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Players you can’t believe are still at your club

Do you ever look at your club’s full squad list and wonder why some of the group are still claiming a wage? It could be a long serving senior who should consider their coaching badges, a youngster who isn’t quite making the grade or just someone you wish would head overseas into obscurity – there’s one at every club! Read More »

Could Sadio Mane have cost Liverpool their season?

Sadio Mane

This weekend saw Liverpool fall to a heavy 5-0 defeat against Manchester City at the Etihad Stadium. But the major talking point was not the result. Everybody was talking about Sadio Mane’s sending off after the game. Was it the correct decision by referee Jon Moss or was the incident deemed harsh? Read More »

Premier League Saturday Review

The Saturday after the International Break is always welcomed in a festive manner. It brings back club football and the Premier League, of course. This Saturday was no different. It was pretty exciting and had all the ingredients of a typical action-packed Premier League matchday. Read More »

How can Frank de Boer turn Crystal Palace around?

Frank de Boer

Crystal Palace has suffered a nightmare start to the season under new Dutch boss Frank de Boer, with three defeats and not a single goal scored. It has been somewhat unexpected for de Boer’s side and it seems already that things must change at Selhurst Park before it’s too late. Read More »

Manchester City expose Liverpool’s weak underbelly

Pep Guardiola rejoined Txiki Begiristain and Ferran Soriano at Man City to restore the lost Barcelona ethos. Spiritually speaking, it was the wrong choice.

In the final game before the international break, Liverpool hammered Arsenal 4-0 to expose the Gunners inability to defend and cope against an incisive attack. Every footballing channel openly mocked Arsenal, ridiculing them for yet again failing to add any players of note to a defence that looked sub-standard last term. Read More »

Will Manchester United remain consistent?

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho

As we have witnessed this season so far, Manchester United have proven to be dominant. Not letting in a single goal in three games is a great sign for Jose Mourinho’s men. They have also scored ten goals which means it looks like we could see a truly great Manchester United side this season. But can they stay consistent? Read More »

Has Arsene Wenger confirmed his transfer plans?

Arsene Wenger is leading Arsenal for the 22nd consecutive campaign. The Gunners have made a slow start to 2017/18, but can they redeem their season?

Arsene Wenger has received a lot of criticism this summer for sticking to his usual style of gripping tightly on the club’s purse strings and doing his utmost to retain the bulk of his existing squad. As a byproduct, the legendary Frenchman appears to have upset Alexis Sanchez beyond reprieve and fan favourite Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has departed for pastures new ... Read More »

Ander Herrera becomes another Jose Mourinho casualty

He was so phenomenal last season, he even won Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year award. But a new season has brought new fortunes for Ander Herrera. The Spaniard now finds himself slipping into the fringes at Manchester United. From being the fans favourite to become skipper instead of Rooney, Ander Herrera is slipping into oblivion under Jose Mourinho. Read More »

The meteoric rise of Marcus Rashford

After leading his country a step closer to the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Marcus Rashford is the name on everybody’s lips; and rightly so. With a goal and an assist at Wembley against Slovakia, the 19-year-old once again showed the world why he is one of the best youth prospects in world football. Read More »

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