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Author Archives: Thomas Flower

Who Is Best Positioned To Win The Title?

Posted on by Thomas Flower

As the New Year approaches this seasons title race is one of the most open in the history of the Premier League. No one is showing form that suggests they will run away with it and five teams will seriously … Continue reading

Who Will Be On The Move In January?

Posted on by Thomas Flower

With the transfer window opening immanently speculation is already mounting on who will be on the move in January. As teams look to give their squads that bit extra in the push for trophies, promotion or the battle against relegation, … Continue reading

Beckham Can Hold Head High!

Posted on by Thomas Flower

While the disappointment of England’s failure to land the 2018 FIFA World Cup will take some time to disappear and questions will be asked of where it all went wrong, one man did himself no harm and that is the … Continue reading

Did Jamie Carragher Deserve A New Contract?

Posted on by Thomas Flower
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He has clocked up over 640 appearances for the Reds and over the years has displayed the sprit and fight that Liverpool need right now but his form over the last few seasons and this season in particular has been … Continue reading

Is it Heskey’s Time To Shine Under Houllier?

Posted on by Thomas Flower

Frozen out towards the end of Martin O’Neill’s reign at Aston Villa one man who would have been delighted to see Gerard Houllier return to the Premier League is former England international Emile Heskey. The Frenchman took Heskey to Merseyside … Continue reading

Can West Brom Now Establish Themselves As A Top Flight Side?

Posted on by Thomas Flower

In recent years West Brom have picked up the tag as the ultimate yo-yo team, proving too good for the Championship and not quite strong enough for the Premier League. This season under the guidance of Roberto Di Matteo the … Continue reading

Are West Ham Set For More Relegation Heartache?

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After three consecutive league defeats the last thing West Ham players, fans and staff will want is a clash with in form London rivals Chelsea, but that is the task that they face after the international break. If they lose … Continue reading

Is Manchester City Move Right For Milner?

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So the transfer saga of the summer is over as Manchester City have finally completed the signing of England international James Milner with Stephen Ireland moving to Villa Park as part of the deal. While Manchester City have undoubtedly got … Continue reading

Can Blackpool Survive In The Premier League?

Posted on by Thomas Flower

With the start of the new season just hours away many people are predicting that Blackpool will be this season’s Burnley. However, Ian Holloway has added several new players to his squad this summer and they may well fancy their … Continue reading

Will Newcastle Survive In The Premier League?

Posted on by Thomas Flower

With the season fast approaching fans of Newcastle United will be wondering how their team will cope back in the top flight after a season away. Chris Hughton and Colin Calderwood did a fantastic job stabilising the club and leading … Continue reading

Do Tottenham Really Need to Sign Scott Parker?

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With news out that Harry Redknapp launched a bid to sign West Ham skipper Scott Parker it leaves us wondering whether or not he would actually improve the Spurs squad. Tottenham will be hoping to secure a Champions League group … Continue reading

Manchester City And Mancini Struggling To Attract Big Name Signings!

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All Manchester City fans were expecting a busy summer at Eastlands and while they have brought in £75 million pounds worth of talent, the players that have arrived will not spark fear into Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal. City have … Continue reading