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Why Leicester City is turning out to be a one season wonder

The last season of the Premier League was certainly unorthodox, where against all the odds Leicester City claimed the title and flabbergasted the sporting world. But, the story is totally different this season as the Champions are finding it hard to defend the title. Read More »

Nacho Monreal: the unsung hero of Arsenal’s resurgence.

After a rocky and very unpleasant start to his life at Arsenal, Nacho Monreal has fast become one of Wenger’s most important players. In the almost four years he’s been at the club he has progressed in leaps and bounds into one of the most reliable full-backs in not only Europe but World football. Read More »

Why Mourinho’s handling of Schweinsteiger has been despicable

Bastian Schweinsteiger is a German legend, a World Cup winner and one of the greatest midfielders of all time, but apparently, he’s not deemed good enough to play for an average United side? Instead, Mourinho has shamelessly cast him away to the reserves. The way the 32-year old has been treated by the Portuguese manager this season is nothing short of ... Read More »

Have we been too harsh on Paul Pogba?

Some football fans may be feeling a little bit short-changed with Pogba’s Manchester United performances so far. The news coverage he’s received over the past four months has been nothing short of obsessive, thus creating a mystical aura around the young 23-year old, an aura he hasn’t been able to live up to.  Read More »

Are these the 5 most overrated players in the Premier League?

In a league filled with exceptional talent, there are many players who just seem to get more attention than others who are more deserving. Every single week I scream expletives at my television when I hear a commentator erupt with admiration for a player that I just don’t feel is that good. Here are the 5 players that make me ... Read More »

7 Premier League superstars you never knew were Muslims

The Premier League is undoubtedly the most followed league in the world showcasing unrivalled glamour, suspense and thrills. No wonder it is attracting the very best football talents from across the globe possessing contrasting beliefs and ideology. Read More »

What does Tottenham’s win over City mean for the league?

The irresistible force finally met its immovable object. On Sunday Pochettino’s men outmuscled, out-pressed, out worked and physically dominated Guardiola’s superstars in a match that firmly set their title challenge in motion. But where does the resounding 2-0 defeat leave Pep’s Man City team? Read More »

Manchester City legend Paul Dickov criticises his former club

Ex-Manchester City striker Paul Dickov could not hide his disappointment after his former team’s 100% winning start to their Premier League season was halted on Sunday, the former player took to Twitter to share his thoughts on the match. Read More »

Arsenal set to offer Hector Bellerin a new five-year contract.

According to reports that surfaced this week, Arsenal are set to offer Héctor Bellerín a new 5-year contract to keep him at the club until 2021. With three years left on his current deal, Arsenal want to offer him another five years amidst persistent speculation from Barcelona and Manchester City. The Spaniard who is currently on around £45,000 a week would have his ... Read More »

Premier League: Five talking points from week 7

The Premier League is in full swing and it produced yet another entertaining weekend of action. We look back at the big talking points from matchday seven, including a sensational goal from Dimitri Payet, and a vital win for Tottenham Hotspur. Read More »

Why Bob Bradley deserves his chance with Swansea City

Former USA head coach Bob Bradley has been appointed at the helm of Swansea City. The veteran American manager has a proven track record, but never a job this big. Could the combination of Swans, Stars and Stripes be a winner? Read More »

What exactly does Conte see in Moses?

When Antonio Conte arrived Stamford Bridge, one particular player almost certain to leave Chelsea was Nigerian winger, Victor Moses. However, about three months after the Italian officially took charge of the Blues, the 25-year-old not only remained at the club but has become one of his manager’s favourites. Read More »

Burnley vs. Arsenal: a story of diligent resilience vs. fatigued creativity.

After a week filled with praise and plaudits for their performances against Chelsea & Basel, Arsenal had to prove to the world they were ready to become serious title contenders by translating their current form into valuable league points. A Burnley side who had only won two out of their last six league games stood in the Gunners’ way. 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 »

The rebirth of Raheem Sterling

In footballing terms, it’s been nothing of short of a ‘miracle’. Quite a dramatic statement one might think, but what I am calling the ‘rebirth’ of Raheem Sterling has been just that, a miracle. Read More »

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