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Eric Dier fits the bill for Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United

As the summer window approaches there is no doubt that Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will be looking to secure new arrivals, as he seeks title glory at Old Trafford. The club are heavily linked with an array of midfielders and one young man at White Hart Lane might just be the perfect match. Read More »

Five games remain in the Spanish Segunda Division

When it comes to Spanish football many of us know that there is a high quality of football in La Liga. With super-teams such as Real Madrid and Barcelona dominating year in, year out, most of us forget about the rest of the Spanish teams. But one league that isn’t so much looked at is the Segunda Division.  Read More »

Fixture congestion, tougher opponents – Chelsea should expect these and more next season

Kingsley Ukpai debates whether Chelsea are Premier League Champions elect.

The 2016-17 Premier League title has been won and lost. The team that has set the standard is Chelsea. The West Londoners have absolutely blazed the trail. Aside from winning the league for the second time in three years, Chelsea could break the record for the most wins in a Premier League season if they win three more games. Read More »

Arsenal’s 2-0 victory at Southampton: Three things we learned

On Wednesday night, the Premier League top four race took another definitive turn. Arsenal’s 2-0 victory at Southampton could prove crucial. The win takes the Gunners to within four points of Liverpool, with a game in hand. Read More »

3 British managers capable of reviving Inter Milan

British managers haven’t really had the smoothest sail in foreign countries. Nonetheless, the latest opening at Inter Milan might just be the perfect turning point for them if presented the opportunity to return the Nerazzurri back to their glory days. Read More »

A monody for Alex Song

The former Cameroonian international, Alex Song and his career have become something worthy of a harrowing ode. His blockbuster move from Arsenal to Barcelona didn’t materialise into what he expected and now he struggles to get into the first team of a mid-table Russian side. But where did the ballad go off key for the player? Read More »

Three Manchester United youngsters who should look to follow in Axel Tuanzebe’s footsteps

Manchester United

Manchester United Football Club are renowned all over Europe for their world-class ability at turning academy prospects into top quality players. That trend has been a constant mantra of theirs, and even under Jose Mourinho it looks set to continue, and it started with Axel Tuanzebe. Read More »

Chris Wood: Too good for Leeds United and perfect for West Ham?

Chris Wood

At Leeds United, Chris Wood has found a home. But he shouldn’t get too comfortable; he belongs in the Premier League. With West Ham searching for a striker to reduce their dependency on injury-prone Andy Carroll, Chris Wood could be their man. Read More »

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