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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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Coventry City: Let down

Winston Churchill was fond of a sound bite.

And to paraphrase him, “Never in the history of football conflict have so many been let down by so few”. (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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What’s in an owner?

It’s a worrying sign when a club is known more for the difficulties off the pitch than on.

Cardiff City news? Owner Vincent Tan. Birmingham news? Former owner Carson Yeung. (more…)

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Owners with a lonely heart

It’s summer in the late 1990’s and I’m at an open day at Coventry City’s then stadium, Highfield Road.

The club are living the dream as the Premiership takes off and football is ridding its image of sport of hooligan’s to the new lifestyle choice of a more upwardly mobile clientele. (more…)

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The alternative league table – Part 4

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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Vincent Tan a necessary evil or a blight for Cardiff City?

Cardiff City celebrated winning the first ever top flight Welsh derby on Sunday, beating their rivals Swansea City 1-0 at the Cardiff City Stadium.

Steven Caulker’s second half header following a Craig Bellamy corner was the difference between the Bluebirds and the Swans. (more…)

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The dreaded drop

Without a shadow of a doubt the priority for any newly promoted team is to maintain their status as a Premier League club.

Of course it’s not as easy as it sounds as many top managers could tell you. (more…)

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