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Why Manchester United were right choosing Lukaku when Morata deal stalled

Romelu Lukaku's future may not be as an Everton striker but its bright.

We have all seen the Manchester United of last season. They looked fragile and unthreatening in attack. Misfiring strikers, poor shot-to-goal conversion ratios and a lack enough options hindered their chances in the league last time around. And after Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s long term injury, it was obvious for United to immediately fill in the striker position in the transfer window. Read More »

Will Antonio Conte last the season as Chelsea manager?

All is not well at Chelsea. Tensions are reaching boiling point as the Blues begin their title defence and Champions League return. Manager Antonio Conte has been at loggerheads with the hierarchy over their transfer deals in the summer which is likely to result in his exit sooner rather than later. Read More »

Three Premier League PFA Player of the Year candidates for 2017/18 season

The new season is drawing ever closer, with the excitement for the opening weekend of the 2017/18 season building. The curtain-raising Community Shield takes place this weekend, and it pits league winners Chelsea against FA Cup champions Arsenal. Ahead of the big kick-off, we’ve taken a look at the three main candidates to win the Premier League PFA Player of ... Read More »

Leicester City: What should they do with an influx of strikers?

Kelechi Iheanacho, Leicester City

Leicester City already had four established strikers in Jamie Vardy, Islam Slimani, Shinji Okazaki and Ahmed Musa. They have now added a fifth in Kelechi Iheanacho. They say you can never have too many centre-forwards but it looks as though the Foxes have exactly that. How should they handle their eclectic group of goal-getters? Read More »

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