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Liverpool’s Bleak Start

Liverpool’s Bleak Start

Last Sunday, Liverpool’s poor record this season in the Premier League continued. They were undone by an unimpressive Man Utd at Old Trafford eventually losing 3-0, Balotelli and Sterling both had chances but like most of their season so far, their luck was out. David De Gea was on top form and it took Liverpool until half time to introduce ... Read More »

Lampards’s Life After Chelsea

Lampards’s Life After Chelsea

On the 3rd of June 2014, Chelsea football club announced that its all-time leading scorer Frank Lampard would be leaving the club. It bought to an end a glittering career at Stamford Bridge and many thought that they would not see Lampard playing in the Premier League again, how we were wrong! Making his debut for West Ham in January ... Read More »

Hull’s Growing Problems

Hull’s Growing Problems

In their 2013/2014 campaign, Hull City were one of the surprise packages in a very eventful and exhilarating Premier League season. They had an experienced Premiership manager at the helm, an owner who was willing to back him and a group of hardworking players dedicated to the cause. However, the final of the FA cup sure does seem like a ... Read More »

Why Chelsea Will Win The League – But Won’t Go Unbeaten

Why Chelsea Will Win The League – But Won’t Go Unbeaten

As the Premier League pauses for another international break, Chelsea lead the way having set a blistering pace with only four points dropped from the first eleven games. Whilst they already appear to have one hand on the title, some pundits are now wondering whether they can go through the entire season unbeaten – and replicate what Arsenal achieved ten ... Read More »

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Mario?

How Do You Solve a Problem Like Mario?

It is a more than well documented fact that Mario Balotelli has endured what can only be described as a lack-luster start to his Liverpool career. The Italian forward has only managed two goals and his performances have seemed to lack energy and determination at times. However, it is only just the start of his career at Anfield, and there ... Read More »

West Ham’s Flying Start

West Ham’s Flying Start

Throughout last season, Sam Allardyce’s future as West Ham manager was constantly in doubt, as his tactics and poor results placed him under scrutiny, not helped by his employer David Gold’s ill-advised and frankly, idiotic, favoriting of a tweet calling for the sacking of Big Sam. Fast forward a few months and the former Newcastle and Bolton boss has presided ... Read More »

Rodgers Needs Time after Stuttering Start

Rodgers Needs Time after Stuttering Start

Liverpool’s slow start to the season continued last night as they slumped to a 1-0 defeat to Swiss side Basel in the Champions League group stages. In a game where The Reds once again failed to live up to expectations set be the sensational performances of last season, they once again conceded a sloppy goal, calling their defense into question ... Read More »

Why A Change Is Needed At Newcastle

Why A Change Is Needed At Newcastle

I never like to see anyone get the sack but Alan Pardew is surely on borrowed time at Newcastle United. The Magpies are rock bottom of the Premier League having not won a game so far this season and their form has worryingly carried on seamlessly from the second half of last season. Unfortunately for Newcastle, they’re only heading in ... Read More »

How Norwich Have Turned Their Fortunes Around

How Norwich Have Turned Their Fortunes Around

A few months ago, I wrote about the appointment of Neil Adams as Norwich City manager and how the former winger, radio pundit and youth team coach would be a success in the Carrow Road hot seat. When Adams was named as Chris Hughton’s replacement, he had just five games to save Norwich from the drop and four of these ... Read More »

Balotelli and Gerrard seal win for nervy Reds

Balotelli and Gerrard seal win for nervy Reds

A late strike from Mario Balotelli and an even later penalty from Steven Gerrard saw Liverpool edge past Ludogorets on their return to the Champions League at Anfield last night. After toiling to break down the resilient Bulgarian champions for most of the game, Balotelli showed great strenght, control and composure to slot his first Liverpool goal in the 82nd ... Read More »