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Can Marcus Rashford be the next big thing at Manchester United?

Marcus Rashford

No matter how much money the clubs splash on players, there’s always something different about the homegrown talent. And of course, not everyone goes on and become a top player. Only a few can reach the great heights. But showing such signs in teenage is quite extraordinary, call it talent or god’s gift! Read More »

Manchester City’s bright start more impressive given the omission of core long-serving players

Manchester City continued their 100% start under new manager Pep Guardiola with a resounding win at home to Borussia Monchengladbach in Group E of the Champions League on Wednesday night. The 4-0 win was Manchester City’s seventh in all competitions this season, and the club has impressively achieved such a bright start without their influential core players of the past. Read More »

Who will be the surprise package of the 2016/17 Premier League season?

Last season was one of those campaigns that’ll live long in the memory, particularly for Leicester City fans who celebrated their first top flight title win in history. Their Premier League glory would’ve made other clubs take notice, and although nobody expects a so-called ‘small club’ to win the title, we could see a shock or two. Read More »

Friday night football: Who comes out tops Chelsea or Liverpool?

For the first time in the Premier League history, we get to experience Friday night football. Manchester United and Southampton kicked it off this August. Today it’ll be the turn of Chelsea and Liverpool to do battle for three points. Who comes out tops? Read More »

What is Wayne Rooney’s best position?

Wayne Rooney’s career has been in decline over the last several seasons, which has led to the Manchester United man receiving a fair amount of criticism, but if Rooney is played in his best position, he still has a big role to play for club and country. Read More »

New season, new Arsenal

Last year we would have drawn to Southampton on Saturday, lost 5-0 to PSG on Tuesday and had fans protesting outside Emirates on Thursday. But no no no, it’s a new era at Arsenal football club and things are rapidly changing.   Read More »

The fall and fall of Nicklas Bendtner

Nicklas Bendtner’s return to England with Championship side, Nottingham Forest, sums up the Danes plodding slump from grace to grass in the last couple of years. A player one time compared to the likes of Zlatan Ibrahimović but over time has failed to live up to his own hype. Read More »

What has Guardiola done with Raheem Sterling?

Raheem Sterling is back playing his best football once again. But this wasn’t the case a couple of months back. The most expensive Englishman was singled out for heavy criticism and abuse after England’s dismal showing at Euro 2016. Read More »

Premier League: Five talking points from week 4

We take a look at the main talking points from the fourth round of Premier League games, as Manchester City secured an important victory at Old Trafford and Everton’s Romelu Lukaku scored the first hat-trick of the season. Read More »

Can Manchester City realistically win the Champions League this season?

It wasn’t that long ago when Manchester City struggled to make it into Europe’s premier competition and had to settle for a few years in the Europa League despite the big spending. Now, however The Citizens are arguably one of the best sides on the planet and regulars in the Champions League, but can they win it? Read More »

5 of the best tweets from football players

Social media has become a hotbed for professional players to highlight their day to day lives with adoring fans. Twitter is one platform that has taken the reigns and now, more than ever before, football players are tweeting whatever they feel suits their situation. Read More »

Paul Pogba has started poorly, but he’ll prove to be worth the money

Manchester United Football Club dished out a world record £89million to bring in Paul Pogba over the summer, with the Frenchman claiming he had unfinished business at the Theatre of Dreams. He left a Champions League side in Juventus to make the move to come ‘back home’. Read More »

Diego Costa! The good the bad and the horrible!

Diego Costa! Here we go again with the big Spaniard -love him or hate him; one thing is certain, he always gives us plenty to talk about. On the backdrop of his performances so far this season, let’s take a look at the striker’s antecedents as a Chelsea and Spanish front-man. Read More »

Diego Costa could fire Chelsea’s new-look side to Premier League glory this season

Diego Costa is a 2016-17 PFA Player of the Year candidate.

The footballing world is expecting a huge battle between the Manchester clubs this season, with Jose Mourinho and Josep Guardiola reigniting a fierce rivalry. This will suit Chelsea Football Club down to a tee, as it allows them to go under the radar and just focus on their football. Read More »

What went wrong in the derby for United and how can they revamp?

Well, it was a ferocious derby that everyone was expecting. Both the teams got into the game with 100% record. But in the end, it was Guardiola’s men who came out on top in the most expensive match ever played. Read More »

Top 5 most temperamental footballers in the premier league

Eric Cantona, Paolo Di Canio, Roy Keane, El Hadji Diouf, Joey Barton etc. These were some of the most controversial and temperamental footballers who constantly stirred up trouble in the premier league with their endless shenanigans. Today, some of such players still ply their trade in England’s top tier football league. Read More »

The most significant transfers in Europe this Summer – part 2

The Premier League dominated the headlines in this summer’s transfer window, but there was also some big moves throughout Europe. We look at eight of the most important transfers in August from the top five European leagues. Read More »

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