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Is it time for the Premier League to have a winter break?

It is a much-debated topic, that has divided fans for many years, but with increasing focal complaints about fixture congestion from many Premier League managers are we finally, inevitably, heading towards a winter break in English football? Read More »

The Resurgence of Anthony Martial – More Millions for Monaco

One player whose performances defies his age is Anthony Martial. The Manchester United forward is only 21 and is regarded as one of the most promising players in his age group. After a short dip in form, Anthony Martial is back to his best, and as a result, Manchester United could cough out a few million Euros. Read More »

5 talking points from Manchester United’s win over Reading

Manchester United cruised to a 4-0 victory against Reading in the F.A. Cup third round on Saturday. Jaap Stam’s return, as head of Reading, was not one covered in returning glory, much to the disappointment of the 7,000 travelling support. Instead, the game presented itself as another example of a turning tide at Old Trafford; here are five talking points ... Read More »

Olivier Giroud is rapidly becoming Arsenal’s saviour despite fans’ dislike towards him

Arsenal Football Club hasn’t been playing the greatest of football recently, with Arsene Wenger’s side often finding themselves behind on the scoreboard. For the most part, though, they’ve been able to overcome that deficit – with one man at the heart of the comebacks. Read More »

Do Premier League teams want to be relegated?

Relegation. The result any team dreads, particularly from the most commercially profitable league in the world; the Barclays Premier League. However, is being dropped into England’s second tier really as bad as it sounds? Read More »

Is Mourinho blind not to see who should replace Carrick?

Jose Mourinho has the option to herald a new dawn of control and tempo in the Premier League; he can disrupt the perpetuated norm that a central-defensive-midfielder should be imposing and combative. Mourinho should look to Daley Blind to ease Manchester United’s worries surrounding the replacement of the ageing Michael Carrick – in doing so, Mourinho would rebel against the ... Read More »

The Sunderland draw set them back but perspective must remain for Klopp’s Liverpool

What a difference 48 hours can make in football. After Georginio Wijnaldum’s towering header secured a crucial three points against fellow challengers Manchester City on New Years Eve, Liverpool’s title prospects were dealt a blow after twice surrendering a lead to draw with struggling Sunderland. Read More »

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