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Two lessons Jurgen Klopp must learn

Jurgen Klopp

It has not been the ideal start to 2017 for Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool after they suffered yet another defeat against lowly Leicester on Monday evening. The Foxes, playing in their first game since Claudio Ranieri was sacked, ran out comfortable 3-1 winners as they eased their relegation worries, and piled the misery on Liverpool. Read More »

Championship: The fate of all 24 clubs part 2

The Championship promises to deliver an exciting conclusion to the season. As the clubs enter the three-quarter stage of the campaign, positions are still there for the taking at both ends of the table. Here are our views on the remaining 12 teams’ prospects over the next few months. Read More »

Championship: The fate of all 24 clubs part 1

With just over two months remaining until the last game of the season takes place in the Championship, competition for automatic promotion, play-off places and survival is intensifying. How will each side finish the campaign? We take a look at every club and offer our thoughts. Read More »

Newcastle United’s two key men versus Brighton

It could prove to be one of the biggest and most entertaining bouts in the Championship this season as Brighton host Newcastle, first against second. The top two have fluctuated a lot in recent weeks with both dropping points and the gap between second placed Newcastle and third-placed Huddersfield is just five points. Read More »

Andreas Christensen is now ready to replace John Terry at Chelsea

Much has been talked about regarding the future of Chelsea Club Captain John Terry during the last couple of seasons as the former England International has been operating on a 1-year extension contract at a time. It was public knowledge last season that he had accepted a ‘different kind of contract’ at Stamford Bridge in order to stay at the ... Read More »

Why not give Tony Pulis a top job?

Sounds bizarre, right? Tony Pulis managing an elite level club? What am I on about? It is a hard concept to imagine: Pulis strolling along to touch-line at the likes of Stamford Bridge, Anfield, The Emirates or Old Trafford. He is a far cry away from the refined image a top manager cultivates; he is a raw, honest and pragmatic ... Read More »

Seven amazing stats from Matchday 26 of the Premier League

Leicester City’s first victory of 2017 against Liverpool was definitely the high point of a relatively mute weekend due to the EFL Cup final. Apart from the Foxes, Tottenham, Chelsea and Everton also impressed while Sunderland’s slim hopes of remaining in the English top flight were further weakened with a match with Manchester City on the horizon for Moyes’ men. Read More »

What is Liverpool’s best starting eleven?

Liverpool’s title chances are all but over, but their race for a top 4 finish is still very much on. Having improved greatly since last season, Jurgen Klopp’s side have been playing some extremely attractive football this campaign. With that said, the German has been made to shuffle his squad around a fair bit this season due to a mix ... Read More »

Three Left-Backs Arsenal can sign to replace Nacho Monreal.

Something has happened that made me reconsider everything about Arsenal’s current squad. Nacho Monreal turned 31, meaning that six players in the first team starting XI are 27 and above. That doesn’t even include long-term pensioners Santi Cazorla and Per Mertesacker. A lot of the team are on their last legs and it’s time for Wenger to start his succession planning. Read More »

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