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Will the Premier League be less of a one horse race next season?

This Premier League season has welcomed many superstars – Antonio Conte, Paul Pogba and Zlatan Ibrahimovic, to name a few. Despite the quality in various sides, Chelsea has shown their dominance by staying in top spot for a while now. Can we expect more of the same next season? Read More »

Could Sampdoria beat Juventus?

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Juventus are a sickeningly good football team and hold an eight-point advantage over the next best-placed side, AS Roma. Although now, a genuine contender to actually beat them has emerged in Sampdoria from Genoa, who host the champions this weekend. Read More »

Atletico Madrid vs Leicester City: Does The Foxes Champions League fairytale end here?

The eagerly awaited draw for the quarter-finals of Europe’s elite club competition took centre-stage on Friday. Atletico Madrid and Leicester City were pitted against each other, in a tie the Foxes have almost zero chance of winning – unless we see one of the biggest shocks in modern football history. Read More »

The Sack Race: Have Premier League clubs been fair to managers this season?

Usually, one of the jobs with the worst job security in the world is that of a Premier League manager, unless you’re Arsene Wenger, though. This year, the number of Premier League managers being shown the door is rising by the day – this trend leads to the question cited on the title of this piece. Read More »

Marcus Rashford will prove his worth

Marcus Rashford

Nineteen is the magic number right now, especially if you are an avid supporter of Manchester United Football Club and follow the England National team. He wears the number 19 for his Club and at just the tender age of 19, he looks set to lead his country’s attacking line versus their biggest rivals in their history; Germany. Read More »

How Leicester keeper Kasper Schmeichel is now one of the finest keepers in Europe

After Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel proved to be the Foxes’ hero again in their 2-0 victory over Sevilla to reach the quarter-finals of the Champions League, we take a look at how the Dane has progressed to be one of the finest keepers in Europe. Read More »

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