Exits Will Hurt United Says Anelka
Exits Will Hurt United Says Anelka

The departures of Cristiano Ronaldo and Carlos Tevez will seriously dent Manchester United’s title challenge, according to Chelsea striker Nicolas Anelka. Ronaldo joined Real Madrid for a world record £80million, whilst Tevez left for rivals Manchester City after his loan deal expired. United have signed Luis Antonio Valencia, Michael Owen […]

Zamora Opens Talks With Hull
Zamora Opens Talks With Hull

Fulham striker Bobby Zamora is in talks with Hull City over a proposed £5million transfer. The fee has already been agreed but now Zamora must decide if he is prepared to move to the north of England for the first time in his career. The 28 year old has been […]

Martinez Will Need Time At Wigan
Martinez Will Need Time At Wigan

Living in an age where people demand everything instantaneously is not always a good thing. Sure it has given us super fast computers, the iPhone, the Playstation3 plus hundreds of other gizmos. But not everything can be made faster and certain aspects of life take time before they bear the […]

Are City Finally Starting To Attract The Big Names?
Are City Finally Starting To Attract The Big Names?

For a very, very long time Manchester City have been dwarfed by their local rivals Manchester United. When it comes to winning trophies there are no comparisons, United are in a league of their own when it comes to success. That’s the way it will be in the future to, […]

Fabregas Reveals The Frustration Of Every Arsenal Fan
Fabregas Reveals The Frustration Of Every Arsenal Fan

They always say the truth will come out in the end and after nearly a year of being coy about how he feels it seems like Cesc Fabregas has finally given us his true opinion on matters at Arsenal. The Gunners skipper has said he is angry at the club […]

Tigers Doing The Most To Save Themselves From Extinction
Tigers Doing The Most To Save Themselves From Extinction

The football season is nearly over for another year and you know you are getting down to the business end of things when talk outside the Premier League turns to the play-offs. In England’s top flight there are still three games to go with essentially everything to play for. At […]

Liverpool to be In Same Predicament After Being Told to Sell
Liverpool to be In Same Predicament After Being Told to Sell

The transfer merry-go-round has begun to turn once again as we approach the summer when all there is to talk about is who you would like your club to sign. For Liverpool top of their list appears to be Gareth Barry from Aston Villa, and David Villa and Raul Albiol […]

Middlesbrough Paying the Price for Inexperience
Middlesbrough Paying the Price for Inexperience

Times are hard if you are a football fan in the north-east of England with all three major clubs based in that area of the country currently fighting for survival. The league table doesn’t lie, all three sides are in major trouble but the one team that already looks doomed […]

Liverpool to enjoy some stability thanks to Rafael Benitez’s new contract.
Liverpool to enjoy some stability thanks to Rafael Benitez’s new contract.

Having endured yet another drawn out football related saga, it’s nice to see that Rafael Benitez and the Liverpool board have finally come to an agreement. Decisions over the Spaniard’s new contract had been ongoing for months and there were periods when it looked as though Benitez would turn down […]

Dirk Kuyt: From Joke to Top Bloke for Liverpool
Dirk Kuyt: From Joke to Top Bloke for Liverpool

Another weekend of Premier League action and another cracking Dirk Kuyt goal. Now who would have predicted that this time last season? Certainly not me and with good reason because his goal tally in the league last season was just five, managing 11 in all competitions for the Reds. So […]

Hughes the wrong man for the Abu Dhabi United Group?
Hughes the wrong man for the Abu Dhabi United Group?

One point off the relegation zone is the last place Sheikh Mansour would have expected Manchester City to be when he took over at Eastlands in September. Now with the club verging on a relegation battle rather than one for a Champions League place must have the ADUG questioning whether […]

Arsenal Desperate For The Transfer Window
Arsenal Desperate For The Transfer Window

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Big weekend for…
Big weekend for…

As we arrive at the quarter mark for the current Premier League season the standings are starting to take shape, although who would have ever thought we would see Tottenham rock bottom or Hull City in the Champions League places. As such it is another big weekend of fixtures coming […]

Moyes Signature To Steady Everton Ship?
Moyes Signature To Steady Everton Ship?

Everton manager David Moyes has finally ended months of speculation by signing a new five-year contract with the club, worth a reported £16.5million. Some have said that Moyes’ failure to sign the deal has contributed to the Toffees poor start to the season, with the club currently in 15th place […]

The Beginning Of The End For Debt Ridden Clubs?
The Beginning Of The End For Debt Ridden Clubs?

With the prediction by Lord Triesman, head of the Football Association, that the current global economic crisis could spell a ‘terrible danger’ to clubs with spiralling debt, meaning could we actually see a Premier League club go to the wall? According to Triesman the Premier League is currently in £3bn […]

Tottenham And Everton To Continue To Struggle In Europe
Tottenham And Everton To Continue To Struggle In Europe

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How The Olympics Will Affect Premier League
How The Olympics Will Affect Premier League

So with the Olympic torch set to be lit in five days I thought it might be a good time to have a look at how the football side of this global gathering will affect the Premier League when that kicks-off the following week. Well in fact the football side […]