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Man Utd and the Europa League: Help or Hinderance?

Manchester United’s Europa League campaign continues tonight with a last-32 tie against St Etienne, but is the Europa League a help or a hinderance for Manchester United? Read More »

Sulking Sanchez and why more is needed from the star Chilean

Arsenal were humiliated on Tuesday night. Bayern Munich ran rampant as Arsene Wenger’s men once again demonstrated a psychological weakness. Arsenal’s top players did not turn up and there was a woeful lack of fight; it was predictable, really. Read More »

Changed Sam Allardyce staring down final frontier

Crystal Palace are flirting with relegation. New manager Sam Allardyce has seemingly lost his touch and could be relegated for the first time in his managerial career. Read More »

Mario Gotze has experienced a fall from grace

Mario Gotze will be forever remembered as a national hero for scoring the decisive goal in a World Cup final. The German midfielder also once played an integral role in a successful Borussia Dortmund side, but times have since altered. As after a disappointing past 18 months, Gotze is no longer fawned upon. Read More »

Will AS Monaco drive away with the Ligue 1 title this season?

If you haven’t paid attention to Ligue 1 so far this season you might be surprised to know that PSG are not at the top of the league. AS Monaco have been commanding the French league for some time this season. Read More »

How will the Japanese clubs fair in the Asian Champions League?

The J.League are one of the most represented associations in the Asian Champions League with a team in every western region group. Although a Japanese side hasn’t won the continental title in nine years since Gamba Osaka won it back in 2008, will the J.Leagues finest progress in this seasons competition? Read More »

Everyone calm down, Arsenal can still do this.

Yes ok, I get it, last night Bayern Munich produced a 5* performance and knocked Arsenal for five. These things happen, but who’s to say Arsenal can’t replicate the same level of performance in the return fixture? The Champions League is filled with the best teams in the world, of course there will be days where one team gets the better ... Read More »

Freddy Adu – From football’s hottest prospect to sadly unemployed.

If you were a keen fan of Football Manager in the noughties you would have inevitably googled ‘Best Football Manager Wonderkids’ – and top of that list around 2005, more often than not, would have been a young American teenager called Freddy Adu, once tipped for success now he is desperate to sign a club after being rejected by several, ... Read More »

The best (or worst) unethical footballer haircuts

World journeyman and Ghanaian football legend, Asamoah Gyan has recently been found guilty of having “unethical hair” by the UAE FA. Whilst it’s unknown whether Gyan will be making a swift appointment at the barbers or not, there’s no better time to look at some of the best unethical hairstyles from footballers past and present. Read More »

Mauricio Pochettino must get out of his own way

Tottenham’s slim title hopes were all but ended in a 2-0 loss to Liverpool on Saturday. For all his good work, Mauricio Pochettino should shoulder the blame. Read More »

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