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David Jones:

Ready for the next chapter
Ready for the next chapter David Jones

Ready for the next chapter

After a week of book revelations, David Jones can't wait to get stuck into the European Qualifiers.

Ryan's big Gig David Jones

Ryan's big Gig

Can Ryan Giggs restore the United way or will he fall to a desperate Norwich, asks David Jones.

Home bankers? David Jones

Home bankers?

Don't be surprised if Sunderland upset Chelsea's Premier League title charge, says David Jones.

A striking decline David Jones

A striking decline

Will Peter Odemwingie show Chelsea the value of an in-form forward? David Jones previews SNF...

Firepower failure David Jones

Firepower failure

Arsenal haven't been clinical enough - but must take their chances against Man City, says David Jones.

Five alive David Jones

Five alive

Man Utd can target a fifth-placed finish after their Champions League boost, says David Jones.

Blue wall David Jones

Blue wall

Chelsea's defence can win the title and Jose Mourinho's mind games are fooling no-one, says David Jones.

Advantage Chelsea David Jones

Advantage Chelsea

Chelsea's dream run-in and sure defence makes them favourites to win the title, says David Jones.

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