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Tag Archives: Burnley

Facts And Stats: A Look At The First 10 Gameweeks Of The 2014/15 EPL Season

Posted on by Julian Delicata
Chelsea

The 2014/2015 football season in England is already 10 gameweeks old with ups and downs aplenty. Southampton have unquestionably been the surprise package thus far while the promoted trio all struggling to settle in the top flight. Louis van Gaal’s … Continue reading

Premier League Tactics Corner; Analyzing Cesc Fabregas As A Defensive Asset For Chelsea

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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It’s August 30, 2014 in the 69th minute of a match between Chelsea and Everton. Steven Naismith has halved the Blues’ lead with a goal and it is all Cesc Fabregas’ fault. But why is it his fault? Why do … Continue reading

5 Best Matches Of The Premier League Season So Far

Posted on by Chris Winterburn

With the 2014-15 edition of the Barclays Premier League now seven matches old, there have already been a number of hugely entertaining fixtures illustrating just why the English top flight is so highly regarded across the globe. Ranging from goal-bonanzas … Continue reading

Burnley’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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Life is often hard for a promoted team, and Turf Moor has seen some hard times so far. The Scott Arfield stunner against Chelsea feels as if it was eons ago as the Clarets find life under the lights to … Continue reading

Analysing The New Brigade Of English Premier League Managers

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
nigel-pearson

The Premier League in recent times has become the acid test for managers with the average tenure of a manager in England’s top-flight being just over one year according to a survey conducted as recently as May 2013. Another trend of … Continue reading

Premier League Tactics Corner – Round 3

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
Costa

In this week’s edition of Premier League Tactics Corner, we analyze Diego Costa’s movement and pressing, as well as Stoke City’s defensive tactics against Manchester City. Chelsea’s Costa Costa does three things really well. He presses, he uses his speed, … Continue reading

Burnley vs Manchester United Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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Manchester United head into what Louis van Gaal has labelled a ‘derby match’ with Burnley on the cards next up. Sean Dyche’s side hope to recreate the heroics of the 2009 team which defeated United 1-0 on their last visit … Continue reading

Preview of This Weekend’s Championship Matches, Gameweek 13

Posted on by Nick Ottman
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After getting 58% of the predictions correct last weekend, I feel I deserve another shot at attempting to predict the outcome of this weekend’s Championship fixtures! All times Eastern. TV/Internet times listed for US readers/viewers. Programming note: For viewers in … Continue reading

Are Burnley Serious Contenders for Promotion Back to the Premier League?

Posted on by Nick Ottman
burnley

In the SkyBet Championship in England, Burnley have made an outstanding start to the season. After a hard-fought 1-0 win at Portman Road last weekend, the Clarets sit proudly at the top of the Championship table with an impressive 29 … Continue reading

Wolves Show Their Teeth In The Transfer Market

Posted on by Paul Bestall

The Molineux faithful can be pleased with the efforts of their team last season on returning to the Premiership under Mick McCarthy. With plans afoot to increase the stadium to a 50,000 capacity, things are looking brighter for Wolves across … Continue reading

Congratulations/Commiserations – You’ll Be Playing In The Championship Next Season

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

It certainly doesn’t feel like every season we see six different teams in the Championship, and depending what way you enter the league can often dictate expectations for a club. After the weekend’s League One Playoff final, we now know … Continue reading

End of Season Team Review – Part 1

Posted on by Marshall Norbal

With the Premier League season now done and dusted, there is no better time to look at the winners and losers of one of the most open and un-predicable seasons in history. Arsenal Despite another trophy-less season there has been … Continue reading

Bolton Look To Build On Coyle's Good Start

Posted on by Paul Bestall

There are green shoots of recovery around the Reebok Stadium, after several winters of discontent under Gary Megson. With Owen Coyle’s arrival, suddenly Bolton Wanderers are playing football again and trying to win games, rather than bore teams to death … Continue reading

Brian Laws Turns Historic Double in 2009-10 Season

Posted on by Seth Vertelney

As the 2009-10 season comes to a close, let us take a moment to honor a manager who set himself apart from his peers, achieving a rare and historic feat that deserves to be recognized. Yes, congratulations are in order … Continue reading

Burnley Home Soccer Shirt For 2010-11 Season: Photo

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Burnley’s survival in the Premier League this season is hanging on by a thread, but they did have time last week to unveil their new football kit for the 2010-11 season which is their 100 year centenary year. Whether they’ll … Continue reading

Fantasy Premier League Tips: Gameweek 34

Posted on by Josh Allen

It’s FA Cup semi-final weekend which means that for three teams the Premier League will cease to matter, at least for a few hours. Of course for Portsmouth the Premier League ceased to matter some time ago and as such, … Continue reading

Football Footage From 1901-1905 Including First Film Of Man United

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s incredible to think that this following collection of vintage videos, which were shot over 100 years ago at football grounds across England, would be added to YouTube and we’d be viewing on a computer via this thing called the … Continue reading

Am I Reading This Right? Royals Into 5th Round – Motivation Phenomenon

Posted on by Rob McCluskey

In a season where the passion and relevance of the English F.A cup have been in question, one team defies the odds and shows a true cup spirit. Of course I am referring to Reading, the team who have become … Continue reading