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  • What Next for Hull City?

    Hull fan Mike Hall looks for some straws to grasp as the newly-promoted Tigers stumble towards the Premier League season with no manager, not many players and very little hope Continue reading →

  • Koeman Aims to Bring the Magic Back to Everton

    Diehard Evertonian Andrew 'Windy' Miller still dreams of Everton rediscovering the form of 1985...but is new boss Ronald Koeman the man to bring the good times back? Continue reading →

  • How to be the Last Man Standing

    John Hughes, who copped the £500 first prize in our Euro2016 Last Man Standing Pool, discusses his strategies ahead of the Guaranteed Premier League LMS Pools starting this weekend Continue reading →

  • That Was The Weekend That Was

    Andy Lomas rounds up who won what and how as the football season returned and the Rio Olympics got underway this past weekend Continue reading →

  • The Greatest Moments in Olympic History

    Tristan McDonald is salivating at the prospect of the Rio Games, and as the build-up reaches a crescendo he leads us on a trip down memory lane with Team i-pools' favourite Olympic moments Continue reading →

  • Rafa the Gaffer To Do The Business

    Newcastle Fan Jeff Kimber takes a look at the Toon Army's chances in the forthcoming Championship season... Continue reading →

  • The Camel's Championship Preview

    Veteran sports bettor Keith 'the Camel' Hawkins assesses the chances of the whole second tier team-by-team and predicts who will be heading to the promised land of the Premier League and which teams are facing a season of struggle Continue reading →

  • Can Conte Inspire Chelsea Comeback?

    Not for the first time, Chelsea go into the new season with a new manager, but it looks like Antonio Conte is going to give the 2015 champions a chance to regain their form rather than rip it up and rebuild Continue reading →

  • Championship Preview

    Newcastle are the shortest price in history to gain promotion from the Championship, but John Hughes argues the relegated Premier League teams never find it that easy Continue reading →

  • Boro Shooting for the Stars

    It's never easy for promoted clubs to maintain their Premier League status, but John Hughes thinks his team will flourish back among the big boys Continue reading →


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