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Jonathan Kahn

I love the Premier League and I am a season ticket holder at Manchester United. However, I do follow my local club Bury FC as much as possible. I'm a lover of all things related to football, especially like the odd game of FIFA and more than the odd game of Football Manager. If you don't find me talking about actual football you will usually find me talking about Fantasy Football. I'm a self-confessed addict. 

I'm definitely a football addict.


Total articles: 58

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Premier League
Is there a new Fab Four on Merseyside?
09:01 Monday 9th September 2019

After scoring one goal in the opening three games of the new Premier League season, Everton boss Marco Silva unleashed his brand new front four from the off when Wolves came to town. The result was instantaneous. The Portuguese’s…

Transfers
Manchester United's transfer window: Silly season in full effect
15:00 Wednesday 26th June 2019

Since transfer windows were introduced in 2002 to comply with European Commission on Employee Rights, the summer window has tended to be known as silly season with hundreds of different players linked with moves across the world - very…

Premier League
How will Everton spend their summer?
12:00 Friday 31st May 2019

After a difficult stretch mid-season during which they won only four from 15 matches, Everton recovered to finish the season strongly. Marco Silva's side registered eight clean sheets in their final 11 games to finish an apropos eighth.…

European Football
Why a competitive Premier League drives England's Champions League ascendance
09:00 Friday 22nd March 2019

A quick glance at the Champions and Europa League quarterfinals draws makes great reading for English football fans. Six Premier League teams rank in the final 16. Spain can claim only half as many, Portugal and Italy two apiece while Germany…

League Two
The revival of Bury FC
15:00 Wednesday 16th January 2019

The road has been a long and tumultuous one but for Bury, there finally appears to be an end in sight. A little over two years ago the Shakers found themselves competing at the top of League One. But after a run of 16 games without a win, losing…

Premier League
Nathaniel Clyne is Liverpool and England’s true forgotten man
09:00 Tuesday 11th December 2018

A little over four years ago, Southampton's two starting full-backs departed for pastures new. Luke Shaw headed for Manchester United. Nathaniel Clyne dropped him off then travelled another 35 miles across the M62 to Liverpool. In subsequent…

Premier League
Marco Silva beginning to work his magic at Everton
15:00 Friday 30th November 2018

The courtship was lengthy and problematic but this summer Everton finally secured the manager long wanted to replace Ronald Koeman. In came former Hull City and Watford boss Marco Silva. The relationship did not start well as, despite a whole…

Premier League
High-flying Bournemouth entering into season-defining period
08:30 Saturday 3rd November 2018

Currently sitting sixth in the Premier League table and earning significant praise for the performances, AFC Bournemouth have been amongst the surprise packages during the opening months of the season. The likes of Callum Wilson, Ryan Fraser…

Premier League
Equal Time: Leonardo Jardim is the perfect choice for Manchester United
08:00 Monday 15th October 2018

If you believe the media reports, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho's living on borrowed time. One or two further bad performances or results could goad the United board into ejecting the Portuguese from the manager's seat…

Premier League
Should Phil Foden follow the example set by Jadon Sancho?
08:00 Thursday 11th October 2018

Phil Foden and Jadon Sancho, both 18 years old, both products of the Manchester City academy but both now on very different career paths. Whilst Foden is fighting around the fringes of the City first team squad, Sancho is now an integral part…

Premier League
Does the media impact matters on the pitch?
15:00 Monday 1st October 2018

If you believe what is written in the English media, you would be forgiven for thinking Manchester City and Liverpool are both vibrant attacking forces, bulldozing their way through all opposition, Tottenham Hotspur is full of youthful exuberance,…

Premier League
Equal Time – Marcus Rashford is benefitting from playing in different roles
09:00 Saturday 15th September 2018

Back-to-back goals for England over the international break revived the debate surrounding Marcus Rashford. Some believe he must move away from Old Trafford to fulfil his potential. Others argue all that is required is to settle on a regular…

International
Equal Time: Why the September international break is beneficial
15:00 Saturday 8th September 2018

Let’s be honest, nobody enjoys international breaks. Two full weeks where almost nothing happens, except on a few days. Sure, major tournaments are great, matches aplenty crammed into a short space, but mid-season International breaks,…

Premier League
Can Watford maintain quick start and learn the lessons of last season?
17:00 Wednesday 5th September 2018

If just over a month ago, you had taken a poll over which teams would be the early pacesetters in the Premier League it’s highly unlikely that Watford would have featured on any list, even one compiled by the most optimistic Hornets fan.…

Womens Football
What can we expect from the Manchester United Women’s Team?
09:00 Sunday 2nd September 2018

Before this Women’s Super League season began, the biggest news came not from the top flight, but from the second division. After 13 years in the wilderness of the women’s game, Manchester United returned. What can we expect…