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Manchester United win EFL Cup – one down, three to go?

Manchester United managed to put away a spirited Southampton side to win the English Football League Cup for the 5th time in their history. The EFL Cup was just one of the four competitions United were competing in. So, is winning the League Cup a sign for things to come for the Red Devils before the end of the season? Read More »

MNF Match Preview: Leicester City v Liverpool

Leicester football club has made the headlines for all the wrong reasons this week. The ridiculous sacking of Claudio Ranieri, just nine months after achieving the impossible, is hard to come to terms with for many football fans. Their poor form of late makes it likely Liverpool will cash in on Monday night. Read More »

Chelsea vs Swansea: A game of complacency

Chelsea steamed 11 points clear at the top of the table on Saturday afternoon, seeing off a Swansea side rejuvenated under new boss Paul Clement. Goals from Cesc Fabregas – who made his 300th league appearance – Pedro and Diego Costa were enough to clinch the 3 points for the Blues. Read More »

Premier League: Predictions for matchday 26

After a two-week break, during which we witnessed some dramatic scenes in the FA Cup, action from the English top flight returns this weekend. In the next set of Premier League fixtures, Middlesbrough travel to Selhurst Park for a crucial relegation scrap, while Leicester City welcome Liverpool in their first game of the post-Claudio Ranieri era. Read More »

Özil must leave Arsenal if he wants to win trophies and be appreciated

The Arsenal faithful have been shouting at the top of their lungs about how uncommitted Mesut Özil has been to their campaign and the German has become the perfect scapegoat for every big defeat. After three-and-half- years in North London, riddled with heavy criticism, is it time for 28-year-old Mesut Özil to leave Arsenal for the good of his career? Read More »

Bonucci to Chelsea move just heated up

For some months now, Chelsea Manager Antonio Conte has been targeting one of his former players in the shape of Italian Leonardo Bonucci. The move seems to have gathered some extra pace over the last couple of days as rumours surface regarding the Defender being left out of the Juventus squad, due to a fallout with Coach Massimiliano Allegri. Read More »

There is no such thing as a good draw

Coming away from a football match with a draw is a bit like playing Monopoly, landing on Community Chest, then selecting the card which reads “You Have Won Second Prize in a Beauty Contest — Collect $10.” That is to say, there is little reward in not coming out on top. Read More »

Should Wayne Rooney and Manchester United part ways?

We are all aware that the future of Wayne Rooney at Manchester United is up in the air. The rumors are heating up in the media linking him to the Chinese Super League. But the question is – is it good for him? Is it good for Manchester United? Or is there still something to do for the club and ... Read More »

Cardiff given new lease of life under Warnock

Cardiff City was languishing in 23rd place when Neil Warnock strolled through the doors at the Cardiff City Stadium. He was the appointment the fans craved – he brought fire, passion and confidence. The City faithful breathed a sigh of relief, as they knew Warnock would steer them clear of any trouble. Read More »

Manchester City desperate for Vincent Kompany to return

Over the last decade, Vincent Kompany has been a key component for Manchester City during their most successful ever period, which witnessed the club twice crowned Premier League champions. But over the past two seasons, injuries have plagued the centre-back; Pep Guardiola’s side now need their captain fully fit to increase their prospects of delivering major honours. Read More »

Marvin Emnes Offers Another Glimpse of What Might Have Been

As seasons go, 2008-09 was among the best for the Premier League. Manchester United won the competition, which is always a good thing for me. Liverpool finished second, also a good thing. Great heroes require villains nearly their match. Rafa Benítez knew how to be a villain. His notorious “facts” rant in January 2009, when Sir Alex Ferguson took a few verbal jabs ... Read More »

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