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Daniel Moxon

Daniel is the owner of The Kopite and a devoted Liverpool fan or, as some might say, an enemy of the people.

He also takes a keen interest in the Bundesliga, Serie A and MLS while sporting an unhealthy obsession with world-class midfield generals. The day that Andrea Pirlo retired was the worst of Daniel's life, and his greatest wish is that he may one day grow a beard long enough to pay proper tribute to the Italian playmaker.

Feel free to send him a picture of your dog.


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Transfers
5 great buy-back deals as Angelino returns to Man City
15:00 Saturday 6th July 2019

Manchester City just re-signed defender Angelino from PSV Eindhoven despite only selling him to the Dutch side last August. The 22-year-old came through the youth ranks at the Etihad Stadium after joining from Deportivo de la Coruna aged…

Premier League
How will Norwich City spend their summer?
14:50 Sunday 30th June 2019

Norwich City took the Championship by storm in 2018/19, comfortably securing promotion back to the Premier League with confidence and style. The Canaries went on to lift the trophy as deserved champions, with a youthful squad augmented by a…

Scotland
How will Rangers spend their summer?
12:00 Friday 14th June 2019

Throughout Scottish football history, the domestic scene has largely been dominated by Glasgow sides Rangers and Celtic. For years, the pair would take turns in winning the division while every other side just watched on in awe... That…

League One
Homeless again: Coventry City owners must swallow their pride
09:00 Thursday 13th June 2019

They've already endured one season away from their home in recent years, now Coventry City must do so again in 2019/20 after failing to find an alternative solution. The club has announced that they've agreed upon a ground-sharing…

International
Will Fabinho, Lucas Moura snubs come back to haunt Tite, Brazil?
08:00 Tuesday 11th June 2019

Copa America, CONMEBOL’s international football tournament, returns for its 46th edition in a matter of days, with South American giants Brazil hosting for the first time in thirty years. The home nation head into…

Womens Football
Does Ada Hegerberg’s World Cup absence hurt the women’s game?
09:00 Tuesday 4th June 2019

She’s officially the best female footballer on the planet, but Ada Hegerberg will not be gracing the Women’s World Cup with her presence this summer. The Norwegian striker has been in a self-imposed exile from the national team…

Premier League
Why Patrick Roberts' move to Norwich City is perfect for his development
17:00 Sunday 2nd June 2019

A youth favourite of Football Manager players once upon a time, it has been five years since Patrick Roberts’ breakthrough. A player once touted as a future star in English football. He has disappeared from the radar in the time…

Spain
Equal time: Is Gareth Bale done?
08:00 Monday 27th May 2019

Six years ago, a young Welsh lad who played for Spurs was the hottest property around. He was destroying Premier League defences for fun as an attacking left winger, a long way from the scrawny left-back almost sold to Birmingham for £3million…

Opinion
Why Max Allegri should top every managerial shortlist
15:00 Monday 20th May 2019

Massimiliano Allegri is a careful man. Everything that he does is meticulously planned, pored over and executed with a precision that precludes spontaneity. Thorough planning and attention to detail is a trait common among Italian managers.…

Fa Cup
Can Watford rain on Manchester City's treble parade?
08:00 Saturday 18th May 2019

Due to their dominance, Manchester City head into the FA Cup final as overwhelming favourites to complete an unprecedented domestic treble. Pep Guardiola’s oil-rich Citizens claimed the Carabao Cup in February with penalty-shootout success…

Italy
Domenico Berardi to Liverpool? Too little, too late
17:00 Friday 17th May 2019

When reports broke this week that Italian forward Domenico Berardi expressed a desire to move to Premier League heavyweights Liverpool, Reds fans had a good old laugh. In 2015, at 21-years-old, Berardi was a popular commodity. There…

Spain
Big summer ahead for in-revolution Atletico Madrid
09:00 Friday 17th May 2019

Clubs and managers approach transfer windows in different ways. Some prefer to splash the cash and use the opportunity to heavily reinforce their squad, while others only move when they must. This summer, Atletico Madrid fall into…

Premier League
Pulis-ball doesn't breed success; Sheffield United take a Wilder approach
15:00 Tuesday 14th May 2019

They say that defence is the best form of offence, and that’s certainly been the mantra behind Tony Pulis’ managerial approach wherever he has been. Well, less offence, more survival, really. He boasts that well-documented stat…

Italy
Has Tiemoue Bakayoko ruined his chances of a permanent AS Milan move?
08:00 Thursday 9th May 2019

Any footballer who starts a game on the bench would be delighted to get on the pitch as a substitute, right? Tell that to Tiemoue Bakayoko. AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso wanted him to replace Lucas Biglia in the first half of the match against…

Championship
Playoff success not guaranteed for third-best Leeds United
15:00 Tuesday 7th May 2019

Whether you like the club or not, it's hard to deny that Leeds United have had a great season. Along with Norwich City and Sheffield United, the West Yorkshire side have been the stand-out team in the Championship. However, a dip in…