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Spurs on the road to nowhere

Tottenham about an hour ago
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Bruce and Hull continue to grow

Hull City about an hour ago
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Monk's wrong -- Rangel fouled Moses

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 By Chris Wright
55 minutes ago

Is this the worst stadium view in European football?

Disgruntled West Brom fan Pat Frost caused a stir a few weeks ago when he tweeted a photo of the view from his seat at Anfield, a ticket which had cost him a not-insignificant 46 pounds for the pleasure of barely being able to see past the halfway line -- let alone witnessing The Kop in full swing at the opposite end of the ground.

 By John Crace
about an hour ago

Time for Tottenham fans to revise expectations downwards this season

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino commends Sergio Aguero for his dominant performance.

There were some Tottenham fans who saw many positives in Saturday's 4-1 defeat to Manchester City. They were almost certainly the die-hard optimists and those who hadn't made the round 400 mile trip from north London to watch the game. For everyone else, the sense of deja vu and that this is likely to be another long season, low on achievement, was inescapable.

Spurs did have their moments. If Roberto Soldado had converted his penalty to level the scores with 30 minutes to play, then a shaky City...

about an hour ago

Five things we learned in La Liga this weekend

The ESPN FC team debates who will be victorious in the upcoming match between the world's elite, Real Madrid or Barcelona.

1. Something has to give in forthcoming Clasico

The statistics after the opening eight weeks of the season suggest Saturday's Clasico to be the meeting of an unstoppable force with an immoveable object.

Saturday's 5-0 win at Levante means that Real Madrid have now scored 30 goals in the first eight games of the season, a feat not achieved since 1987-88. Barcelona's 3-0 home win over Eibar later that evening means the Catalans have gone a club record eight games into the season without...

about an hour ago

Steve Bruce and Hull City continue to grow together

Hull City manager Steve Bruce laments his team's inability to finish off opponents following Danny Welbeck's stoppage-time equaliser to earn Arsenal a draw on Saturday.

By Steve Bruce's own admission, a trip to the Arsenal usually sees him leave with his tail tucked between legs. Not on this occasion. After the best point of Hull City's season came in a 2-2 draw with Arsenal, he quite literally walked away with his head held high.

The whole world saw exactly how Bruce exited the stage on Saturday evening. Snapped on a crowded London Underground train, still kitted out in club suit and tie, the City boss chose a very public mode of travel to reach Sam Allardyce's...

 By Chris Wright
2 hours ago

Dundee pair celebrate goal with 'Randy Orton RKO outta nowhere!'

Presuming you haven't been dwelling in a mountain cave for the past few weeks, you'll have no doubt encountered the Randy Orton "RKO outta nowhere!" fad while perusing social media of late, with the good people of the internet cutting and pasting the WWE superstar into Vine clips of various people tripping, slipping, face-planting and generally coming a cropper.

And lo, ever straddling the avant garde, Dundee FC midfielder Gary Harkins found himself on the receiving end of a brutal "RKO outta nowhere!"...

 By Nick Miller
2 hours ago

Top Tenner: Own goals

Santiago Vergini scored a remarkable own goal for Sunderland at the weekend.

On Saturday, Santiago Vergini managed an incredible own goal as his side Sunderland slumped to an 8-0 defeat at Southampton. Inspired by the Argentine's calamity, Nick Miller has selected 10 of the most eye-opening own goals.

10) Gershom Cox, Aston Villa v Wolves, 1888

As ever, we should start at the beginning. The first ever recorded own goal in English football history came in 1888, and perhaps as a portent of how magnificently silly this sport was to become, it was for a long time believed...