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November 2, 2017
Super Sunday Preview ~ Chelsea vs United ~

“Kante going all the way through! Ohhhh, It gets better and better for Chelsea. Talk about rubbing Mourinho’s nose in it.” Those were the words that resonated through television sets across the world a little over a year ago as Chelsea handed Manchester United a lesson in football at The Bridge. For the first time…

Arsenal
November 1, 2017
The Arsenal Monthly: October

If you’re an Arsenal fan, every month is eventful and you are just one defeat away from crisis. The month of October was no different. It was an eventful month during which a lot happened on and off the field, with some shocking defending vs Watford to absolutely ripping Everton to shreds. With Sanchez, Ozil…

October 31, 2017
Phil Jones : The Resurgence

Phil Jones has been at the root of Manchester United’s defensive solidarity this season, and we dive into what he’s done right and how he’s helped them to the best defensive showing in the league. Jose Mourinho’s teams operate with a particular template. His back 4 has one attacking Full Back, and one defensive Wing…

October 28, 2017
U-17 World Cup Final Preview.

A wounded lion is said to be more ferocious. However, the lion does not attack the person who inflicted the wound. Time to rewind the clock to where it all began. The u-17 Euros has five spots for qualification to the u-17 World Cup. However, the qualification part did not matter to England and Spain…

October 26, 2017
World Cup Preview: Can the Three Lions Roar Again?
Pressure. Disappointment. Agony. Three words that sum up England’s recent World Cup history and performances. No other nation feels the pressure more than England, with fans, pundits and the media craving for success. England has had some legends play in the last three World Cups but each time the team has failed to impress on...
October 23, 2017
The Curious Case of Mesut Ozil

Majestic, Lazy, Mercurial, Weak, there are many an adjective that one could use for Mesut Ozil. At his best, he could make a fool of even the best of defences with just one pass, at his worst though, he could cost his team points through his lack of positional discipline. “There isnt a copy of…

October 23, 2017
PL Weekend review: Manchester City sailing on

Somewhere in the middle of the first half of the season ,it can be said that the very foundation has been set for the plot to unfold.Manchester City are pulling away and there are ominous signs for the others in the top-6. With the Terriers pulling out a shocker and Arsenal showing glimpses of their…

October 20, 2017
Merseyside Blues – Decoding Everton’s poor start to the 2017/18 season 

Often lingering in the shadow of English football’s giants in the northwest, this season was meant to represent a turning point for Everton. Heavy spending ushered in by billionaire Farhad Moshiri’s takeover in February 2016 saw parallels being drawn with Sheikh Mansour’s Manchester City acquisition in 2008. Moshiri’s project is brimming with similar ambition, he…

October 18, 2017
RB Leipzig – A new emerging force of German football

History and their development – RB Leipzig is not your normal Bundesliga club. They have made their way into the first division, creating waves amongst many for outperforming the usual suspects – similar to Leicester in the Premier League. However, there is more than one difference between those two clubs. During Leicester’s incredible run to the…

October 17, 2017
France World Cup Preview – Les Bleus’ time is now

It seemed to take an eternity for Eder’s shot to streak across the turf and into the back of the net. Portugal had been through the misery of losing to an underdog at home, as they did against Greece in 2004, and all of France that saw the ball trickle across the line knew, with…