Opinion

Agent confirms United interest in highly-rated defender

According to a report in the Sun, Manchester United are continuing their chase to sign Benfica player, Victor Nilsson Lindelof. The agent of the 22-year-old Sweden international has reacted to the speculations linking his client to Old Trafford, saying “that there is “no smoke without fire”. The news outlet further reports that the 20-time English […]Read More »

Antonio Conte should be the next manager and not Jose Mourinho

Rumours recently have continuously linked Jose Mourinho with a move to Old Trafford. Although he would be a safe signing, as he almost guarantees trophies wherever he goes, Italian national team manager Antonio Conte would fit more into the mould and tradition of Manchester United. For one, Mourinho comes with a lot of baggage. If […]Read More »

Five reasons why Man Utd should part company with Louis van Gaal

The pressure is seriously on United manager Louis van Gaal, and while it is never a good thing to call for a managers sacking, it is appropriate with regards to the Dutchman. Below we have given five reason why we think he should go, all very valid reasons in our opinion. He has lost the […]Read More »

Five reasons why Tottenham will sell Harry Kane.

Tottenham fans may not like this, but there are good reasons to believe that Spurs will end up selling their most prized asset, Harry Kane. Below we list five of those reasons, you may agree with some, you may not, but we are of the opinion that the listed reasons are all very valid. Mega […]Read More »

Could summer mistakes cost Arsenal boss his job?

Arsene Wenger has been the subject of torrents from Gunners’ fans in recent seasons, and things could become more intense as this term progresses. The Frenchman failed to sign a single outfield player during the summer, and have been ever-inconsistent since the campaign started. In pre-season, Arsenal were being touted as one of the favourites […]Read More »

Five players Chelsea should target to help them win Champions League 2016

Jose Mourinho has won all the domestic trophies he can with Chelsea, and will no doubt be eyeing the Champions League this season. I have compiled a list of who I believe could help us to return to being champions of Europe in the coming year, with reasons behind each one. You will notice there […]Read More »

Liverpool and Tottenham need to take a serious look at their priorities

Tottenham and Liverpool finished in fifth and sixth respectively in the Premier League this season, but the gap between them and the top-four looks to be widening. Spurs finished six points behind Manchester United, although the Red Devils were very much adapting to life under Louis Van Gaal in the opening part of the campaign, and will […]Read More »

Should Arsenal be taken seriously in the Premier League title hunt?

Arsenal haven’t finished in the top two of the Premier League over the past 10 years, but are being touted as genuine challengers for the upcoming campaign, so we thought we’d give an insight into their chances and expectations for the coming year. Last season, Arsenal failed to hit the ground running, by winning only two of […]Read More »

Five players that could replace Raheem Sterling at Liverpool

Raheem Sterling is set to Liverpool if the latest reports are to be believed, he may not leave this season if Liverpool stand firm, but just as in the case of Luis Suarez, it really does look like it is inevitable. With that in mind we have listed five players that Liverpool could turn to […]Read More »

Arsenal cannot afford to let Theo Walcott leave

Arsenal forward Theo Walcott is believed to be in a contract dispute with his club at present, and is also linked with a potential swap deal involving Liverpool’s Raheem Sterling. The former Southampton youngster has struggled with injuries for much of his career, but has shined constantly following his recovery. Walcott has scored 47 league […]Read More »

Is Fabio Capello right about John Terry?

Former England manager Fabio Capello has spoken out about the John Terry Saga for the first time in recent weeks. The Italian boss claims John Terry should never have been forced out of the England set-up, and that the Chelsea captain remains the country’s best centre-back. Capello said: ‘I think John is England’s best defender […]Read More »

Tim Sherwood deserves a lot more respect

Tim Sherwood was shown little to no respect for the job he did at Tottenham Hotspur, but has been given a permanent deal with Aston Villa this season. Sherwood took over from Andre Villas-Boas during the 2013-14 season, but was not permitted to bring in any new signings during the winter window. Despite his lack […]Read More »

Five managers Man City should consider to replace Pelligrini

It is now common knowledge that Man City manager Manuel Pelligrini time at the Etihad is probably coming to an end, this has naturally caused much speculation on who will replace the Chilean. Over the next few pages we have listed five of the favourites to replace the 61 year old. Jurgen Klopp Jurgen Klopp […]Read More »

Louis van Gaal is doing all the right things at Man Utd

Manchester United have been a huge talking point as usual this season, and with the Red Devils set for their second successive trophyless campaign, some people believe that Louis Van Gaal should lose his job. The Dutch boss oversaw a splurge of over £150 Million last summer, with his hierarchy demanding a return of Champions […]Read More »

Why Eden Hazard and not Harry Kane should be player of year

The Tottenham Hotspur star is enjoying a highly impressive breakthrough campaign this season, having been overlooked to start a single Premier League match until November 9, and is now joint-top goalscorer with 19 league goals, alongside Chelsea forward Diego Costa. Kane also scored braces against both Arsenal and Chelsea in league matches this term, further […]Read More »

Better for England and Raheem Sterling if he moves abroad

The 20 year-old has recently admitted that he is not willing to discuss a new contract with his current club, leading to heavy speculation linking him with moves elsewhere. The Jamaican-born forward remains on £30,000 per week, having refused to sign a new contract with the Anfield club, despite being offered a wage believed to […]Read More »

Wenger to ignore defensive problems once again in January

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has identified central midfield as the area he would like to strengthen during the January transfer window, should the right player come up. That was what Wenger answered when questioned on his signing priorities for January. He said, “If you look at the number of games some players played and the […]Read More »

Manchester City boss talks up possible Lampard loan extension

Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini has talked up the club’s chances of extending former Chelsea star Frank Lampard’s stay at the club. Lampard joined the club in the summer in a surprise loan move from American side New York City. While Lampard had been expected to make a loan move in the period between signing […]Read More »

Editorial: Can Roberto Di Matteo Survive To Christmas Under Roman Abramovich?

Chelsea are the only club with their 100% record still intact in the premier league. They are at the top of the table and have already scored eight goals in three matches so far. They are the reigning European champions. So it is insane that this question is even popping up now. Or is it? […]Read More »

Editorial: Liverpool fans will need to show patience while Brendan Rodgers works his magic

Liverpool have signed new manager Brendan Rodgers amidst plenty of fanfare, and while the young Northern Irishman is yet to really achieve anything special during his time in management, there is an air of optimism around Anfield. While the return of King Kenny brought older fans out of woodwork, the arrival of Rodgers has reinvigorated […]Read More »

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