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Tag Archives: english premier league

Premier League Tactics Corner – Round 6

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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Through wide areas, Hull City has found a lot of its success, and Steven Naismith has become the centerpiece of Everton’s alternative system of play. Hull Raids The Flanks When Ahmed Elmohamady went on trial with Steve Bruce’s Sunderland in … Continue reading

Underrated Olivier Giroud Deserves His Arsenal Contract Extension

Posted on by Chris Moore
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Injured Arsenal forward Olivier Giroud will soon be rewarded with a two-year contract extension with the Gunners. Manager Arsene Wenger announced during his Tuesday press conference that the deal will be ironed out and completed shortly. The new contract will … Continue reading

Analyzing Manchester United’s Teenage Defensive Lynchpin Paddy McNair

Posted on by Hussein Jiva
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Had it not have been for the injuries to Englishmen Chris Smalling and Phil Jones along with that of a senior Jonny Evans and the suspension of the recently first-teamer, Tyler Blackett – millions of fans around the world would … Continue reading

Reviewing Premier League Refereeing Decisions: Gameweek 6

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The most controversial incident from the weekend came at Old Trafford, where Wayne Rooney was sent off for a high, and late challenge on Stewart Downing. Rooney was clearly trying to stop Downing’s progress, clip his ankles and get a … Continue reading

Manchester United vs West Ham United Player Ratings

Posted on by Nicolas Hallett
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There is a saying that goes, “The best defense is a good offense,” and it’d be fair to say that’s the strategy of Manchester United at present. Erasing the memory of the infamous 5-3 defeat to Leicester City was always … Continue reading

English Premier League Preview – Chelsea vs Aston Villa

Posted on by Ayo Isaiah
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Preview All attention returns to the weekend’s Premier League action after Capital One Cup matches took place in midweek. Table toppers Chelsea host Aston Villa at Stamford Bridge on Saturday as they look to consolidate their lead at the top … Continue reading

Manchester United vs. West Ham United Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Nipun Chopra
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The yearly center-back crisis at Manchester United has arrived. A couple of seasons ago, in spite of having five center backs in Chris Smalling, Phil Jones, Jonny Evans, Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic, Sir Alex Ferguson was forced to deploy … Continue reading

Analyzing The Differences Between Louis van Gaal And Sir Alex Ferguson

Posted on by Søren Frank
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Surely, Louis van Gaal and Alex Ferguson have many qualities in common. But their approach to soccer is also fundamentally different. The most obvious similarity is that they are both proven winners. The Dutch began his managerial career at Ajax … Continue reading

The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Of Manchester United

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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It hasn’t really gone to plan for Manchester United has it? Unwanted records are being broken and despite spending a vast sum in the summer transfer window and shipping out a number of players too, the squad still looks unbalanced. … Continue reading

Graziano Pelle Another Uncovered Gem For Southampton

Posted on by Dom Favata
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With four goals in his first five matches for the Saints, Graziano Pelle has hit the ground running in England after being seemingly plucked from obscurity. The 29-year-old followed manager Ronald Koeman to Southampton from Feyenoord after signing for £9 … Continue reading

Stoke City’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Ayo Isaiah
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Stoke City have had a mixed beginning to the 2014-15 Premier League season and have posted mixed results since the start on the campaign. With one win, two draws and two losses, the Potters are perched in 13th spot on … Continue reading

Everton’s Start To The Season Has Been Naive, Inept And Utterly Inexcusable

Posted on by Matt Jones
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During his time as Swansea City manager in the second and third tiers of English football, Roberto Martinez will have witnessed myriad examples of poor defending. But you can bet that in all the matches he’s stood on the sidelines for at the Liberty … Continue reading

Premier League Tactics Corner – Round 5

Posted on by Alex Fairchild
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Two of the Premier League’s most glamorous teams showed us how to, and how not to break down a defense this weekend. Schurrle’s Movement Unzips Manchester City Andre Schurrle got to hang out with Thomas Muller a lot this summer … Continue reading

Newcastle United’s 2014-15 Blue/Green Third Kit Reviewed

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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The brand new Newcastle United third kit was released last week on Friday September 19th, with the club’s fortunes on the pitch looking significantly less bright than the newly released strip. As the supporters’ campaigns to force the dismissal of … Continue reading

Reviewing The Premier League’s Key Decisions From Week 5

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The most entertaining game of the weekend came at the King Power Stadium, where Leicester came back from 3-1 down to win 5-3 at the expense of Manchester United. There is no escaping that United’s defense were all over the … Continue reading

Previewing The Eagerly-Anticipated Film ‘Marvellous’

Posted on by Ian Cransons Knees
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I wrote an article last season sparked by foreign ownership and community about a long standing Stoke City cult hero, Neil “Nello” Baldwin. Nello had just been awarded an honorary degree degree by Keele University in recognition of his positive … Continue reading

Leicester City’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Any report read on Leicester City before the season started will have no doubt made note of their so called “nightmare start”, and perhaps rightly so. Hosting Everton and Manchester United was broken up with visits to the Emirates, Stamford … Continue reading

Crystal Palace’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Crystal Palace set foot into the 2014/15 season shrouded in doubts and controversy. Half way through last season Palace were rooted at the bottom of the table, but the introduction of Tony Pulis with a new, rigid style of play … Continue reading