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Miguel Delaney

The Independent

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Past articles by Miguel:

‘A happy flowers team’: What Pep Guardiola’s outburst says about him and Man City

The champions rallied from 2-0 down to beat Spurs before an explosive Guardiola revealed the emotion in the title race → Read More

Manchester City shock Tottenham and reel in Arsenal with sensational second-half comeback

Manchester City 4-2 Tottenham Hotspur: Julian Alvarez, Erling Haaland and a Riyad Mahrez double sealed a memorable comeback win and cut the gap to league leaders Arsenal to five points → Read More

Arsenal agree Leandro Trossard fee with Brighton

The Gunners are set to sign the Seagulls forward in a £27m deal this month → Read More

Pep Guardiola explains satisfaction over Mikel Arteta’s ‘success’ with Arsenal

The pair worked together at the Etihad Stadium before Arteta took over as manager of Arsenal and he is now in a Premier League title fight against his former mentor → Read More

Brighton target forward Valentin Castellanos in bid to bolster attacking options

Brighton are braced for the departure of Leandro Trossard but have already made moves to bolster their attacking options → Read More

Mykhailo Mudryk: Chelsea agree €100m deal to hijack Arsenal bid

Chelsea are set to sign 22-year-old winger after agreeing terms with Shakhtar Donetsk, and it would take another dramatic twist for the player to now join Arsenal → Read More

Pele: Football’s Elvis Presley who achieved immortality amid controversy

His brilliance helped him reach immense levels of fame but he leaves a complicated legacy → Read More

Messi vs Mbappe sees immoral World Cup set for an immortal conclusion

The 2022 World Cup final stands out because it is a rare deciding match between two of the great stars of the age → Read More

The different thinking that has defined Morocco’s World Cup fairytale

The Atlas Lions have plotted a course all the way to the semi-finals underpinned by one of the best defences in World Cup history → Read More

Lionel Messi embraces ‘spirit of Maradona’ to drag beaten Argentina to World Cup semi-final

Messi has embraced responsibility with the Albiceleste growing after their ‘traumatic loss’ against Saudi Arabia → Read More

Gareth Southgate wary of making ‘wrong call’ over England future after World Cup exit against France

The Three Lions manager also admitted he is still not over his side’s loss to Italy in the Euro 2020 final → Read More

‘It’s my fault’: Harry Kane discusses penalty miss after England exit World Cup

Kane missed an 84th-minute penalty, having earlier scored from the spot, as England lost 2-1 to France in the World Cup quarter-finals → Read More

Lionel Messi’s touch of genius showed why he is the greatest player of any generation

Argentina 2-1 Australia: On a landmark night, Messi produced the moment of magic to steer La Albiceleste into the quarter-finals, even as they were forced to hang on at the end → Read More

A wake-up call or a warning? The big question facing Spain at this World Cup

The big question facing Spain at the 2022 World Cup → Read More

Jack Grealish on loving the game and taking lessons from the ‘stupid stuff’

The Man City star is loving life in Qatar with England ahead of Sunday’s last 16 tie against Senegal → Read More

Rejuvenated Marcus Rashford haunts Wales to lead England into World Cup last-16

Wales 0-3 England: Rashford scored twice as Gareth Southgate’s side wrapped up top spot in Group B and set up a clash with Senegal on Sunday → Read More

For England, tonight is about so much more than Wales

Bragging rights aren’t the only thing on the line in the Group B clash – it is crucial to each nation’s hopes of reaching the Qatar World Cup knockouts → Read More

Everything wrong with the Qatar World Cup

How did Qatar get the World Cup? → Read More

England and Wales cross paths while heading in opposite directions

Bragging rights aren’t the only thing on the line in the Group B clash – it is crucial to each nation’s hopes of reaching the Qatar World Cup knockouts → Read More

This is the side of the World Cup that Qatar would prefer you ignore

To walk around Qatar is to be blinded by lights, deafened by sounds, but the football has not distracted away from the debate around the most controversial World Cup in history, writes Miguel Delaney → Read More