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Mohamed Salah: An Egyptian tale

Mohamed Salah

With the transfer window now closed, we have seen some of the biggest deals in world football. But before deadline day there were some really good purchases by many clubs. One of them being Egyptian winger Mohamed Salah. He signed with Liverpool from Roma for a fee of around £37m possibly rising to £44m. Read More »

Dr. Oxlade and Mr. Chamberlain

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is reportedly looking away from Arsenal and the Emirates for greener pastures. Not for money but to play the position he prefers.

Arsenal has sold Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain. What a poor decision. No, wait. It’s great! He wasn’t even in the first choice team. Or was he? Our only exposure to the player is inconsistent runs where he either took our breath away or left us wanting more. Read More »

Lucas Alario will fill Chicharito’s void in Bayer Leverkusen

Bayer Leverkusen tested the market the entire summer looking to find a replacement for Javier Hernandez. And even though it took them longer than expected, they found their man in Lucas Alario. The Argentinian striker does not have a big name reputation in Europe and many experts do not know him well. But he will fit perfectly in Leverkusen; and ... Read More »

Danny Drinkwater’s Leicester City absence will be terribly felt

Deadline day was action packed. Several big deals were completed. One involved Leicester City fans favourite, Danny Drinkwater.

Deadline day was action packed. Several big deals were completed. One involved Leicester City fans favourite, Danny Drinkwater. A few days prior to the transfer deadline, news broke the Premier League champion had submitted a transfer request, leaving Foxes fans confused and heartbroken. Reigning Premier League champion Chelsea had been linked with the player throughout the summer. The Blues finally ... Read More »

How on earth did Ravel Morrison end up in Mexico?

Ravel Morrison now finds himself in the Mexican League's depths with Atlas FC. What exactly went wrong for one of England's most prodigious talents. 

Ravel Morrison now finds himself in the Mexican League’s depths, with Atlas FC. What exactly went wrong for one of England’s most prodigious talents.  Morrison is striving to salvage his crippled, peripatetic career. If there was one player from United’s youth ranks back in 2010 who appeared destined for greatness, it had to be Morrison. In a team blessed with ... Read More »

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