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Manchester United’s Rollercoaster Season So Far

Jose Mourinho hasn't been able to keep United from being a Premier League embarrassment.

After a great performance in the EFL Cup last night; beating West Ham 4-1, it seems that this game was another high in the rollercoaster season of Manchester United. The result came without the services of Jose Mourinho, who was handed a touchline ban for kicking a water bottle away in the previous game. Read More »

The Rebirth of Victor Moses at Chelsea

He’s seemingly been everywhere, although not making much noise – the Nigerian previously couldn’t find a groove after leaving Wigan. That was until, Conte kept him at the club and it was then, Moses was given a new lease of life. Read More »

A Premier League Nativity Scene: No room at the top

Chelsea's weakness is their manager's reluctance to utilise his entire squad.

As I noted yesterday, the thirteen-game mark signifies the Premier League’s early doors have closed. Entering the campaign’s middle third, the 2016-17 season is shaping up to be perhaps the most hotly contested top-flight campaign in English football history. Three clubs are on a ninety point pace, a fourth for the mid-eighties. Read More »

The Expendables, Eight

The Premier League’s early doors have closed. With every club having played thirteen matches, we have officially entered the campaign’s middle third. Usually by this time, teams have sorted themselves. One typically emerges as a front-runner for the title. At the table’s opposite end, one or two appear irrevocably destined for relegation. Then, it becomes a question of who will ... Read More »

December will shape Manchester City’s Title Campaign

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola

Manchester City have an extremely tough December lying ahead of them – there is no doubt about that. Pep Guardiola and the rest of the club must be prepared for the fight that faces them, which will ultimately affect their challenge for the Premier League – and it could be for the worse. Read More »

Alan Pardew – A manager under fire!

Alan Pardew has switched places with David Moyes as the next Premier League manager likely to get fired. His Crystal Palace team have been in terrible form of late; you have to rack your brains to remember the last time they won a Premier League game. Read More »

It’s plain to see, United miss the Little Pea

If Zaid Pathan will excuse me for rather treading on his toes I want to discuss the Manchester United attack, and just where it’s going wrong – because it still is. Just not in the way it was under van Gaal. That said, it must be equally as concerning for the Old Trafford fans. Read More »

Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy have lost their Chemistry.

One of the main factors for Leicester City’s incredible achievement last season was the link up play and understanding between their star men Riyad Mahrez and Jamie Vardy. To look at them this season you would think they’ve never played with each other before, let alone won a title together. Read More »

Arsenal vs. Bournemouth: resilience & Granit Xhaka.

If Arsenal are to truly set a marker on the Premier League they needed to get their first win in four games on the board. Of course, draws against Manchester United, Tottenham & Paris Saint-Germain are nothing to be sniffed at, but when two of those games were at home, it does nothing to suggest the Gunners are a team ready ... Read More »

Can Liverpool’s title hopes survive an extended Coutinho absence?

Twenty minutes into the Premier League match at Anfield, Liverpool’s most important player found himself in a fifty-fifty challenge inside the box with a Sunderland defender. Philippe Coutinho spun to volley the ball towards goal just as Didier N’Dong attempted to boot it out of danger. Coutinho came away seriously the worse for wear. Read More »

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