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Keep or sell? What should Manchester United do with Marouane Fellaini?

Marouane Fellaini is a player who has come under constant scrutiny since his move to Manchester United from Everton back in 2013.

He was brought to Old Trafford by none other than his former Everton boss David Moyes. (more…)

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What is wrong with Manchester United?

Jose Mourinho as the manager.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic as the talisman. (more…)

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Can Wayne Rooney finally lead England to Euro 2016 glory?

Wayne Rooney has never made it past the quarter-finals of a major international tournament.

Since bursting onto the scene at Euro 2004, Rooney has seen his side come unstuck at the quarter-final stage twice at the European championships. (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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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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Louis van Gaal’s philosophy and vision at Manchester United

Louis van Gaal took charge of Manchester United after taking Holland to the semi-finals of the World Cup.

This was seen as a great achievement as this was billed as one of the worst Holland squads in years. (more…)

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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…)

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How United can go Dutch with Van Gaal, Giggs and the class of 92

Next week Manchester United are rumoured to announce the appointment of Louis van Gaal as their new manager.

The Dutchman has been the favourite for the job ever since David Moyes was sacked last month. (more…)

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Arsenal’s lack of leadership restricting their title credentials

By which yardstick do you measure Arsenal Football Club?

Do you measure them against their elite contemporaries? (more…)

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Are foreign players detrimental to the English game?

Gone are the days where English players were the majority in the Barclays Premier League.

And, as a result of this, people would argue that this has had a detrimental effect upon the national team. And I believe it has. (more…)

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Even Juan Mata cannot cloud Manchester United’s problems

A front three of Robin van Persie, Wayne Rooney and Juan Mata.

Surely a prospect to get Manchester United fans excited after a disappointing first half to the campaign. (more…)

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The best team of the past decade

Over the past ten years, the football world has been blessed with an overwhelming array of world-class talent.

I have decided to take on the highly debated topic which many of us may never agree on; who is the best XI from the past decade? (more…)

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The Ballon d’Or: How do you win it?

Cristiano Ronaldo, Lionel Messi, Ronaldinho, Paul Scholes.

Spot the odd one out. (more…)

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Manchester United need to stick with David Moyes

It’s safe to say David Moyes hasn’t had things go entirely his own way in his short time in charge at Manchester United.

A summer of failed transfers, concluded with the rushed signing of Marouane Fellaini, and a squad full of under performing players have compiled the misery onto the man chosen to fill the biggest boots in world football. (more…)

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The problem with England

England, England, England, or actually should that be Inger-land, Inger-land, Inger-land?

Either way, we are once again left shaking our heads as fortress Wembley once more crumbled like a sand castle facing the foot of the beach bully trying to woo the bikini clad babe. (more…)

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