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Should Arsenal follow Manchester United’s lead?

Arsenal’s 4-2 win over Bate Borisov on Thursday evening meant that Arsene Wenger’s side maintained their 100% start to their Europa League campaign following their victory over German side FC Koln in their opening game. Their apparent ease in Europe at the moment may see Arsene Wenger opt to follow Jose Mourinho’s lead from last season.  Read More »

Why didn’t Crystal Palace wait?

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The current Premier League season is seeing some of the best football played for some years in England with a number of sides setting the standard early on. However, there are a group of teams that are already looking like favourites to go down after a tough start.  Read More »

Swansea City fans must back new signing Sam Clucas

Swansea City new signing, Sam Clucas has been targeted by some of his own fans after their 2-1 home defeat to Premier League rivals Watford on Saturday. He joined the Swans from Hull City in the transfer window for an undisclosed fee, believed to be in the region of £16 million. However, some supporters are already unhappy with him. Read More »

Jay Rodriguez incident proves why diving exists

Calls are supposed to even out over time but two late season dives may very well impact the Premier League relegation fight.

Jay Rodriguez was clipped by Shkodran Mustafi but did not go down as Arsenal overcame West Bromwich Albion in a surprisingly entertaining and eventful Monday night fixture. Had he hit the ground, however, he would have ‘won’ a penalty. The incident proves exactly why diving exists and highlights the difficulty in ridding it from the beautiful game. Read More »

Is Marco Silva the real deal?

Watford's season has started excellently. With seven games played, The Hornets have accumulated 12 points under the guidance of manager Marco Silva.

Marco Silva is a name that has recently come to the fore. The innovative manager has certainly made an impression in England as he continues to push Watford up the table. With Silva being so new to the Premier League, few know his career credentials and how far he can take his new team. Read More »

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