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Manchester City vs Bristol City – EFL Cup semi-final first leg!

Manchester City entertain Championship side Bristol City in the first-leg of their EFL Cup semi-final. The Citizens remain unbeaten domestically after coming from behind to knock Burnley out of the FA Cup at the weekend. Pep Guardiola is still looking for his first piece of silverware in England, and his side are two games away from challenging for this season’s first major honour.
Published 5 months ago on The Independent

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Town to Learn Carabao Cup Opponents on Friday Morning

Town will learn their Carabao Cup first round opponents at 10.45am BST on Friday morning when the draw takes place in Vietnam.
Published last Thursday at 08:26 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Carabao Cup Draw on Friday Morning

The draw for the first round of the Carabao Cup will take place on Friday in Vietnam at 10.45am UK time.
Published Monday at 04:36 pm on TWTD.co.uk

Former Ipswich keeper Supple looking forward to Keane reunion after Ireland call-up

Shane Supple is looking forward to a reunion with former Ipswich manager Roy Keane when he reports for international duty later this month.
Published Wednesday at 10:36 am on Green Un

Supple Thought Ireland Call Was a Wind-Up

Former Blues keeper Shane Supple admits he thought it was a wind-up when he was told he had received his first call into the Republic of Ireland squad earlier this week.
Published Wednesday at 08:56 am on TWTD.co.uk

Scottish Cup final LIVE: Celtic vs Motherwell latest updates and highlights

CELTIC vs Motherwell - Scottish Cup score, updates and highlights LIVE with Express Sport.
Published 1 month ago on Daily Express

Ray Wilson - England World Cup winner in 1966 - dies, aged 83, after battling Alzheimer's

Ray Wilson has become the third of England’s 1966 World Cup-winning team to die following a long battle against Alzheimer’s Disease.
Published 1 month ago on Telegraph

Former England footballer and World Cup winner Wilson dead, aged 83

Ray Wilson, a member of the 1966 World Cup-winning England side, has died, aged 83. Winning 63 caps for his country, Wilson started the final against West Germany as the oldest member of the victorious World Cup side, while he also represented the three Lions in all three of their group games at the 1962 World Cup as well as their quarter-final exit at the hands of Brazil.
Published 1 month ago on The Independent

Year of the underdogEvery single promoted team in English football's top four divisions avoids relegation

Huddersfield's battling draw with Chelsea completed a remarkable season in which every team that won promotion to English football's top leagues remain in the division.
Published 1 month ago on Telegraph

Year of the underdog: Every single promoted team in English football's top four divisions avoids relegation 

Huddersfield's battling draw with Chelsea completed a remarkable season in which every team that won promotion to English football's top leagues remain in the division.
Published 1 month ago on Telegraph

Cardiff goalkeeper saved from football wilderness will now play in Premier League

CARDIFF goalkeeper Neil Etheridge may be on his way to the Premier League, but he was once a single phone call away from returning to the Philippines.
Published 1 month ago on Daily Express


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