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Why is it so hard to live with Tony Pulis?

It’s a little like eating porridge at every meal;

Having existed on meagre scraps for so long. (more…)

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Premier League 2014/15 Preview – Part 1

With the new Premier League season set to get underway,

It is time to look at the teams taking part and gauge their chances for the season ahead. (more…)

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Premier League managers: Reality vs expectations

All football fans have to weigh up their expectations and their realism in regards to their football team

.. and to an even greater degree so do the owners of said football clubs. (more…)

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Who will be relegated in the Premier League run-in?

With all teams except Sunderland in the bottom eleven of the Premier League having played at least 28 games, the battle against relegation is beginning to take shape.

Eleven points separate West Ham in 10th and Southampton in 9th, with the Saints already surpassing the magic 40 points total that generally sees you survive. (more…)

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The alternative league table – Part 3

The idea of this list is to rank Premier League clubs based on who runs each club.

The focus isn’t just on the money that is spent on wages and transfers fees. (more…)

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Premier League half-term report card – Bottom 10 teams

With 20 games played, the half-way point in the Premier League season has passed.

Matt Boosey grades and analyses each of the bottom 10 teams’ performances in the first half of the campaign. (more…)

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Stick or twist? The great managerial gamble

As it currently stands, West Ham are the only team in the bottom 5 of the Premier League who have not made a managerial change.

An alarming statistic for those who believe change is a good thing. (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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Roy Hodgson, a good choice?

It’s often said that British coaches and managers don’t go abroad and experience different cultures in the game.

Not permanent moves, just a temporary one even for a few weeks. (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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Scottish managers: Is there something in the water?

Unless you’ve been held captive in Guantanamo Bay you will know that David Moyes replaced Sir Alex Ferguson as Manchester United manager last week.

Prior to the appointment, there was much speculation about who would become the new manager with many media commentators, bookmakers, pundits and fans deciding that it was two horse race between Moyes and Jose Mourinho. (more…)

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Premier League 2012/13 Mid-Season Review – Part 5

With the Premier League season more than well and truly underway..

It is time to have a look at each club and how they’re doing and where they’re on (or off!) course to finish. (more…)

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Season 2012/13 fixtures released, our thoughts

Amid all the excitement of the final group games at Euro 2012, Manchester City’s last-gasp Premier League victory and Chelsea’s Champions League triumph you’d be forgiven for asking where the past five weeks had disappeared.

It just seems incredible that we are already talking about the Premier League Fixtures 2012/13, which were released this morning. (more…)

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