego Costa upsets Arsenal again as Leicester march on

theguardian.com — James Richardson is joined by Barry Glendenning, Paul MacInnes and Paolo Bandini to round up an exciting weekend of football action across Europe. They discuss a much improved Chelsea display in their win over Arsenal, and ask where this leaves the Gunners' title dream.

Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend

theguardian.com — Having looked every bit the carefree entertainers against Newcastle United it was a surprise to see Manchester United struggle to muster only one shot on target (albeit a very telling one shot on target) in the victory at Liverpool.

Football Weekly Extra: FA Cup review and a Sarri state of affairs in Italy

theguardian.com — AC Jimbo and co look back over the FA Cup third-round replays and preview Chelsea's trip to Arsenal in the Premier League. Plus, homophobia in Italy; PSG made to sweat in France; and tiny East Kilbride set up a clash with Celtic

Swansea City’s derailment slows one of football’s most impressive rises

theguardian.com — Prompted by journalists before making his England debut, Jonjo Shelvey ran the idea of Garry Monk becoming Roy Hodgson's eventual successor as England manager up the flagpole and left it flapping in the breeze. The Swansea City midfielder's views were duly noted and reproduced.

Which player has played consecutively for most clubs on one train line?

theguardian.com — "In a moment of Wikipedia-fuelled, post-Christmas procrastination," wrote Adam Glass a couple of weeks ago, "I happened to notice that Iain Dowie had played consecutively for three clubs that have train stations on the same line: St Albans City, Hendon and then Luton Town (the line being the Thameslink from Bedford to Brighton).

Football transfer rumours: Lukaku to join Man Utd for £65m?

theguardian.com — Big news in the Mirror today, who reveal certain Dutch sources think Louis van Gaal is ready to leave Manchester United this summer. The word on De 9 Straatjes of Amsterdam's trendy Old Town is that Louis has had enough of being criticised for his side's often moribund style of play and is ready to leave Old Trafford a year before his contract expires so that he can enjoy the finer things in life.
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Feb 10, 2016

@theballisround Of course they do. But they need an 80 an 08 and a 5, standing on their heads. Tall order.

Feb 10, 2016

@KatePartridge33 Doing tax returns v watching West Brom play football. What fresh circle of Dante's hell is that?

Feb 10, 2016

@weebawbaa Their obsession with the "newness" of the stand is odd.

Feb 10, 2016

@eoghanos9 Great news. A lot done, more to do nationwide.

Feb 10, 2016

That FSG statement in summary: "The people have spoken ... the fuckers."

Feb 10, 2016

@NickMiller79 @legsidelizzy I think Tour stemmed from TV show and had the same name. My showbiz chum @LizMcClarnon may be able to help ;-)

Feb 09, 2016

Watched The Revenant today. I'll give it 3 Bazzas, out of 5. Too long, but well worth a look. Would be unmissable if 30 mins shorter

Feb 09, 2016

@maxrushden @mattjdaviesFC I set a trap and Max blundered into it. He struggled gamely, but it was a formality after that. #culverhouse


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