Premiership

Are we seeing further proof that Sir Alex Ferguson was indeed the greatest club manager of all time after he has left the club?

October 20, 2013

Sir Alex left Manchester United as champions of the Premiership by a whopping 11 points. All was well and good if you were a United fan until the metaphorical bombshell dropped that Sir Alex would finally be leaving his post as manager of Manchester United after winning 38 trophies in 27 years at the club. […] […]

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The Moyes ‘To Do List’

May 10, 2013

With Everton’s David Moyes being installed into the Old Trafford hot-seat from the 1st July, he is faced with one of the biggest challenges in managerial history: Trying to step into Sir Alex Ferguson’s shoes and consistently win as many trophies as possible. Daunting right? Well, some may quiver at the thought, but i think […] […]

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2012/13 Premier League XL-Part Two

May 10, 2013

Following on from my previous post regarding my choice of the best defensive players of 2012/2013, i conclude my selection with the  midfield and the strikers in a 4-3-3 formation…   LCM- Juan Mata. The little Spaniard has certainly made his mark in English football since his arrival from Valencia in 2011. His precise passing, [… […]

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Betting and Robin

August 16, 2012

The start of the new Barclays Premier League season is almost upon us and betting is well underway on who will be next to lift the coveted trophy. The recent acquisition of Robin Van Persie by Manchester United has not been enough to throw Man City off the top of the odds leaderboard. Betfair have […] […]

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Why Chelsea Will Blow the Premier League to Pieces Next Season

June 4, 2012

Why Chelsea will blow the Premier League to pieces. For the foundations of why Chelsea will win the Premier League this season it is important to analyse what their starting line up next season could potentially be: P Cech (30), A Cole (31), G Cahill (26), J Terry (31), G van der Wiel (24), F […] […]

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Is this the end of Man City’s title challenge?

February 2, 2012

After I wrote a while ago that Manchester City were the clear favourites for the Premier League title this year, my opinion seems to have changed over the past few weeks. Their recent form has seen them playing decent enough but Manchester United have gone that extra mile. Manchester City has lost on far too […] […]

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Arsenal’s resurgence at the right time for Arsène

November 26, 2011
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The past few months have been a roller-coaster for Arsenal fans. After only seven games of the current campaign they had notched a mere two wins and had been on the back of some truly embarrassing results. When you look at the league table and see Arsenal lurking outside the relegation places it is obvious […] […]

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Arsenal – The future’s bright?

September 9, 2011

As a Liverpool fan, you could be forgiven for not being surprised that I’m glad to see Arsenal lose their ‘star’ players. But honestly, it’s not what you think. My concern is more for the behaviour of footballers… and the lack of respect with which Arsenal Football Club has been treated by many of it’s players […]

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Time is now for Balotelli to show his worth

July 26, 2011

You either love him or hate him, but Manchester City striker Mario Balotelli has once again got the football world talking about him. Two days after the Italian’s bizarre back-heel miss in a friendly against LA Galaxy, players and managers have cast their views on a player who is fast becoming the most controversial character […] […]

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Exclusive: Tino back in Toon

July 13, 2011

The 17 September 1997. The day Newcastle United embarked on their first Champions League campaign. La Liga runners-up Barcelona provided the opposition, boasting names such as Rivaldo, Luis Figo and Luis Enrique. Newcastle were going into the unknown. After finishing runners-up in the Premier League to Manchester United the previous season Kenny Da […]

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Fans split over shock sale of Nolan

June 15, 2011

After the news broke this lunch time on Newcastle captain Kevin Nolan’s imminent medical at West Ham, fans have once again been divided on Tyneside as to what they believe to be the truth behind yet another astounding decision. Despite Nolan rejecting a contract extension last week, this is a transfer that has taken everybody […] […]

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Is Paul Scholes Dirty or Just a Bad Tackler?

June 15, 2011

“I have just been unlucky.” Those were the words of Paul Scholes when informed of his unwanted accolade of being named the third most-booked player in Premier League history. On paper you might just think that the newly retired midfielder made those comments with his tongue firmly in his cheek, but Scholes is insistent that […] […]

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