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Have you seen this manager? Frank de Boer

Surprisingly, Frank de Boer has not found another job since being sacked by Inter. he shouldn't be idle beyond the summer, however.

Whether still chasing silverware, desperately seeking to avoid relegation, or sitting comfortably mid-table, clubs across Europe are beginning to plan for next season even as this one runs down. Some will be searching for a new manager. One or two are already available. Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk ... Read More »

Have you seen this manager? Laurent Blanc

Laurent Blanc has been missing in action for the 2016-17 season but it's difficult to see him sitting out another campaign.

Whether still chasing silverware, desperately seeking to avoid relegation, or sitting comfortably mid-table, clubs across Europe are beginning to plan for next season even as this one runs down. Some will be searching for a new manager. One or two are already available. Since Simon Pegg was allowed to make a three flavored Cornetto trilogy, I thought I’d start a milk ... Read More »

Barcelona still have chance to advance to Champions League semi-finals

This year has been an exciting year for European football. Teams like Leicester City and AS Monaco have advanced to the UCL quarter-finals, giving the tournament a new twist. One team that has always been in the Champions League Semi Finals is Barcelona, of course. Believe it or not, they still have a chance despite Juventus’ dominance at San Siro. Read More »

Three signings Real Madrid must make this summer

In December last year, Real Madrid had their controversial two-window transfer ban dramatically reduced. Meaning that whilst they were prohibited from making signings in January, they are now legible to sign players in the summer. This ruling has put the whole of Europe on alert.  Read More »

A busy summer in store for Chelsea?

Chelsea are on course to lift the Premier League trophy and also stand in good stead to do the domestic double, which really would be some achievement for the blues when you think how they faired this time last season. Read More »

Ligue 1 Title Race Set To Go The Distance

At the start of the season, nobody would have predicted France’s top tier would have been the captivating and competitive league we are getting. With ten games left to play in Ligue 1, Monaco leads the pack but only by three points – as both Paris Saint-Germain and OGC Nice try to dethrone them. Read More »

Barcelona comeback glosses over glaring loss of identity

It was the greatest comeback in Champions League history. A 6.1 mauling of Paris St Germain that will reverberate across European football. Are the great Barcelona back? or does this result merely cover over some deeper more serious problems that this current Barcelona side face?  Read More »

The death of possession football

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger

Possession football was easily the best tactic introduced in the last decade. Many teams had been playing a ‘keep ball’ system prior to Barcelona and Spain’s rampant successes with the style but has possession football lost its edge? Read More »

Will AS Monaco drive away with the Ligue 1 title this season?

If you haven’t paid attention to Ligue 1 so far this season you might be surprised to know that PSG are not at the top of the league. AS Monaco have been commanding the French league for some time this season. Read More »

Edinson Cavani: The ever-moving goalscorer

Edinson Cavani might be the best striker off of the ball in the world. He proved so again in the win over Barcelona with a slicing, reverse run and finish. Read More »

Barcelona gets trolled mercilessly on twitter after heavy defeat in Paris

There was no love in Paris for Barcelona on Saint Valentine’s Day as the Spanish giants received a Champions League humiliation at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain at the Parc des Princes. This was one of those Champions League nights that left fans in awe! Football had been redefined on a cold windy night in the French capital.     ... Read More »

David Luiz: From laughing stock to Chelsea rock

On Tuesday night, David Luiz put in a Man of the Match performance against Liverpool to help his side to a 1-1 draw. Since his return to Chelsea, the Brazilian has looked like a completely different player from the one Premier League fans used to poke fun at just a few years ago. Read More »

Claude Puel needs to be reunited with genius Hatem Ben Arfa

Despite Southampton’s incredible run to the EFL Cup Final where they haven’t conceded a single goal, Claude Puel has taken the Saints backwards from previous Premier League successes. His transfer record has been pretty shocking so all Saints fans will hope new record signing Manolo Gabbiadini will bring some much-needed bite in attack. Read More »

Edinson Cavani emerges from the shadow of Zlatan Ibrahimovic

A few months ago he was being played out of position just to accommodate one man, the mercurial Zlatan Ibrahimović, but today he has emerged the sharpest point in the Paris Saint-Germain free-scoring attack – step forward Edinson Roberto Cavani. Read More »

Arsenal make bid of £30million for supremely talented German winger

As the January window approaches, transfer rumours have already started to arise out of nowhere. Reports from across the seas suggest that Arsenal has launched a £30million bid for Wolfsburg & German winger, Julian Draxler. Read More »

It’s time for Edinson Cavani to move on from Paris Saint-Germain

The Uruguayan is the top scorer in the Ligue 1; whilst an impressive feat – at the age of twenty-nine there isn’t much time for him to take on a new challenge, but he certainly needs one and needs it in January. Here is why Edinson Cavani should leave Paris Saint-Germain as soon as possible. Read More »

Ludogrets vs. Arsenal: A story of indiscipline, resilience and Mesut Ozil.

From the brink of frustration to the joy of qualifying for the knockout stages for the 17th successive year. In their first ever trip to Bulgaria, the Gunners produced a performance not as efficient as their 6-0 victory two weeks ago but just as spectacular. In freezing cold temperatures, it was Mesut Özil who provided the scintillating spark to reignite Arsenal’s ... Read More »

Arsenal look to have learned from their mistakes

When you think of the Champions League, one of the teams that you naturally think of is Arsenal. Due to the Gunners’ proud record in this competition, where they have qualified for the tournament in the last 19 seasons. Read More »

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