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The 5 worst Premier League transfers

We pick 5 of the worst Premier League transfers!   1. Jo CSKA Moscow to Manchester City, Undisclosed fee.   Cast your mind back to 8 years ago where City didn’t have the likes of David Silva or Sergio Aguero, before they won the league and when Sven Goran Eriksson was their manager. He signed Jo on the back of …

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Can Pellegrini go out with a bang?

The news of Pep Guardiola’s imminent arrival at Manchester City at the end of the season spells a major progression for the club in its quest for world domination. The Spaniard is considered by many as the finest manager in the world and the club will be hoping that he will deliver their first ever Champions League trophy. That’s if …

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Has Mourinho Just Signed for Man United?

That’s the question on every football fan’s lips today; has the Special One decided upon Manchester United as his next destination? Just when things seemed to be looking up for Louis Van Gaal following their teams “surprising” display against Stoke City, which resulted in a 3-0 win (and more amazingly perhaps, 2 first half goals at Old Trafford), now it …

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Why Boring Transfer Windows Are Good For England

Well that wasn’t very exciting was it? Another January window has passed us by without a real marquee signing coming into the Premier League. No new signings for Manchesters United or City while Chelsea and Arsenal had one player of any note each for fans to get excited about. It seems as if the Premier League is losing its appeal …

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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 …

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Will PSG Ever Be Dethroned In France?

For the last 3 years PSG have trotted to 1st place in Ligue 1, effortlessly brushing past their opposition, and winning in relative style. In 2013, they finished 12 points ahead, with a goal difference of 46, in 2014 they were 9 points ahead, with a whopping goal difference of 61, and finally last season they finished 8 points ahead, …

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Olympiakos vs Arsenal, Champions League 2015-16

Team News, Lineups & Stats Olympiakos vs Arsenal UEFA Champions League, Group F Date: Wednesday, 9th December, 2015 Time: 19:45 BST Venue: Karaiskakis Stadium, Athens Arsenal’s Champions League hopes hang in the balance, with the English side taking on Olympiakos in Greece on Wednesday night knowing that they need a two-goal win to progress to the knockout stages. A number …

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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 …

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Could this boring England team win a tournament?

England aren’t going to win anything for a while. I’m sorry to break it to you like this, feel free to sit down, I’ll get Frieda to make you a nice mug of camomile. Our good players come through in spite of the system, not because of it; We all know this. In lieu of this, I have designed an …

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Walcott and Giroud: Who should Wenger choose?

Arsenal have a very legitimate chance of winning the Premier League this season, and not in the traditional ”plucky underdogs” style that we’ve become so accustomed to- Even if at the moment Manchester City do appear to be scoring in a gluttonous manner not dissimilar to that of their spending circa 2010. It goes without saying that there are no clear …

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