James Sharman
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Could the FA Cup semifinal inject some nastiness into Liverpool-Man City rivalry?
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Liverpool and Manchester City are producing some of the most electrifying and dynamic technical football the Premier League has ever witnessed. But is this rivalry lacking the nasty edge it needs to be considered a great rivalry?
FA Cup quarterfinals: One reason to watch for each match
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James Sharman Q&A: What's ahead for Mauricio Pochettino?
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Will Mauricio Pochettino be back at Tottenham next season? It might depend on what kind of transfer budget he is given during the summer.
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James Sharman Q&A: Time for De Gea to leave Manchester United
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David de Gea’s contract situation has dragged on for far too long, and it seems that he would like a move. Manchester United should oblige him.
James Sharman Q&A: Wijnaldum an unheralded hero for Liverpool
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James Sharman Q&A: Chelsea needs to rebuild without Eden Hazard
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Chelsea needs to look at itself, and make some tough choices, and begin a rebuild that doesn't include Eden Hazard.
James Sharman Q&A: Fulham's relegation was inevitable
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Fulham spent more than most Premier League teams on new players during the transfer window, and yet they are still going down? What happened to the Cottagers?
James Sharman Q&A: Best yet to come from Canada's Hoilett in Premier League
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James Sharman Q&A: Pochettino ban sends the right message
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Soccer commentator James Sharman agrees with the FA decision to hand Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino a two-match ban following his confrontation with referee Mike Dean.