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Romance of lower-league Football

Exeter City manager Paul Tisdale

The Football League is alive and well. There’s an alluring romance that perpetuates the teams who are as far from the riches and glamour of the Premier League as Donald Trump and Mahatma Gandhi. But, this is what makes it unique, special – it’s different. Read More »

Is Alexis Sanchez’s passion help or hindrance?

The Chilean is undoubtedly one of Arsenal and the Premier League’s best players. He’s creative, finds the back of the net very often and wants to play every minute of every game. Although that last benefit comes with considerable risk, can Arsenal really gamble with their best player? Read More »

Would Max Allegri be a suitable replacement for Arsene Wenger?

With less than six months to run on Arsene Wenger’s current deal, speculation surrounding the Frenchman’s potential summer departure gains momentum by the week. Should the 67-year-old decide to call it a day, his successor will have some huge shoes (and overcoat) to fill. Could Juventus coach Max Allegri be the perfect candidate? Read More »

Why has Dele Alli flourished this season?

Tottenham’s young team are quickly becoming one of the hottest collective sides in world football – with their plethora of exciting and talented players seeing Spurs rise towards the top of the table. They are still some way short of Chelsea at the top, though, nine points, in fact. However, their outlook is far brighter than it was a few ... Read More »

What must Manchester City do to beat West Ham?

The weekend’s FA Cup Fourth Round saw a glut of Premier League action, so midweek and weekend games are sure to sate the footballing hunger of the fans. While the pick of the midweek games was Liverpool and Chelsea’s heavyweight clash, there is also a very interesting matchup on Wednesday as Manchester City travel to West Ham United. Read More »

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