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English Football

/ 118 days ago

Premier League January spending lowest in 12 years due to FFP

Premier League clubs had remarkably quiet January transfer windows, with the total spending in the league hitting $126 million. While this is still a large sum of money, it is just a fraction of the fees that these teams previously spent on new players. For reference, English top-flight clubs racked up over $1 billion in […]

Leagues: EPL

/ 166 days ago

Arsenal to beat EPL rivals to high-rated Portuguese defender

Arsenal are said to be gearing up to recruit Goncalo Inacio, a center-back for Sporting CP, ahead of their Premier League opponents. Since breaking into the first team in 2020, the 22-year-old has solidified his position as a vital cog in Sporting's defensive machine. Thanks to his steady play in the Primeira Liga, he has […]

English Football

/ 271 days ago

EPL breaks transfer record after clubs spent nearly $3 billion

The Premier League has once again broken its own record for spending during the summer transfer window. As lavish deals for Josko Gvardiol, Sandro Tonali and Rasmus Hojlund were all completed, the league continued is alarming spending. According to a report by Deloitte, the 20 top-tiered English clubs combined to spend about $2.97 billion on […]


/ 404 days ago

Arsenal join Liverpool in pursuit of Mason Mount

Arsenal have reportedly held talks with Mason Mount's representatives ahead of the summer transfer window. The current Premier League leaders are hoping to capitalize on the player's precarious contractual situation at Chelsea. Mount has just one year remaining on his current contract and negotiations to extend his deal have stalled. Mount is struggling through a […]

Leagues: EPL

/ 476 days ago

Peacock to stream Deadline Day behind-the-scenes docuseries

Peacock has announced that a new documentary series about soccer's European transfer market is coming soon. Set to debut on Feb. 15, Deadline Day follows selected players on their quests to join new clubs. Exclusive behind-the-scene footage and interviews will be shown throughout the six-part series. Peacock series not just solely about deadline day Footage […]


/ 523 days ago

Arteta promises Arsenal will be active in transfer market

Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has claimed that his club will be "active" in the upcoming transfer market. European teams can make player transfers again beginning on January 1st. The Gunners will need to take a hard look at new players following some bad injury news within the club. Star striker Gabriel Jesus suffered a fairly […]
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/ 897 days ago

5 forwards Arsenal should target in the transfer window

There is no secret that Arsenal's forwards currently have a scoring problem. After all, the Gunners have managed just 21 goals in 16 Premier League matches so far this season. As of now, the club possesses two high-profile strikers up front. However, Alexandre Lacazette and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang appear on the rumor mill as potential departures […]

Aston Villa

/ 4867 days ago

Is the Future of the Premier League Bright or Not?

Football needs to be careful. We all love the drama of a good transfer deadline day and that feeling when your club lands a great player is brilliant but the whole situation is becoming scary. As I sit and write this, Fernando Torres is moving for nearly £50 million and Andy Carroll is the subject […]


/ 5383 days ago

FIFA Bans Chelsea From Buying Players Until 2011

It’s funny how karma works.  Chelsea took an inhumanely stern line with Adrian Mutu, and now FIFA has taken a stern line with them. The Blues have been found guilty of “inducing” French midfielder Gael Kakuta to break his contract with Lens in 2007.  FIFA has forbid them to participate in the next two transfer […]

Leagues: EPL

/ 5441 days ago

Stay Fit, Keep Xabi, Masch: Liverpool Can Win... part 2

Click here for Part 1 Last season, Gerrard and Torres missed substantial chunks of play. And Liverpool suffered for it. When they were both fit, Liverpool hit some astounding results: v. Real Madrid: 4-0; v. Chelsea 2-0; v. Villa 5-0; and @ United 4-1!!! They even managed strong results against big sides with one or […]


/ 5442 days ago

Stay Fit, Keep Xabi, Masch: Liverpool Can Win... part 1

Gutted: n. 1) A feeling of intense desolation, akin to the feeling of having one's insides ripped out. 2) A sweet colloquialism that should be adopted into American parlance along with the words "wanker", "bullocks" and "knackered". Example: Ethan Armstrong will be gutted if Liverpool FC sell Xabi Alonso to Real Madrid. Here it is: […]


/ 5446 days ago

Real Madrid Storms Transfer Market – Can English Clubs Cope?

Barcelona winning everything last season could have deeper repercussions for the Premier League beyond felling Manchester United in the Champions League. They've awoken the sleeping spending giant that is Real Madrid. Desperate to overtake the unstoppable Barça, Real Madrid have obliterated all transfer records and don't look anywhere near stopping. The super nova has exploded […]


/ 5447 days ago

Will All These Transfer Rumors Please Give Us Something Real?

Every year, once the season ends, the rumors really start buzzing around our heads like a dark swarm of thirsty mosquitoes. And where we should wisely swat the nasty beasts away, the depth of our summer football boredom makes us strip off our shirts, hold out our arms, and beg them to land. Give us […]


/ 5461 days ago

Liverpool Should Sign Johnson and Keep Arbeloa

The buzz coming through the ever-dubious transfer wires claims that Liverpool are close to signing Glen Johnson from Portsmouth. Rumors are homing in on a £17m move which includes the £7m Pompey still owe the Reds for Peter Crouch. Johnson is a fine player, full of skill, energy and guile, and his addition to the […]


/ 5475 days ago

Manchester City: The Next Chelsea FC?

It wasn't so long ago, I was completely outraged by Chelsea FC's spending. 16.6m for Mekelele. 24.4m for Essien. 19.8m for Carvalho. 24m for Drogba. As a business, the club could sustain a 140m loss on a year because Roman Abramovich was there to bankroll the transfers. This was bad for football. The value of […]