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Can fixture congestion actually be beneficial?

The generally accepted consensus in football is that fewer fixtures is always of benefit. It’s partly behind the calls for England to introduce a winter break and it’s why many teams choose to play ‘weakened’ sides in cup matches, either to give players a rest or because they don’t really mind going out of the cup as they can focus ... Read More »

Why Leicester City will finish in the top half of the Premier League

Following mass media coverage concerning the sacking of Claudio Ranieri, the Leicester City players have gone about their business quietly. As much as they needed a win, they proved the media and many doubters correct as they smashed Liverpool out of the park, showing they do have the class- something they didn’t show for Ranieri this season. Read More »

Should Manchester United let Wayne Rooney leave on a free transfer?

Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney has been an absolute modern-day legend for Manchester United, with the Englishman winning all there is to be won with the Red Devils. However, things have certainly changed over the last few years; and not for the better. His form has been drastically deteriorating and Jose Mourinho will obviously know this. What’s his next move? Read More »

Five things that we hate about the modern game

As big football fans, we like to watch our favourite teams whether they play well or not so well. In some cases, if you can’t make it to a certain game you can be lucky enough to catch it on television.  We’re going to discuss the five things that we hate to witness while watching the beautiful game. With thousands ... Read More »

The biggest Premier League fixtures in March

Due to FA Cup quarter-finals and the international break at the end of the month, there are fewer Premier League games taking place in March but still some thrilling contests to look forward to. With Liverpool’s encounters against Arsenal and Manchester City the standout fixtures. Read More »

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