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Premier League referees: Men in the middle changes expected

Phil Dowd football referee

Phil Dowd blew his whistle and the 22 players left the field of play. Only one goal had been scored at The Hawthorns — by the hosts, but the West Brom faithful were not cheering. It was, after all, only half-time but Dowd never returned for the second 45 minutes. Read More »

Why Riyad Mahrez will be a wanted man this summer – who could sign him?

Leicester City ace Riyad Mahrez has had an outstanding season and is currently one of the favourites to win the PFA player of the year. There is no doubt the big clubs will be keeping a close eye on the Algerian. His ability to score goals and create them have helped guide Leicester to the top of the Premier league table ... Read More »

Red Devils Redemption?

Louis van Gaal

It seemed to fans and pundits alike that Louis Van Gaal had started to steady the troubled ship that is Manchester United. Read More »

Arsenal Out of the Title Race in March Once Again

Arsenal fell short to bitter North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday afternoon, with the two sides drawing 2-2 at White Hart Lane. The result is catastrophic for the Gunners’ Premier League title hopes with the leaders extending their advantage a further two points. Read More »

Match Report: Tottenham Hotspur 2-2 Arsenal

The early kick on Saturday off saw a North London derby with more at stake than the usual temporary bragging rights. In the short term there was the matter of second place in the Premier League table at stake. In the longer term, a win for Spurs’ could give them encouragement in their quest to topple Arsenal as the primary ... Read More »

Why It Isn’t ALL van Gaal’s Fault

Louis van Gaal

Over the last few seasons, it has become increasingly clear that the glory days of Manchester United have taken a break and now United are suffering a dry spell of trophies and success. Read More »

Europa League a Possibility for Chelsea

If the Premier League was six games old, Chelsea would sit just behind Spurs in second place after a solid start to the season. Unfortunately, for Blue’s fans it isn’t, their nightmare start to the season happened, they gave up any hope of defending their title by November and sacked Jose Mourinho before Christmas. Read More »

Too Much Too Soon?

Marcus Rashford

Will putting young players in the spotlight put too much pressure on them? Read More »

What To Do With Walcott

A problem on many Arsenal fans lips at the moment is what to do with Theo?  Where to play Theo?  Start or sub Theo? Has there ever been another case, of a player who is a decade into his career, and his best position is a question that is still being scrutinised?  10 years in and the once ‘boy wonder’ ... Read More »

Where can Chelsea finish after a bad start?

Few would have thought that Chelsea could be contenders for relegation this season, will they return to winning ways and make a top-four finish? Jonathan Roberts takes a look. Read More »

Chelsea – Close to Crisis?

As Eden Hazard’s decisive penalty kick was saved by Jack Butland in Tuesday’s League Cup tie, Chelsea crashed out of the competition and left Stoke with just one win in the last seven games. Read More »

Jose Mourinho Not Having The Best Of Times This Season

Oh dear its not going well so far this season for Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho and following the defeat at the weekend against Manchester City could the title race already be over? Read More »

The Stoke Model: What all promoted clubs should look to follow

Stoke City may not glitz and glamour of Chelsea, Liverpool or Manchester United but they have enjoyed several seasons in the top-flight and in the last two seasons have finished in the top-half of the table Read More »

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