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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 »

Six clubs who bought their way to success

In the modern game money talks. Everywhere you look be it in a stadium, on the pitch, on the television and on the player’s kits there is something money related. It can bring teams success as well as failure. Here are six teams who had money pumped into them and how it affected their stature.  Read More »

Who is the Premier League’s pass-master?

Ronaldo, Messi, Xavi, Iniesta, Schweinsteiger are just a few of the world’s most recognised passers of the ball. With the Premier League receiving an increased amount of attention year by year, let us take a look at the league’s top 5 current passers. Read More »

Southampton should go for EFL Cup Glory

This season is the perfect opportunity for Southampton to add the missing piece to their superb rise to the upper reaches of the Premier League. The promotions and plaudits are a credit to everyone at the club but they are yet to garnish this success with silverware. The EFL Cup would put to bed the fears that The Saints’ progress ... Read More »

Lallana is the key for club and country

Liverpool travel to St Mary’s tonight to face Southampton in the first leg of their EFL Cup tie, many of the Liverpool starting 11 will be visiting their old club considering the players that Liverpool have purchased from the Saints in recent seasons, however it is Adam Lallana that has been one of the signings of the last few years. Read More »

FA Cup story so far: Lincoln City & Sutton United

The two lowest ranked teams still left in this year’s FA Cup; Lincoln city and Sutton United. Both the Vanarama Conference teams have battled it through at least 4 games so far in this competition, earning a replay in the third round. With two very winnable replays for both sides, I have a look at their FA Cup run so far. Read More »

How has Jose Mourinho rejuvenated Manchester United?

Last week was the first time this season that Manchester United claimed four successive league wins. It’s not something to celebrate about but, it definitely means something after what they have gone through earlier this season. Manchester United are now getting the rewards for their hard work and it’s reflecting in the recent results. Finally, there is some sense of ... Read More »

Flashback: 2016 – A year of surprises

As we have entered into the final week of 2016, and before we bid adieu to the year, I would like to take you to a short memory ride of the football events that left the world shell-shocked at times, and these stories and situations are why we all love the beautiful game so much. Read More »

Is England letting Wilfred Zaha switch nationalities a big mistake?

There have been reports circulating in recent weeks suggesting Crystal Palace winger, Wilfred Zaha, is on the verge of switching international allegiance from England to Ivory Coast after making a mere 2 appearances for The Three Lions; both of which came in friendlies. So how big of a mistake have England made letting the young attacker go? Read More »

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