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An Interview With Tim Samuels
Manchester City
Tim Samuels is a British documentary filmmaker and broadcaster. He was behind the legendary documentary The Zimmers where he helped a bunch of OAP's storm the pop charts. He has tackled many issues from mass immigration to the plight of Britain's war veterans. Of course Tim is also a City fan! This is what Tim had to say to us here at Not In My Lifetime.

Matt Le Tissier Column - United Players Have To Look At Themselves
Southampton
This week Matt Le Tissier considers just why David Moyes failed at Old Trafford and where some of the blame should be attached.

Refwatch Preview: Dale v Cheltenham
Rochdale
Dale will hope there isn’t a sense of déjà-vu when Oliver Langford referees Saturday’s potential promotion-clincher at home to Cheltenham.

Bill's Take: Would Sharp Have Blunted Rams Attack?
Derby County
Watching the Doncaster match - I was struck by the ineffectiveness of Billy Sharp. This was the player widely touted on the message boards a couple of years ago as the sort of "fox in the box" the Rams needed to sign if we were to challenge the best in this division.

TVOS v Cheltenham
Rochdale
Rochdale AFC’s matchday programme – The Voice of Spotland – is back for Saturday’s League Two fixture against Cheltenham Town.

Tickets on open sale for Newport
Rochdale
Tickets are now on sale from Spotland for the final game of the season at Newport's Rodney Parade.

Title Race Won't Be Decided On Sunday
Manchester City
Manuel Pellegrini is refusing to give up even if Liverpool get all three points when they play second place Chelsea and City Lose To Crystal Palace. Even though that would leave Liverpool needing just one point to be crowned champions. But if Chelsea do beat Liverpool, and City succeed in all their remaining games, they can win the Premier League and Pellegrini told the Manchester Evening News: "I don't think Sunday will be decisive.

"We Need To Keep Believing" Says Zabaleta
Manchester City
Pablo Zabaleta has warned Liverpool that the title race is far from finished and says Manchester City will keep fighting until the end of the season. Pellegrini's men have returned to the winning trail after dispatching West Brom 3-1 on Monday, and, with Liverpool set to face second-placed Chelsea on Sunday, Zabaleta is convinced City are still very much in the running for the top-flight crown.

Manchester United To Offer Shaw Manager's Job ?
Southampton
According to unconfirmed reports Manchester United are about to shock the footballing world and offer David Moyes old job to a teenager.
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