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Time for Chelsea to Ace the Transfer Merry-Go-Round

June 28, 2017
Time for Chelsea to Ace the Transfer Merry-Go-Round

  Chelsea, the champions of England! Few people, including Chelsea fans like myself, would not have bet on Chelsea being champions. The same team had finished in 10th place in the previous season and people were wondering what was next for arguably one of the most successful Premier League clubs during the past decade. But…

June 27, 2017
Newcastle, Brighton and Huddersfield: The race to 40 points

Newcastle, Brighton and Huddersfield: The race to 40 points By Abhishek Ramachandran The Premier league will welcome two relatively unknown commodities in Brighton and Huddersfield, and a familiar figure in Newcastle for the upcoming season. While Newcastle and Brighton secured automatic promotion, Huddersfield ended up unlikely victors of the championship playoffs, beating Reading 4–3 on…

June 26, 2017
Are AS Monaco the new Ajax?

                        The Monaco team that took the world by storm last season. https://goo.gl/1LLhpx Football. The game where one player himself can change the result of the game. However, it takes more than one player to build a team. When good players are found by the respectful…

June 21, 2017
The Gift that keeps on giving : Manchester United

Written by Varun Shah Disclaimer: I am an Arsenal fan. It feels weird writing something solely about rivals but one has to appreciate if the other side does a good job and Manchester United have, probably not this season, definitely not last season but over the years to build a footballing brand like none other….

June 3, 2017
Arsene Wenger: Correct to continue?

By Varun Shah, It has been 21 years since that infamous headline ‘Arsene who’ was published in many British newspapers. It was a bold move by Arsenal to appoint a man who was relatively unknown, managing a Japanese team called Grampus Eight prior to Arsenal. In the 21 years to follow, all those journalists who…