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Tag Archives: Premier League

7 Best Soccer subreddits to Follow

Posted on by Hugh Schuitemaker
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Quickly becoming one of the largest online active communities, reddit is a hive of daily debate, discussion and news from across the globe. Labeling itself as ‘the front page of the internet’, the website is split up into specific subreddits … Continue reading

Tottenham: 5 Questions To Answer Before The Start Of The Season

Posted on by Richard Sunley
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Following the almost non-stop turmoil of last season, Tottenham’s 2014/15 pre-season has been notable for its lack of headlines. Aside from a well publicized attempt to snatch Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton, Spurs have just made a couple of low profile … Continue reading

Joleon Lescott Signs Two-Year Deal To Join West Bromwich Albion

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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After being let go by Manchester City and becoming a hot commodity on the free market, defender Joleon Lescott signs a two-year deal with West Bromwich Albion. The 31-year-old is the first signing for manager Alan Irvine who just signed … Continue reading

Arsene Wenger Will Regret Letting Cesc Fabregas Go To Chelsea

Posted on by Dan Adu-Gyamfi
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Emmanuel Adebayor, Gael Clichy, Ashley Cole, William Gallas, Samir Nasri, Kolo Toure, Robin Van Persie, Bacary Sagna and now Cesc Fabregas. All these men have something in common other than being former Arsenal players. Arsene Wenger has let all of … Continue reading

With Adam Lallana Possibly On His Way, What Will A Pochettino Tottenham Team Look Like?

Posted on by Richard Sunley
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Now that Mauricio Pochettino has officially become Tottenham manager, the work to mold a team begins. Much has been made of the swashbuckling style of Southampton’s play under the Argentine coach. And Spurs fans will be expecting to see a … Continue reading

5 Things Mauricio Pochettino Needs To Do At Tottenham

Posted on by Richard Sunley
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And so the Tottenham managerial merry go round picks up another passenger. This time the man taken for a spin will be Mauricio Pochettino, the highly rated manager of last season’s surprise package Southampton, who has agreed to a five-year … Continue reading

Why the Trend Towards Younger Managers is a Positive Sign For Ryan Giggs at Manchester United

Posted on by Richard Sunley
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With David Moyes finally getting the chop at Manchester United, the search for Sir Alex Ferguson’s successor goes back to square one. Since taking over from Ferguson last summer, Moyes has never looked entirely comfortable at the helm and his … Continue reading

Top 5: David Moyes’ Worst Matches as Manchester United Manager

Posted on by Tom Gatehouse
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So it ends. David Moyes’ 10-month reign as Manchester United manager came to an abrupt, rather unexpected conclusion this morning, with the Scot finally relieved of his duties after an exasperating 51-game stint in the toughest club job on the … Continue reading

Tim Sherwood, Massimiliano Allegri, and the Security of a Di Matteo Tenure

Posted on by Tom Gatehouse
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Having taken over the helm at White Hart Lane following the amputation of the arguably malignant Andre Villas-Boas in December last year, the former England midfielder signed an 18 month deal to be Tottenham boss until 2015, but as it … Continue reading

Why Last Summer’s Gareth Bale and Luis Suarez Transfer Sagas Are Not Comparable

Posted on by Richard Sunley
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As Liverpool edge towards an improbable league title and Tottenham fade away, many have taken the opportunity to compare the differing fortunes of the two clubs. Both teams started the season having finished outside the top four and were looking … Continue reading

Does Tony Pulis Hold the Key to the Premier League Title Race?

Posted on by Tom Gatehouse
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Let’s imagine, just for a minute, that Chelsea come away with a draw from Anfield on April 27. It’s certainly plausible considering the Blues’ league-high defensive record, and the irrepressible Jose Mourinho’s knack of getting his tactics in the big … Continue reading

Premier League Power Rankings After Gameweek 31

Posted on by Matt Covell
The team crests for this season's Premier League

The arrival of spring means many things to people. The days get longer, snow melts as the sun shines again after it’s wintery absence, flowers begin to bloom, and the English Premier League enters the business end of the season. … Continue reading

The Sleeping Giants at Manchester United Might Finally Be Waking Up

Posted on by Sam Okpo
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When Sir Alex Ferguson gave his final, impassioned speech as manager on Old Trafford’s hallowed turf last May, he urged the Manchester United fans to stick with the new gaffer even through the tough times. After the win against Wigan … Continue reading

The Stars Might Finally Be Aligning For David Moyes And Manchester United

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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After twenty-two Premier League matches, Manchester United is sitting in seventh place; fourteen points behind league leading Arsenal and six points behind Liverpool/Tottenham for the final Champions League spot. United’s plummet from the summit of English football to its current … Continue reading

Manchester United Will Find Strength From Their Defeat At Stamford Bridge

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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“Our greatest glory is not in never failing, but in rising up every time we fail.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson For the first time in recent history, Manchester United is failing on the pitch. United has seen its share of … Continue reading

Manchester United Are Heading Into A Vital Four Day Stretch

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The fortunes of a club can change instantly. This is just how it is in football sometimes. One day you’re the “in-form” team that everyone needs to “watch out for”, the next minute you’re “reeling” and your season is “on … Continue reading

Uncertainty At Southampton Should Put Premier League Clubs On Alert

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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The future of Southampton FC has been thrown into doubt with the recent admission that chairman Nicola Cortese wishes to leave his position due to on-going disagreements with ownership over the running of the club. According to Sky Sports, it … Continue reading

Manchester United Must Address The Issue Of CEO Ed Woodward Before Next Transfer Window

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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While David Moyes, his staff and the handful of healthy Manchester United players begin preparing for a trip to Stamford Bridge this Sunday, club officials should be preparing themselves for a very important transfer window in the summer. With almost … Continue reading