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Tag Archives: english premier league

English Premier League Would be Better if ‘Smaller’ Teams Could Win Titles

Posted on by Robert Hay
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Admittedly I am a newer soccer fan. The 2006 World Cup helped me truly fall in love with the beautiful game to the point where I began to actively follow it online and on TV. Since that World Cup, I … Continue reading

Premier League Could be Set to Introduce Friday Night Matches

Posted on by Chris Moore
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With the battle for the new Barclays Premier League television rights set to begin at the start of the New Year, it is understood that the competing networks are keen on producing Friday night matches in the near future. BT … Continue reading

Premier League Tactics Corner; Analyzing Louis van Gaal’s Use of Pressing Tactics

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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When talking about tactics, it’s easy to get caught up in the hype over a formation and entirely ignore the system. There is a lot more thought put into the intricacies of how a team functions on a pitch than … Continue reading

Arsenal Has Dilemma With The Wenger And Klopp Situation

Posted on by Chris Moore
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At 65 years of age, Arsenal manger Arsene Wenger is most likely nearing the end of an outstanding career as a soccer manager.  Since going from a relatively little-known manager to being appointed as Arsenal’s leader in 1996, Wenger has … Continue reading

2 Main Issues That Arsenal Need To Address

Posted on by Chris Moore
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Despite dominating both possession and shots, Arsenal fell to defeat at the hands of Manchester United on Saturday at The Emirates.  The 2-1 loss not only saw the Gunners drop down to eighth in the Premier League standings, but it … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Leicester City’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Our previous progress report on Leicester City’s opening to the season left the reader with one resounding message – if Leicester continue as they started, they would survive relegation from the Premier League. However, after strong draws against Everton and … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Manchester City’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Kartik Krishnaiyer
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Manchester City had a difficult time between the two most recent international breaks. While on paper the squad looks impressive, the lack of depth especially given the financial outlay on many of these players is quite worrying. Sergio Aguero has … Continue reading

Arsenal Midfielder Jack Wilshere Silencing His Critics With Outstanding Play

Posted on by Chris Moore
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Arsenal and England midfielder Jack Wilshere always seems to find himself in the spotlight. The previous teenage soccer prodigy became Arsenal’s youngest ever player to feature for the storied club at just 16 years of age. Two seasons later, Wilshere’s … Continue reading

Analyzing Who Should Be The Preferred Center-Back Pairing For Liverpool

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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Liverpool Football Club have not had a great season so far. Not their worst, but far worse than last season. The club have plenty of time, and a top 4 finish is a reasonable hope if the Reds can work … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Tottenham Hotspur’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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It seems that I’ve written many Tottenham Hotspur progress report pieces since the last one came out on September 19th without actually calling it a “progress report”. They’ve more been referendums on the slog at White Hart Lane. But since this … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Stoke City’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Ayo Isaiah
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The Potters have continued in their inconsistent start to the season and are yet to find their best form so far. In the five Premier League matches played in October and November, they won twice, lost twice and drew once, … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on West Brom’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Scott J Hancox
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Best XI Best XI is a tricky one, not because it’s a struggle to separate the close qualities in our side, more the opposite. Not a tough decision between our ball winning defensive midfielder or our creative spark. No, it … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Manchester United’s Performances For October-November

Posted on by Nipun Chopra
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Since the last progress report, Manchester United have played six games, winning three, drawing two and losing against Manchester City. Compared to the abysmal results at the start to the season, this would be considered progress. Certainly, the team is … Continue reading

Draft11.com – The New And Exciting Way To Play Fantasy Soccer

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Every year, I push myself to make a fantasy soccer side. Usually based around the English Premier League, I pick my side that is going to see me top the world. And then I leave it. This year, I still … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Liverpool’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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As we get closer to the season’s halfway point, analyzing Liverpool’s progress has become less of an observe-and-report job and more of a dazed-and-confused stumble in the dark. The club currently sits in 11th place, which seems rather dire, but … Continue reading

Read Our Progress Report on Newcastle United’s Performances for October-November

Posted on by Chris Paraskevas
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Since the 1-0 loss away to Stoke City at the end of September, Alan Pardew and his side have enjoyed an incredible October renaissance. That result at the Britannia Stadium was perhaps the low-point of Pardew’s tenure at Newcastle – … Continue reading

Arsenal Youngster Once Labeled the “Next Big Thing” Finally Hitting Stride

Posted on by Chris Moore
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Following five somewhat unsuccessful loan moves over the last four seasons, former Arsenal top prospect Benik Afobe is now firing on all cylinders during his time with League One side Milton Keynes Dons. Afobe, a England youth international, joined The … Continue reading

Analyzing The Club And Country Debate

Posted on by Chris Moore
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Chelsea’s dynamic duo of Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas are the latest soccer stars to receive criticism for not training with their national team. Despite both Spanish players completing a full 90 minutes during Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Liverpool, a … Continue reading