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Tottenham vs Arsenal: 5 things we learned

St. Totteringham Day has been cancelled; Tottenham opened up a 17 point gap between themselves and Arsenal with a 2-0 victory. A Dele Alli goal and a Harry Kane finish were enough to see off an abject Arsenal.  Here are 5 things we learned. Read More »

Is Marc-Andre ter Stegen the answer for Manchester City?

The problems of Manchester City have been well documented this season. Pep Guardiola’s debut campaign in the Premier League has been underwhelming. No trophies and an early exit in Europe has seen his expectations come crashing down, as the ferocious competitiveness of the league continues to cause new managers problems. Read More »

Have you seen this manager? Jurgen Klinsmann

Jurgen Klinsmann annoys people. His tactical nous is more not. Still, his modern organizational skills would make him an excellent technical director.

Whether still chasing silverware, desperately seeking to avoid relegation, or sitting comfortably mid-table, clubs across Europe are beginning to plan for next season even as this one runs down. Some will be searching for a new manager. One or two are already available. Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk ... Read More »

Chelsea could complete an incredible deal this summer

Whether it is a player’s choices on or off the pitch or a club’s decisions in the transfer window, the choices of clubs and players are rarely ever agreed upon by the entire public. However, Chelsea may be hugely vindicated in their decision to let a promising youngster leave back in 2014. Read More »

Marouane Fellaini once again showcases his flaws

Marouane Fellaini

It was a Manchester derby that hardly lived up to the huge billing many gave it. A drab 0-0 was the culmination of a lot of talk, and very little action, with a point for both sides meaning the gap between the two, stays the same. However, it is Marouane Fellaini that everyone is talking about. Read More »

Why Pep Guardiola has failed at Manchester City this season.

After another disappointing result in a big game, it’s time for us to evaluate Pep Guardiola’s first year in England. When the Spaniard first arrived at the Etihad, City fans wouldn’t give the rest of us a word in edgeways. All we could hear was ‘we’ve got the best manager in the world!’ Or ‘Oh look Leicester won the league ... Read More »

Are Blackpool on their way back up to the top?

Blackpool may be well known for once having one of the most controversial, free-talking managers around whilst playing their trade in the Premier League. Nowadays, Ian Holloway manages Championship side Queens Park Rangers, who sit some 35 places above Holloway’s former seaside town club.  Read More »

Players who signed for the wrong club

Transfers are big news these days and the deals are often worth much more than they really should be. However, it seems that some players move to certain clubs for the wrong reasons; money seems to be the biggest factor for many, but it would appear that some players have realised they made the wrong decision on the path of ... Read More »

Mourinho Must Sell Before He Buys

Kristian Webb suggests a raft of players Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho must sell before buying in the summer window.

Manchester United’s failings this season have almost been outweighed by its successes but the balance still swings disappointment’s way. Jose Mourinho has stated his intent to re-shape his squad this summer. Yet, every question posed to him is framed around acquisitions rather than departures. The truth is Mourinho must sell before buying. Read More »

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