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2017 FA Cup: The Underdog Year?

Every football fan loves to see a good underdog story, and rarely throughout the season do we see this happen in England’s most prestigious tournament; the FA Cup. So why do we like this sort of thing? Read More »

Who skippers Manchester United next?

Despite Wayne Rooney only being named Manchester United captain less than three years ago, the armband at Old Trafford may well be up for grabs again come the end of the campaign, but who will Jose Mourinho choose to lead his side as they quest to return to the top of the table again. Read More »

The Exploitation of Loan Signings

We’ve always wanted our beloved football teams to succeed. We usually see that one player who signs for our club and think maybe he’ll make the difference this season. Sometimes we see our football teams make loan signings and they usually prove very useful. Read More »

Never Thought I’d Say This: Steven Taylor Is Spot On

When I hear the name Steven Taylor, my first thoughts are of that pathetic attempt of getting away with the most blatant of handballs against Aston Villa. That’s closely followed by the sheer disbelief that he played nearly 200 Premier League games and was once touted as a potential future England captain. Read More »

Why has Dele Alli flourished this season?

Tottenham’s young team are quickly becoming one of the hottest collective sides in world football – with their plethora of exciting and talented players seeing Spurs rise towards the top of the table. They are still some way short of Chelsea at the top, though, nine points, in fact. However, their outlook is far brighter than it was a few ... Read More »

How could Chelsea invest during this transfer window?

It has been yet another superbly unpredictable Premier League season and the surprises show no signs of abating. Both Manchester clubs languish outside of the Champions League spots, while Liverpool and Tottenham are currently battling with Arsenal for prime position to usurp Chelsea.  Read More »

What Brexit could mean for football

A hard Brexit is looming ominously on the horizon and with the politicians in Westminster voting on whether to pass Theresa May’s plan to leave the EU this week some serious issues are being thrown up. The most pressing and serious of which is simple and clear for all to see: What will a post-Brexit Premier League look like? Read More »

Pep Guardiola’s defensive issues at Manchester City

Manchester City’s 4-0 loss to Everton this Sunday was Pep Guardiola’s biggest defeat in the league as a manager and this result emphasised how vulnerable his defence is. The match should be a wake-up call for Guardiola who needs to make some significant personnel and tactical changes if The Sky Blues are going to be title contenders this year. Read More »

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