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The Premier League’s Oldest XI – 2016/17

Crouch features in our oldest XI

Yes, it’s that time of the year when we look at the players who’ve featured throughout the season in the twilight of their careers. Essentially, I spent a bit of research time hunting around to find a team of players who make up the oldest XI of the 2016/17 season. Read More »

The Media’s Proposed 2017/18 Manchester United XI

Manchester United

Manchester United haven’t even played their last league game or determined whether or not they will lift the Europa League trophy and head back into the Champion’s League next season but the rumours have already started as to who will be leaving Old Trafford and who will be taking their place – if the media had their way; this would ... Read More »

Manchester United Player of the Year awards: Three things we learned

As an avid supporter, I was gripped by the annual Manchester United Player of the Year awards. There weren’t many surprises in terms of those who received the awards, but there were three huge things we learned from the ceremony itself and none of them relates to transfers for once! Read More »

Have Peterborough United found yet another attacking ace?

Peterborough United

In recent years, Peterborough United, have been well known for finding gems from non-league and turning them into outstanding, goal-scoring machines. The club’s scouts have been at it again and have just signed another talent, in 28-year-old, Ricky Miller. Read More »

Another disappointing season for Peterborough United

This season saw Grant McCann become a manager with his first season in charge of Peterborough. With many Posh fans growing more and more frustrated and mid-table League One finishes, many thought this was going to be their season, again. Read More »

Should the Peterborough Chairman sell up?

Peterborough United chairman, Darragh MacAnthony so far has had a 10-year love affair with the Cambridgeshire side. Being part of numerous promotions, and relegations, the Irishman stated, on Twitter, that if the Posh failed to get promoted this season he would sell up. Should he stay or should he go? Read More »

Peterborough United v Southend United: Match Report

With the Posh facing sides in and around themselves in their next four games, in a bid to push into those promotion places, they started with a home tie to Southend – who were just 3 points above them. Fans came to the ABAX Stadium hoping for a fine display from McCann’s men – however, they got just the opposite. Read More »

Football Fans Are Mental

I’m going to tell you a story about myself that has nothing to do with football, per se. I’m going to tell it anyway, so I can then discuss this thing between Arsenal Fan TV and Gary Neville, or more importantly, the irrationality behind it. So, bear with me. Read More »

The Manchester United squad – a few tweaks and they could close the gap

“Come on, United -” yes, words from a loyal and dedicated fan, myself, who more than anything would like the title to be within their grasp. It can be, no doubt, and with the win against Leicester, I believe there is a good chance that the Red Devils are heading in the right direction.  Read More »

We’re all Leeds, aren’t we?

I’m not sure when it started but I remember being aged about 13 and stealing the colour posters of the squad which were included in the Yorkshire Evening Post’s I was supposed to deliver. Whilst most girls had the bedrooms adorned with posters of New Kids on the Block and Jason Donovan I had Chris Kamara, David Batty and Gary ... Read More »

Could Middlesbrough sign Bojan?

This transfer window has seen many rumours about who’s going where or what deals big clubs are trying to pursue. Already there has been a lot of money spent so far in the January transfer window. 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 »

Book Review – Coventry City: A Club Without A Home

Coventry City famously left their Highfield Road home in 2005 to play at the purpose built Ricoh Arena, but for a dark period of 18 months they moved out of nirvana to play at Sixfields Stadium, this is the full story behind what happened to the former Premier League mainstays. Read More »

Manchester United face an uphill task following a tough schedule

Well, Manchester United may be back to winning ways after an emphatic win over Leicester City last week and beating Zorya Luhansk in the Europa league on Thursday. But, they must prepare themselves for a real ‘acid test’ ahead of the tough fixtures list this month. Read More »

Nigel Pearson’s suspension could prove to best for all parties after Derby’s stuttering start.

On a day where Britain’s sport headlines were dominated by the controversy surrounding the now former England manager, Sam Allardyce, who left his position by mutual consent following allegations made by The Telegraph about comments made by Allardyce to undercover private investigators, Derby County found themselves in headlines themselves, as they suspended their manager Nigel Pearson just hours before their ... Read More »

Just What Is Going Wrong At Manchester United?

They say what a difference ‘a day’ makes, but in the case of Manchester United it’s evidently clear in their case that what a difference a week makes. Read More »

What went wrong in the derby for United and how can they revamp?

Well, it was a ferocious derby that everyone was expecting. Both the teams got into the game with 100% record. But in the end, it was Guardiola’s men who came out on top in the most expensive match ever played. Read More »

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