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The Exploitation of Loan Signings

We’ve always wanted our beloved football teams to succeed. We usually see that one player who signs for our club and think maybe he’ll make the difference this season. Sometimes we see our football teams make loan signings and they usually prove very useful. Read More »

The Transfer Market: The Cost of the Past Part 1

The transfer market is a truly ridiculous place at present with rumours of the first £100 million deal circulating constantly around Antoine Griezmann. It’s obvious how we got to this level of reckless spending but what would the greatest players of generations gone by, be worth in the current market?  Read More »

The biggest talking points ahead of this weekend’s Premier League action

The last few weeks of the Premier League have been a testament to its brilliance: entertaining and unpredictable. No one would have foreseen Liverpool’s dramatic decline, Hull’s revitalised form and Swansea’s re-birth. Once again, this weekend’s action has the ability to surprise and add twists to a season already populated with myriad controversies and moments of genius. Read More »

Why Arsenal will defeat Bayern Munich

Arsenal won their Champions League group for the first time since 2011 and were rewarded with a showdown with German champions, Bayern Munich. But it’s not all doom & gloom because this season I’m telling you, Arsenal will knock out Carlo Ancelotti’s men. Read More »

Premier League: Predictions for matchday 25

Premier League

With just 14 games remaining in this season’s Premier League, each fixture is becoming increasing more important. There are two standout encounters taking place on matchday 25: second placed Tottenham travel to Anfield, while Swansea and Leicester meet in a crucial relegation clash. Read More »

Sydney FC going for an unbeaten league season

Down under, in the A-League there’s one team completely dominating the division. Their successes have seen them go unbeaten in the league campaign, with just eight games to play. Sydney will now be looking to go the whole season without suffering a single defeat. Read More »

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