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FIRMINO AND THE RACE CARD

During the FA Cup clash between Liverpool and Everton FC, we learnt many things. We saw how the Merseyside derby can be when both sides are desperate for something. Everton have not won any major title in many years; they rarely come very close. It was an opportunity to shove their neighbours aside and getRead More

SOUTHEND UTD COUNTING ON ANTON FERDINAND

Southend United boss Phil Brown is hoping that Anton Ferdinand will make full use of his forced break in order to come back better. Indeed the defender has been banned for two games following a red card that he has picked up in the game against Doncaster Rovers.     Phil Brown said that AntonRead More

THE WAY IT WORKS

Anton Ferdinand admits that he wouldn’t actually have preferred to be competing in the third tier of English Football at this stage of his career, but now that he finds himself there, he isn’t complaining about it either and is just looking to enjoy himself as much as possible and contribute to the success ofRead More

LUIZ ASKS MATES TO STEP UP

Chelsea defender David Luiz has asked that the senior players at Stamford Bridge step up their performance following the departure of long term skipper John Terry. The veteran defender exited his career-long club for more game time at Championship side Aston Villa this summer. Terry was the captain of the Blues’ side for over aRead More

DIOUF-GERRARD FEUD LIVES ON

Former Senegal international El-Hadji Diouf in one player who will not be sending his farewell message even after Steven Gerrard announced his retirement from football.


The African previously blamed the failure of French striker Mario Balotelli on the former Reds star. As the Ex-Three Lions player announced his retirement after being released by LA Galaxy, Diouf slammed the player again.

BROWN HAILS PLAYERS AS FERDINAND RETURNS

Phil Brown took did not hesitate to take to the media to hail his players after their match with MK Dons.


With Southend’s brutal 3-o win over MK Don, Brown has urged his players to keep on smiling. Goals from Anthony Wordsworth, who drove home a brace and a single goal from Simon Cox was enough to ensure that all three points from the game were secured by the Shrimpers.