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Tag Archives: english premier league

Why Keeping Fabio Borini Could Save Liverpool’s Season

Posted on by Spenser Davis
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It takes a lot of balls to reject a club outright to stay at a club where you’re clearly not wanted. But in a football economy as tight as the Premier League’s both players and clubs will often do whatever … Continue reading

Analysing The New Brigade Of English Premier League Managers

Posted on by Chris Winterburn
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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

Tottenham Hotspur’s August-September Progress Report

Posted on by Matt Lichtenstadter
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If I was being my most Tottenham Hotspur and most cynical, the progress report would be short and only need a handful of words: “Tim Sherwood is gone, we made progress by default”. But, since I dare not be disingenuous … Continue reading

Newcastle United’s Average Start Puts Alan Pardew Under Severe Pressure

Posted on by Thariq Amir
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Another day, another humiliation. Newcastle United’s capitulation against Southampton last weekend was the fourth time this calendar year that the Magpies have lost by a four goal margin. Southampton helped themselves to four last season against Newcastle at St Mary’s … Continue reading

Gabriel Agbonlahor Form Means An England Recall Could Be On The Cards

Posted on by Julian Delicata
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When Gabriel Agbonlahor first stepped on the grass of Goodison Park at the age of 19 for his Aston Villa debut against Everton great things were expected from the Birmingham-born striker. His lightning pace and direct runs coupled with his … Continue reading

Reviewing The Premier League’s Key Refereeing Decisions From Week 4

Posted on by Andy Turnbull
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The Premier League returned this weekend after the international break, and there were plenty of talking points in terms of incidents and decisions. Starting at The Emirates in the early kick off, Jack Wilshere was involved in a handball claim … Continue reading

Daniel Agger Is The Last Of A Dying Breed

Posted on by Søren Frank
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After eight-and-a-half injury-plagued, yet successful years at Anfield, Liverpool’s Danish vice captain Daniel Agger was allowed to leave this summer after finding himself dropping further down the pecking order. However, Agger was not only allowed to leave, he was allowed … Continue reading

Tottenham vs Liverpool Predicted Lineups

Posted on by James Ferrier
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Two league wins, scoring five goals and conceding zero in the process have seen Tottenham Hotspur at the top of the table, although it is very early days. They entertain Liverpool on Sunday the 31st of August. The Merseyside team … Continue reading

Everton vs Chelsea Predicted Lineups

Posted on by Amadi Tidiane
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José Mourinho’s Chelsea travel to Merseyside to face Roberto Martinez’s Everton in Saturday’s English Premier League marquee matchup.  Everton finished the 2013-14 season in fifth place, just two places behind Chelsea.  Sharing the points from these fixtures last season, the … 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

The Sweeper: 10 Soccer Stories You May Have Missed This Week

Posted on by Aram Gyan
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Allow The Sweeper to hurtle you through this past week’s best stories at the speed of Mario Balotelli racing through Milan’s streets in a Ferrari with his queasy pet Rottweiler by his side. 1. “Think Outside the Ibrox” Picture Ben Roethlisberger … Continue reading

Shinji Kagawa Reportedly Transferring To Borussia Dortmund

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
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As Louis van Gaal settles in as Manchester United’s newest manager, he has made it very clear that he is interested in selling a number of players. Shinji Kagawa is on the list of players for sale, and the Japanese … Continue reading

What If Landon Donovan Stayed At Everton

Posted on by Robert Hay
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When he retires at the end of this MLS season – and after the October 10 USMNT friendly in which he will feature – Landon Donovan will be shrouded as the greatest American soccer player of all-time. While some soccer … Continue reading

How Angel Di Maria Can Avoid Being The Latest British Transfer Record To Flop

Posted on by Matt Jones
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Complete the sequence: Angel di Maria, Fernando Torres, Andy Carroll, Robinho, Andrei Shevchenko, “X”. For those who don’t instantly recognise what connects the aforementioned soccer players — make a note of the eventual answer, because it’s a nailed on pub … Continue reading

Stevan Jovetic Beginning To Prove His Worth For Manchester City

Posted on by Joel Fruci
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After a debut season riddled by injury, Stevan Jovetic appears to have found his feet at Manchester City, and with the Montenegrin striker in fine form, the football community can only expect more from the player. It’s not always been … Continue reading

talkSPORT and TuneIn Brings European Soccer to US Radio

Posted on by Jord Willis
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Listening to European soccer is to be made even easier this season with the renewal of radio services in the United States for Premier League and Bundesliga broadcasting rights. talkSPORT, the world’s largest sports radio station, has been given the … Continue reading

Samuel Eto’o Retires From International Football

Posted on by Caitlin O'Connell
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Cameroon striker, Samuel Eto’o, has announced his retirement from international football today in a tweet posted on his personal account. He thanked the continent of Africa for their support and thanked his fans as well. The 33-year-old recently signed with … Continue reading

Giroud’s Injury Could Force Arsenal To Spend Big On A Striker

Posted on by Chris Moore
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With Arsenal’s star center forward, Olivier Giroud, rumored to be out for three to four months with a broken bone in his foot, manager Arsene Wenger will soon have to decide on whether or not to buy an additional striker … Continue reading