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Tony Adams at Granada so far

When the news that Arsenal Legend Tony Adams was becoming the manager of struggling La Liga side Granada.

It was a complete shock to us all. (more…)

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FIFA FIFPro World XI

Organised by FIFPro, the body that represents players’ associations from 69 countries.

The world 11 is picked by fellow professional footballers, with 26,516 votes cast this year. (more…)

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Premier League spending reaches £1.165 billion

Premier League clubs have made full use of the new television deal.

As spending in the summer transfer window closed with a record £1.165 billion spent. (more…)

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Pep Guardiola arrival at Manchester City should take the club to the next level

Pep Guardiola’s arrival at Manchester City this summer will spell danger for the rest of the Premier League.

As City’s dominance for the next three years could already be set in stone even before a ball is kicked. (more…)

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What does the prospect of a European Super League mean for the Premier League?

Last month, Karl-Heinz Rummenigge re-ignited the debate on the prospect of a European Super League.

We ask – could it really happen? (more…)

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Is a club’s transfer policy now all (too) powerful?

Carrying on from the recent piece on managerial dynasties,

We look at whether club’s transfer policies now have far more impact on the success of a team than the input of the manager. (more…)

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The end of the managerial dynasties

Football has seen huge changes in the past decade with an ever widening financial divide.

The emergence of true elite European ‘super clubs’ and a huge evolution in fluid and flexible tactics. (more…)

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How will Cristiano Ronaldo be remembered?

The past decade of football has been a wonderful time for most things Spanish.

With three major International tournament wins, a Barcelona team doing a good impression of the Harlem Globe Trotters and Real Madrid also securing La Decima. (more…)

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David Moyes is sacked again, but what’s next for the former Manchester United boss?

David Moyes has certainly had a tough time of it..

Since he left the comfort of the Goodison Park dugout to test himself at Old Trafford. (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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Karim Benzema’s journey from the next Anelka to Real Madrid mainstay

Karim Benzema was brilliant in the most recent iteration of El Clasico.

He worked hard, made a series of excellent runs and, perhaps most importantly, facilitated much of Real Madrid’s best build-up play. (more…)

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Eden Hazard: Overrated or one of a kind?

“I am not here to be a star, to show off.”

“I am here to play for the others. I am not the new Messi. I am Eden Hazard.” Eden Hazard, Chelsea. (more…)

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Arsenal: Replacing Arsene Wenger

The script has been written for the last few seasons.

Arsene Wenger has to be replaced, because either he’s too old, or doesn’t know what he’s doing. (more…)

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Sheffield Wednesday: Underachieving or almost there?

With just under a quarter of the Championship season already finished.

Sheffield Wednesday sit in 9th place in the table and posses the best defensive record in the league. (more…)

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Why England will never be a force in international football

It’s international break right now and I started thinking about weather England will ever be a force in international football.

My feeling is that I will never see England win anything in my lifetime. (more…)

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