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Can Sevilla be considered a serious title contender in La Liga this season?

When head coach Unai Emery left Sevilla for PSG in June 2016, many of their fans expected that a season of struggle and uncertainty would follow. A poor seventh-place finish in La Liga was only helped by the fact the club had won their fifth Europa League title in 10 years: securing automatic qualification for the Champions League in the ... Read More »

Gunners Lacking Ammo

It’s seen by some as the best league in the world due to its competitive nature, but sadly (if you’re a fan of Arsenal that is), their season looks like it’s petering into its usual inevitable disappointment. Read More »

The Anarchy at Old Trafford on Saturday

On paper, it seemed as if Manchester United would comfortably beat a Bournemouth team who are well off the pace, but Eddie Howe’s side fought bravely to earn a valuable point on the day. Unfortunately, the game was overshadowed by a poor refereeing performance and a couple of nasty incidents. Read More »

Mourinho Is Getting Away With Murder This Season Compared To Guardiola

There are two months left of the season to go and Man Utd are in sixth place, nowhere near the league title, whereas Man City still remain the closest challengers to Chelsea as they lie in 3rd with a game in hand, but yet it’s Pep Guardiola who has had the criticism all season long and Jose Mourinho is enjoying praise ... Read More »

Five players in need of a fresh start

As the Premier League becomes increasingly competitive, it is tougher than ever for players to cement a place in the first team. With that in mind, here are five players that could benefit from leaving their clubs in the summer to get back playing first-team football. Read More »

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