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Premier League players who lost their way

The stresses and demands of the Premier League are intense for most players. In some instances, they actually become too much and players start to crack under the pressure.  Read More »

More to come from AFC Bournemouth’s Joshua King next season?

It was another successful year in the top flight for Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth. Two years in English football’s top tier and the Cherries have more than held their own since the fairytale promotion in 2015, and this campaign, one player has really begun to come into his own. Read More »

Nobody fits the Jose Mourinho mould better than Andrea Belotti

It’s no secret that Manchester United will be in search for attacking options in this summer window. With top goalscorer Zlatan Ibrahimovic injured for the foreseeable future and his Old Trafford future unclear we will certainly be seeing at least one new striker next campaign. Read More »

Best and worst signings of the season

Wanyama was definitely not the worst signing of the season.

The Premier League season is over, sadly. The hollow wait for it to begin will be unbearable, but providing that steady stream of fascination will be the bizarre world of transfer rumours, which brings us nicely to a discussion on the best and worst signings of the season. Read More »

Chelsea vs Arsenal: A combined XI

Chelsea and Arsenal will meet in this year’s FA Cup final having experienced polar seasons; Chelsea has romped to the league, whereas the Gunners have stuttered and stalled. An FA Cup would ‘save’ Arsenal season – save is used loosely, here, for it has been an overwhelmingly disappointing year for Arsene Wenger’s men. Chelsea, however, is looking to complete a historic ... Read More »

5 teams qualified, but can English sides compete in the Champions League?

Champions League

After Manchester United’s Europa League triumph and the conclusion of the Premier League season last weekend, England will officially have five representatives in next seasons Champions League. But are any of them good enough to compete with European football’s top table clubs? Read More »

Former Chelsea man Petr Cech is vital for Arsenal this weekend

Petr Cech

Arsenal take on Chelsea this weekend in the FA Cup with Arsene Wenger’s men desperate to cap their disappointing season off with a victory and some silverware. Wenger will be calling on the experience of Petr Cech to help secure this. Read More »

Wayne Rooney should be in the England squad

Wayne Rooney

No matter what spin you put on the matter: Wayne Rooney has been an exceptional servant to the England National side and deserves far more respect than he has been offered this week. The briefest of cameos in the Europa League final followed by Gareth Southgate leaving the nation’s captain out for the forthcoming games with Scotland and France has ... Read More »

The inevitable rumours with the summer transfer window looming

transfer rumours

As much as there are still a few finals to get through over the coming weeks; the journalists have sharpened their pencils and are ready to scribble some transfer rumours with wholly unreliable sources fuelling their fires. We’ve already been treated to a few stinkers and here’s a few more that will inevitably adorn the back pages; probably before the ... Read More »

Are referees declining in quality?

We’ve all sat in the stands hurling abuse at the officials during a football match; it’s almost integral to the game these days. However, it isn’t this relentless tirade that is causing a decline in the quality of refereeing in the modern game – there are some much bigger factors impacting on their performances. Read More »

Marouane Fellaini: A story of revival

Marouane Fellaini

Marouane Fellaini was a monster in Manchester United’s midfield – a midfield spurred the Red Devils to victory against a burgeoning Ajax side in Wednesday night’s Europa League final. Read More »

The best of big Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce

Sam Allardyce, one of English football’s favourite managers has decided to call time on his career (he was at Crystal Palace) and put his feet up for (potentially) the rest of his life. We look back on some of Big Sam’s finest moments in football. Read More »

Real Madrid spend obscene money on 16-year-old Vinicius Junior!

Vinicius Junior

It was announced earlier this week that Real Madrid had secured a deal for 16-year-old Brazilian prospect Vinicius Junior from Flamengo. The rumoured fee is believed to be a staggering £38.7m. That’s not a misplaced decimal point, your read correctly. Almost £40m. Read More »

Why Tottenham Hotspur may have missed their chance at Premier League glory

Tottenham Hotspur have been an absolute joy to watch yet again this season. In typical fashion, they closed their campaign with a stunning 7-1 victory away at Hull City, playing the excellent, swashbuckling football that we’ve become accustomed to. However, here is why I feel that they may have missed their chance at glory. Read More »

Sam Allardyce quitting Crystal Palace highlights the club’s biggest problems

Sam Allardyce

After Being just 1 point away from the drop at the turn of the year and struggling for goals Crystal palace managed a fantastic comeback and managed to avoid relegation by 7 points. After all, they appointed the master of Premier League survival; Sam Allardyce. Read More »

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