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QPR can’t rely on Charlie Austin and Matt Phillips

There’s nothing like watching a team implode before your very eyes.

A tad dramatic yes, but on Saturday QPR did just that and threw away a potential three points against Nottingham Forest at Loftus Road. (more…)

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“Don’t worry son. It’s never boring being a Leicester City fan”

My Dad used to say, “it’s never boring being a Leicester fan” – and to him, that was perhaps true.

But for me, who spent his teenage years watching Craig Levein, Nigel Worthington and Gary Megson, life as a City supporter contradicted my Old Man’s words. (more…)

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Analysing three major problems for Manchester City

Manchester City suffered their first league defeat of the season when they were beaten by West Ham at the Etihad last week.

The loss came only a few days after another home defeat to Juventus in the Champions League. (more…)

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What’s the best way to develop young footballers?

Chelsea’s large number of youth and squad players has caused uproar amongst the assorted press.

The reality is that Chelsea are not doing anything that other clubs are not doing other than it being highly organised and effective financially. (more…)

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Why Arsenal should persist with Theo Walcott up front

Every now and again, Theo Walcott gives us a glimpse of his capabilities.

Last weekend, in Arsenal’s 2-0 home win over Stoke, he brought down a Mesut Ozil ball with the most efficient of first touches, and then, as the Stoke defence started to close in, casually stroked the ball home for Arsenal’s opener. (more…)

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Arsene Wenger’s ignorance will always be something that holds Arsenal back

I had recently succumb to a level of gullibility and naivety when it comes to Arsenal’s season.

All was looking reasonably positive, well that was until a trip to Zagreb which saw Arsene Wenger become the first manager to lose 50 Champions League games. (more…)

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Jack Grealish would be right to pick England

It’s time for Jack Grealish to decide whether he wants to play for England or the Republic of Ireland.

And reports suggest that he will pick the country of his birth, Ireland. (more…)

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Tony Mowbray: A breath of fresh air

The nights are slowly closing in as autumn comes into view.

Yet for Coventry fans, there is an optimism in the air that recalls the anticipation of the joys of spring. (more…)

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The signings to take West Ham United to the next level

West Ham United transfers and squad analysis.

There is a lot to look forward to and get excited about for a West Ham fan right now. (more…)

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Jake Hessenthaler – Stepping out of the shadows

Back in the summer the club lost one of its modern day legends.

When Andy Hessenthaler left to take up a role at Leyton Orient. (more…)

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Another uneventful transfer window for Arsenal

It was a window that due to outrageous transfer speculation had began with much hope.

A window that had almost promised a much needed change in transfer policy. (more…)

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The top 10 2015/16 Premier League transfers

The transfer period in the Premier League has come and gone with some significant signings.

Whether it was a big money deal or a clever addition, each club was looking to improve on their squad’s accomplishments from last season. (more…)

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Is another tactical switch about to move through football?

4-3-3, 4-4-2, 3-5-2, these are all tactical formations we are familiar with,

But right now in the Premier League in particular, 4-2-3-1 is ‘de rigour’. (more…)

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Is it feasible for Rafa Benitez to persist with Gareth Bale through the middle?

In a week where Dele Alli became the youngest player to score a Premier League goal for Tottenham since Gareth Bale vs Arsenal in September 2007,

You get the sense Bale wouldn’t have minded jumping back in a time machine and returning to that moment of unbridled joy eight years ago. (more…)

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