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Lit transfer window, dull season: Everton’s story thus far

Can it get any worse for Everton? I mean just look at their squad, the players they brought in the transfer season and the money spent on them isn’t reflected in their recent results. Something is definitely going wrong for The Toffees and their latest drubbing at the hands of Manchester United absolutely proves it. Read More »

Is Arsenal better off without Mesut Ozil?

Arsenal were without their creator-in-chief, Mesut Ozil, when they put in a resilient display at Stamford Bridge against Chelsea. This performance received a lot of plaudits from the footballing world. It also led to pundits and fans, including Arsenal legend Martin Keown, claiming that the Gunners are better off without Ozil. Read More »

What we learnt from the London derby

In an early season top four clash, Arsenal travelled to Stamford Bridge to take on the reigning Champions in the London derby. The game was filled with quality football, world-class players, and high drama. In the end, the spectacle allowed Arsenal to end a run of five successive defeats at the Bridge, by gaining a valuable point. Read More »

Everton are still lacking a leader

Ronald Koeman

Everton’s hammering at the hands of Manchester United was yet another example of why they are not yet ready to battle for a Champions League spot with the best in the Premier League. A 4-0 defeat means that the Toffees have now conceded 12 goals and have not scored in four games in the league and Europe. This clearly makes ... Read More »

The Wembley ghost still looms large over Tottenham Hotspur

At this juncture, there’s no denying the fact that the Wembley stadium still isn’t a happy hunting ground for Tottenham Hotspur. Five Premier League games in and just one goal scored by a man in a Spurs shirt at the new Wembley. Mauricio Pochettino’s side continues to suffer the effect of making an unfamiliar ground their home. Read More »

Chelsea are going about their business quietly but effectively

This summer, Antonio Conte has been linked with a combination of the best performing & most hyped players from 2016-17. Yet, he needn't buy them all. Instead, he could show some faith in his underutilized squad members.

In the early stages of the 2017/18 Premier League season, the Manchester clubs are running away with it. However, cast your mind back to last season where a similar scenario began to unfold. Then, think about who lifted the title in May. Chelsea Football Club are slipping under the radar again, and it’s the perfect situation for Antonio Conte and ... Read More »

Tottenham can dominate Europe this season

For the second consecutive year, Tottenham will be participating in the group stages of the UEFA Champions League. That would have been thought impossible by many in England given the club’s obvious lack of progress in continental competition, but it could be different this time around. Read More »

Football’s most bizarre injuries

Before Real Madrid began their 2017/18 Champions League defence at home to Apoel Nicosia on Wednesday evening news broke that one of their stars, Marcos Asensio would be absent from the game due to injury. Not the most devastating news based on the ease of opposition of course, however, the nature of the injury caused a great stir. With that ... Read More »

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