Sunday Express - Sun 16 Dec 2001 - Page 104
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104 SPOT THE DIFFERENCE SPORT FOOTBALL
'He to battle against cancer. "He's a diamond," was manager Gerard Houllier's assessment of a player who has in his dotage become an integral cog in the Liverpool wheel which is spinning in the direction of the Premiership title.
R i c c o FOOTBALL'S MAN IN THE KNOW
richard firstname.lastname@example.org o simply has no idea how to manage.
Mac is a marvel
"If he had been here two years ago we would have had Champions League football a year earlier than we did, I am absolutely sure of that.
ONE of the q most uplifting sights of a week in which football's image has once again taken a battering occurred at Unibond League side Hyde United on Thursday. He came off early in the second half after a successful run-out, and made his way along the perimeter of the pitch signing autographs.
A North-east radio commentator describing a confrontation between Newcastle's Craig Bellamy 'and Chelsea's John Terry.
Everton foot bill to boot out racists q
And there have been sick songs about Liverpool boss Gerard Houllier's heart problems.
Knives out for Ferguson as Old Trafford empire crumbles q
IT'S BEEN open house as far as Manchester United are concerned over the past few weeks, with Sir Alex Ferguson now knowing what the Emperor must have felt like as Rome crumbled.
MANCHESTER UNITED and q Liverpool are heading the scramble for Tranmere teenager Sean Thorton, who hasn't yet made his full debut for the senior side.