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Derby County have learned from last season’s mistakes, and are ready to play the big boys

Derby County have learned from last season’s mistakes, and are ready to play the big boys

Chris Martin’s late penalty earned Derby County a vital point against fellow promotion-chasing and unbeaten Brighton and Hove Albion this weekend. But can boss Paul Clement build on a promising start to the season after the Christmas period? Five wins out of the last six at the iPro, one defeat in 15 games and currently holding the best defensive record ... Read More »

Should Ronaldo go back to Manchester United?

Should Ronaldo go back to Manchester United?

In recent weeks, the Internet (Yup, that’s still around) has been awash with rumours of everyone’s favourite underwear model, Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro, re-joining the club that catapulted him to worldwide notoriety- Manchester United. This is a rumour that has been around ever since the forward went to Spain, but after stories of his relationship with his current club, manager and President ... 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 »

Could this boring England team win a tournament?

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 ... Read More »

Walcott and Giroud: Who should Wenger choose?

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 ... Read More »

Homegrown Worries: Manchester City at the risk of overspending to sign homegrown players

Homegrown Worries: Manchester City at the risk of overspending to sign homegrown players

Manchester City are in desperate need to add more homegrown players, in order to meet the demand of football association (FA). After the departure of Frank Lampard who was signed last summer from New York City FC on season long loan, James Milner, Micah Richards, Scott Sinclair, Dedrck Boyata, as things stand Manchester City are short of five homegrown players ... Read More »

After back to back FA Cup triumph: What’s next for Arsenal

After back to back FA Cup triumph: What’s next for Arsenal

Arsenal finished off Aston Villa in some style to reclaim FA cup glory. Arsenal won the FA cup for record 12th time while retaining the trophy in the process. Wenger’s arch-rival Jose Mourinho may have labelled him specialist in failure,however Wenger become the only second manager to win FA cup for  sixth time. Arsenal’s frailties and naive nature on the bigger ... Read More »

The kids who lost their wonder

The kids who lost their wonder

  Harry Kane is on fire right now. With 18 goals so far this season, a record which includes seven goals in the last seven Premier League games, the imposing Tottenham striker has taken a monumental leap in a short period of time, transitioning from a player on the fringes to one of the country’s deadliest forwards. For sheer hard ... 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 »

Crystal Palace Can Consolidate Their Premier League Place

Crystal Palace Can Consolidate Their Premier League Place

Of all the extraordinary stories of the Premier League last season, that of Crystal Palace is probably the most remarkable. From imminent relegation under Ian Holloway to a tremendous fight back and a brilliant 11th place finish under manager of the year Tony Pulis, the Eagles’ 2013/14 defied the odds and shocked everyone. The new Premier League season is on ... Read More »