He is one of a number of solid shouts for players that look old before...
That's one opinion, but others give their thanks to the man. We also have...
e is one of a number of solid shouts for players that look old before their time....
hat on earth is Rowley going to do without his Popinjay...?
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Jeff and the rest of the Soccer Saturday gang are celebrating a phenomenal decade on air with a fun and footie-filled live tour of the UK. What better way to round off a riveting Premier League season than to join them all in Liverpool, where they will raise the roof with football anecdotes past and present.
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CLOSING DATE: Monday 30th April 2012 23:23
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger feels his squad can hit the ground running at the start of the next season.
Newcastle owner Mike Ashley will share out £1m between the club's non-football staff if they beat Arsenal on Sunday.
David Beckham was in tears as he left the pitch after playing what could be the final game of his career as Paris Saint-Germain beat Brest 3-1.
He is one of a number of solid shouts for players that look old before their time. We also have the final words on lovely D-Beck and a rejection of end of season playoffs...
That's one opinion, but others give their thanks to the man. We also have ideas for a relegation playoff, happy memories of the season and a defence of Liverpool's campaign...