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Mid-season review: Title contenders… part II

In part I of this article we reviewed the 3 teams who went into the New Year in the top 3, and here we will have a look at the other title contenders that finished last year below the top 3 places on the log. Read More »

Wenger eyes £28million Santi Cazorla replacement

The transfer window is upon us and Arsène Wenger has allegedly made an early move for a long-term transfer target. With Santi Cazorla’s Arsenal future up in arms, the boss is done waiting for his recovery to take place. He needs a suitable replacement right now if Arsenal are to catch Chelsea in the title race. Read More »

Mike Dean is the embodiment of how bad refereeing in the Premier League is today

Last night we witnessed a modern day travesty, we saw first-hand what happens when an individual allows the power to get to their head. Mike Dean, notoriously known as one of the most bias officials in the country, single-handedly changed the course of ANOTHER Premier League contest. What we witnessed yesterday was nothing short of a disgrace and something has ... Read More »

Pep Guardiola is starting to wilt despite his Manchester City team overcoming adversity to win

Yesterday at the Etihad Stadium felt like a real bizarre moment in the Premier League this season. The Sky Blues were reduced to ten men just after the half-hour mark, as Fernandinho was sent off for yet another two-footed challenge. However, the real talking points were still to come.  Read More »

Latest anonymous performance spells the end for Jesus Navas at Manchester City

Manchester City winger Jesus Navas once again failed to impress as he was withdrawn at half-time in Monday’s 2-1 win over Burnley. The Spanish international came off with the game goalless and the Sky Blues ended up winning in his absence and despite playing the remainder of the match with 10 men due to a Fernandinho sending off. Read More »

Marcus Rashford gives Jose Mourinho and Manchester United a timely reminder of his supreme ability

Marcus Rashford

In yesterday’s late fixture, Manchester United headed South to take on Slaven Bilic’s West Ham side, in a game that was always going to be a struggle for the self-proclaimed Special One. However, a sublime second-half cameo from Marcus Rashford (coupled with the help of the referee) meant United secured all three points. Read More »

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