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Predicting the 2018/19 Premier League table

The Premier League season is fast approaching and teams have been busy in the transfer window in preparation.

The new season poses many questions. (more…)

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Ten things you didn’t know about the League Cup

West Ham face Arsenal in the quarter-final of the Carabao Cup.

Here are 10 facts about the League Cup. (more…)

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Liverpool have reached a turning point in hunt for Champions League return

Football can be a funny game.

One minute everything could be going according to plan, but yet it can change in a heartbeat. (more…)

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The FA Cup continues to lose relevance in the modern game

To kick off this debate, let me pose a question to you.

When was the last time you genuinely looked forward to a FA Cup fixture? (more…)

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Is the clock ticking for Arsene Wenger at Arsenal?

In the aftermath of what can only be described as a Greek tragedy,

It seems pretty much everyone in the footballing community are calling for the head of Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. (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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Manuel Pellegrini’s future at Manchester City: Is there one?

Manuel Pellegrini is under a lot of pressure.

Defending Champions may very well end up with nothing. But is it that simple? (more…)

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Tottenham Hotspur mid-season review

New Year’s Day 2015 saw the Premier League pass its halfway mark.

A time where clubs assess how they have progressed to date, and where they can improve between now and May. (more…)

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Away days, back in the day

When you begin a lifelong love affair with a football club,

It usually begins with attending home games at an early age. (more…)

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Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew: Proof that patience can be important

Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew proving that patience and loyalty can go hand-in-hand.

Over the weekend West Ham United hosted Newcastle United and quite remarkably Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew were both still in charge of their respective clubs. (more…)

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Who is to blame for Spurs’ stuttering start?

On the back of their recent home reverse to Stoke City..

Neutral observers would perhaps think that Tottenham Hotspur had just suffered a bad day at the office. (more…)

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Coventry City: Class of ’77 – Sky Blue heaven

It’s August 1977 and I’m a young lad, hating school and looking for a purpose.

The two main outlets are music and football, particularly Coventry City. One provided as a major boost as punk rock enters my life providing an energy and resentment of authority I can identify with. (more…)

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Sheffield Wednesday: It’s time for the Owls to go on a run

Stevie May’s second goal for Sheffield Wednesday came just at the right time in the 2-0 away win at Birmingham City.

Missed chances against Nottingham Forest and Bolton Wanderers had left the Owls without a goal in two and a half games. (more…)

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Where can Manchester United expect to finish?

I’m sure Manchester United fans need no reminding of last season’s misgivings.

In an appointment that promised so much but delivered so little, the ‘chosen one’ David Moyes arrived from Everton as Sir Alex Ferguson’s scouted replacement. (more…)

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England’s same old story

Doesn’t it seem like the good ship England sank an eternity ago?

The wreckage has long sunk to the depths of Davy Jones’ locker. We’ve been well and truly thrown into the international abyss. (more…)

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