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IT has been billed as the January Sales but Premiership clubs, denied the chance to make any purchases since August, appear nervous about entering the transfer market when it reopened on Wednesday.
DESPITE the lack of finances, rumours are already spreading about movements and manoeuvres during the current transfer window, writes SHAUN ORANGE.
FOOTBALLCHANNEL.COM finds out whether Ferguson#8217;s move to bench his favourite winger Ryan Giggs means the end of the Old Trafford road for the Welshman.
IN the current thrill-a-minute 2002/2003 English Premier League football season, we have been shocked by Arsenal#8217;s autumn slide that North London#8217;s finest side have thankfully managed to get out of, Liverpool#8217;s long unbeaten stint at the top followed by a drawn out slump which has seen the Merseyside club slip from first place to an embarrassing seventh in the space of 10 weeks, Chelsea#8217;s newfound steely determination and Southampton#8217;s amazing rise to the upper echelons of the English game.
The Premiership is beginning to look a bit all too familiar with Liverpool fumbling while the frontrunners, the Gunners and the Red Devils, are galloping to a photo finish, writes SHAUN ORANGE.
THEY are back at it, the Red Devils that is, back to gaining improbable victories in the death throes of a match.
FOR the second time in less than three years, the city of Barcelona bids adieu to Louis van Gaal. Irate supporters of FC Barcelona would most definitely be celebrating seeing the back of the Dutchman as he makes his way to El Prat airport, presumably on a flight to Amsterdam.