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Merseyside misery? Liverpool and Everton’s current condition

As the international break interrupts Premier League action once again.

Many managers will be assessing the situation their clubs seem to be in thus far. (more…)

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How to spend Arsenal’s £100 million war chest

After a brilliant FA Cup triumph, attention at Arsenal turns to next season and using the Cup win as a springboard onto better things.

With a reported £100 million in the bank and fresh recruits needed, a big Summer is predicted at The Emirates. So here’s a look at who Arsene should be blowing his £100 million war chest on.. (more…)

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Manchester United: A look at life post ‘Fergie time’

As opposed to writing individual match reports throughout the season..

I thought I would let the dust settle before jumping into the ring and throwing punches left right and centre on how the new look Manchester United and defending Champions of England have begun the season under new boss David Moyes. (more…)

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Possession is nine-tenths of the draw

A satisfactory start to the new season for Everton I feel. Norwich away is a tricky fixture.

Last season we should have done the double over them but for twice conceding late goals after largely being the better side. (more…)

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Premier League 2013/14: Season preview and predictions

I was asked to do a season review so thought I would share it with you all!

I have tried to be impartial and go with my head as opposed to my heart (hence the answer to the first question!) and taking everything into consideration this is what I came up with. (more…)

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It’s not just talent that wins championships – Part 2

In the first part of ‘It’s not just talent that wins championships‘, I pointed to the fact that Sir Alex Ferguson chose players based on not only talent, but also a winning mentality.

I also thought that Sir Alex would leave after building a great foundation of younger players in addition to the great team he has now. Boy was I wrong. (more…)

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