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Worlds in motion: Why the Three Lions are capable of roaring in Russia

There is no footballing side on Earth that flatters to deceive quite like the Three Lions.

England has, regardless of what the naysayers claim, always been capable of producing world class players that could start for any nation. (more…)


Arsene Wenger – Jack Wilshere can be Arsenal captain one day

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has revealed..

The club will talk to Jack Wilshere in December about renewing his contract. (more…)


England: Out with the old, in with the older?

The announcement of Sam Allardyce’s inaugural England squad..

Brings with it five alterations to Roy Hodgson’s calamitous European Championship selection. (more…)


Euro 2016: Roy Hodgson a baffling England coach from start to finish

England 1 Iceland 2.

It is a result which has caused headlines around the world. (more…)


Euro 2016: Four players who should never represent England again

Another major tournament, another major disappointment.

If you have grown up supporting the English national side in the last 15-20 years, you might now be an expert at the art of handling constant dejection. (more…)


England ready to buck ‘failure’ tag

England’s consistent under performance at major tournaments has seen the country labelled as ‘chokers’ by the footballing world.

The Three Lions have not experienced success since winning the World Cup 1966, and are yet to win a European Championship. (more…)


Will Jack Wilshere ever fulfil his potential?

Jack Wilshere burst into the Arsenal first team six years ago at the age of 18.

With many touting him to be the next big talent in not only the Premier League but also for England on the world stage. (more…)


Why Calum Chambers deserves chance to prove himself in midfield

In what was just his second ever start in defensive midfield for Arsenal.

Calum Chambers put in a supremely accomplished showing against Eddie Howe’s crafty Bournemouth outfit. (more…)


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…)


Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain’s encouraging start to pre-season offers plenty of optimism

When Arsenal were negotiating the deal to bring in Petr Cech,

Chelsea, who were reluctant to let him go, decided they’d try and test Arsenal’s resolve by looking into the possibility of getting Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain included in the deal. (more…)


Time for Manchester City to pick up the pace in the transfer window

Manchester City have been unusually quiet in the current transfer market.

Manuel Pellegrini has managed to sign only one player so far in the form of young Turkish forward, Enes Unal. (more…)


Why Per Mertesacker is still so valuable to Arsenal

“Nothing is sealed yet so we have to play our game and not look anywhere else”,

Said Per Mertesacker prior to Arsenal’s final Premier League match against West Brom. (more…)


Premier League 2014-15 half-term review

At the start of a new calendar year,

Surely there’s no better time to assess who has and hasn’t enjoyed the Premier League 2014/15 season to date. (more…)


Arsenal need Wenger reloaded, not revolutions

In the Wachowskis brothers’ sci-fi trilogy ‘The Matrix’,

One of the most intriguing characters is ‘The Architect’. (more…)


David de Gea integral to the Old Trafford blueprint

For all the huff and puff around Louis van Gaal’s tactical switches and tinkering.

Without the brilliant individual contribution of his goalkeeper, United would likely linger in mid-table. (more…)