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Why Man City Were Worthy Winners

Why Man City Were Worthy Winners

For the second time in three Premier League seasons, the champions are Manchester City and deservedly so. Much like two seasons ago, the fight for the title went down to the final day. However, unlike two seasons ago, it didn’t go down to the final minute. Manchester City never really looked in any danger as they comfortably saw off West ... Read More »

Who Should (And Shouldn’t) Be In The “Team Of The Season”

Who Should (And Shouldn’t) Be In The “Team Of The Season”

For those who watched the Manchester City V West Brom game on Sky last Monday night, you’ll have probably seen Gary Neville’s and Jamie Carragher’s views on who should make it into the Premier League Team Of The Season. The Monday Night Football (MNF) pair agreed with each other on eight of the eleven players and used a Twitter vote ... Read More »

Why Moyes’ Time Had Run Out

Why Moyes’ Time Had Run Out

Being the immediate successor of Sir Alex Ferguson was never going to be an easy job but David Moyes’ tenure as the “Chosen One” has already been brought to an end after a troubled ten months at Old Trafford. Having failed to qualify for the Champions League, and even a consolation prize of the Europa League looking in doubt, and ... Read More »

Baggies Fans To Protest Pathetic Ticket Prices

Baggies Fans To Protest Pathetic Ticket Prices

Angry West Bromwich Albion fans are to stage a protest against ticket prices in their match against Manchester City on Monday night. A 30ft long banner will show “£56 Daylight Robbery” will be the focal point of the protest. The game, which is also on Easter Monday is to be televised live on Sky Sports. Despite this, Manchester City who ... Read More »

Why Neil Adams Is The Right Man For Norwich

Why Neil Adams Is The Right Man For Norwich

Neil Adams may not be a household name to many followers of Premier League football, hence the scepticisms surrounding his appointment at Norwich City as Chris Hughton’s successor. The general view from the national media is that the Norfolk club’s decision was not only knee-jerk but awfully timed. Whilst it’s true that the timing could have been better, much better ... Read More »

Why Stability Will Be The Key To Survival

Why Stability Will Be The Key To Survival

Time is running out and tensions are running high at the bottom of the Premier League – and that’s not just in the home dressing room at The Hawthorns. Whatever may or may not have happened after West Brom conceded a late equaliser to Cardiff at the weekend, it just further highlights that not many of the clubs involved in ... Read More »

Why The Neutrals Are Backing Liverpool

Why The Neutrals Are Backing Liverpool

Having dismantled another top side in the Premier League yesterday, Liverpool are now only six wins away from lifting the title for the first time in the league’s current era. Not only would this be the greatest achievement in the history of the league but it would also restore some much needed credibility to the English game. The 4-0 victory, ... Read More »

Why More Technology Is Needed In Football

Why More Technology Is Needed In Football

This season has seen the introduction of technology into football (well, the Premier League) for the first time. However, at the moment the only aspect of the game that the new system is covering is whether or not a ball crosses the goal line or not. Whilst this is progress and a long-awaited breakthrough for the sport in general, surely ... Read More »

Why Wenger Is Far From “A Specialist In Failure”

Why Wenger Is Far From “A Specialist In Failure”

Tomorrow Arsene Wenger will be celebrating the landmark of his 1,000th game in charge of Arsenal. With Sir Alex Ferguson retiring at the end of last season, the Frenchman has become the longest serving Premier League manager by a huge distance. “A specialist in failure” he certainly is not, contrary to what some (well one certain individual) believes. To even ... Read More »

Why The Premier League Is Detrimental To The National Team

Why The Premier League Is Detrimental To The National Team

Photo:http://www.flickr.com/photos/jza84/ The English Premier League is considered to be the best league in the world. Whilst that’s not provable (as I’ve mentioned many times before in previous blogs), let’s just say for the purpose of this article that it is. We have such an incredible depth of talent playing in this league, it’s undoubtedly the most televised league around the ... Read More »