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Cut Athletes Some Slack and Give Them A Break

Cut Athletes Some Slack and Give Them A Break

  Going into their Capital One Cup Semi Final against Stoke, Jurgen Klopp may have felt that his Liverpool side had a pretty good chance of progressing to the final. Stoke were a side Liverpool had already beaten at the Britannia Stadium (albeit under Klopp’s predecessor Brendan Rodgers management) earlier this season. After a hard fought game with chances for ... Read More »

Who will win the Premier League? City, Spurs, the Gunners or the Foxes?

Who will win the Premier League? City, Spurs, the Gunners or the Foxes?

As the Premier League took a breather for the FA Cup third round ties this weekend, there is no better time to step back and look at the genuine contenders in the race for this season’s title. Are Leicester contenders or merely pretenders? Can Arsenal finally win the Premier League title after going over 11 years without it? Or will Manchester ... Read More »

Is the January transfer window the time to splash the cash?

Is the January transfer window the time to splash the cash?

Well, here we are. January is here again. Halfway through this manic year of football with the second half looking to be even more exciting. But there is one question on every football fans lips. Who are going to be the new recruits this year? Footy fanatics have been scouring the web looking for the next big thing in Europe ... Read More »

The Vardy-Mahrez show

The Vardy-Mahrez show

It’s Leicester City F.C who won in tonight’s tie versus Chelsea. Incredible Jamie Vardy put the ‘Foxes’ ahead in the 34th minute after a cross from Algerian Riyad Mahrez. Leicester added the second goal of the night from the marvellous Mahrez just three minutes after the start of the second half. This win saw Leicester City climb the table up ... Read More »

How do you solve a problem like Daniel?

How do you solve a problem like Daniel?

Poor old Daniel Sturridge. The football world groaned once more as the news broke last night that the Liverpool striker would once again sit on the sidelines for the next few weeks. While it’s been confirmed that the injury is not as serious as first feared, the news is the latest of a series for Sturridge who’s only played 6 ... Read More »

Spurs looking like a top four team

Spurs looking like a top four team

It has been an odd season in the Premier League. One quick look at the table after 14 games will prove that. Leicester City, a team that was promoted last season, are now joint top with Manchester City. Last year’s champions Chelsea are struggling in 14th a whole four points below newly promoted Watford. It appears that chaos is ruling ... Read More »

Can Ranieri lead Leicester to the impossible?

Can Ranieri lead Leicester to the impossible?

What a start to the season for the Foxes. After 13 games, Claudio Ranieri’s Leicester City sit pretty at the top of the table, one point ahead of favourites Manchester City and 14 points ahead of current holders Chelsea. The emergence of Jamie Vardy has certainly been the highlight of City’s season so far, as he looks to beat Ruud van Nistelrooy’s ... Read More »

The Working Cycle of a Performance Analyst.

The Working Cycle of a Performance Analyst.

Working within the sporting industry is very demanding within itself due to the unpredictability of sport, which managers and coaches trying to reduce the gap as much as possible thus giving us a Performance Analyst, and everyone involved within the sporting business, more work load to do to ensure team or individual performs at their best every week. As a ... Read More »

Liverpool’s Brazilian connection prove too much for Man City

Liverpool’s Brazilian connection prove too much for Man City

You’d have to think when Jurgen Klopp arrived at Liverpool nearly two months ago, this would have been a game the German would have been dreading. Coming back from an international break, after suffering his first loss of the season to face the league leaders at their stronghold was hardly an ideal situation for Klopp’s men. And yet, yesterday was ... Read More »

La Marseillaise to be played before each Premier League game as a controversial act of solidarity.

La Marseillaise to be played before each Premier League game as a controversial act of solidarity.

The French national anthem, La Marseillaise, will be played before all of this weekend’s Premier League games as an act of solidarity and remembrance after the Paris attacks last weekend, where 129 people lost their lives. But there are question marks over whether this act of remembrance is necessary, and forgive the impertinence, but no such tribute was paid after Russian ... Read More »