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FA Cup final a heavyweight showdown between Chelsea, Man United
James Sharman
Saturday will feature a great heavyweight tilt (No, I’m not talking about the Queen and her new in-laws at the bar) between Manchester United and Chelsea. Both teams want to win this one bad.
Wayne Rooney has enough left in the tank to be successful in MLS
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Sharman's three thoughts: Au revoir, Monsieur Wenger
James Sharman
And so finally, after 22 years of autocracy, Arsene Wenger will say farewell to fans when Arsenal plays its final home match with the Frenchman at the helm on Sunday
One of a kind: Arsene Wenger always did it his way at Arsenal
James Sharman
I am not sure that anybody has featured as prominently in this weekly column since its inception than Arsene Wenger. Therefore, I will dedicate all three thoughts to the man who will say farewell to his love at the end of the season.
If they're smart, Arsenal will make a move for Conte this summer
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Sharman's 3 thoughts: Tottenham's time will come soon
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This week’s low-hanging fruit is Tottenham. After controlling much of the game against Juventus on Wednesday, three minutes of madness cost Spurs a spot in the Champions League quarterfinals. This resulted in the London club being lambasted in some quarters for being weak, and they were also labelled “chokers.”
Sharman's 3 thoughts: Man United far from vintage, but...
James Sharman
Manchester United is going through some tough times, but let's keep the team's woes in the proper perspective.
Sharman's 3 thoughts: Tottenham look to be in good shape
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Sharman's 3 thoughts: Rafa Benitez derby highlights FA Cup 4th Round
James Sharman
Chelsea meets Newcastle United on Sunday, otherwise known around the world (or at least in this humble broadcaster’s head) as the Rafa Benitez derby – the Magpies boss will face off once again against the club who reviled him. Such is football, and all its oddities.