Author Archives: Scott Fulton

Why Manchester United Would Be Better Off Not Qualifying for the Europa League

Posted on by Scott Fulton

Even the most optimistic of Manchester United supporters would admit that UEFA Champions League qualification through the Premier League is out of reach this season. So naturally, Manchester United should target UEFA’s secondary European competition, the Europa League. I have … Continue reading

Has Roberto Mancini Done a Good Enough Job at Manchester City?

Posted on by Scott Fulton

Since his arrival almost two and a half years ago, Manchester City has seen change unlike any other period in the club’s history. The oil rich owners influence has come to the fore after a period of disappointment under Mark … Continue reading

An Early Look at the Contenders for the Premier League Manager of the Season Award

Posted on by Scott Fulton

The Premier League Manager of the Season award is always a contentious one. Whilst usually dominated by the manager of the league champions, there are often several contenders. Overachievers competing for Europe? The newly promoted side comfortable in mid table? … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger and Arsenal: A Beautiful Relationship in Need of Change

Posted on by Scott Fulton

‘One nil to the Arsenal’ was the famous song that emanated from fortress Highbury during the lengthy and successful tenure of the pragmatic George Graham. They were the team that were the very antithesis of Kenny Dalglish’s latest incarnation of … Continue reading