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Nikhil Agarwal

I am an avid football fan, and have been following the game for close to 10 years. Although I try to keep track of football around the world, the league that is closest to my heart is definitely the Barclays Premier League. For more pieces check out my blog. http://nikhil111199.blogspot.sg

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Gary Neville vs ArsenalFanTV: Did the Anti-Wenger Brigade Further Their Cause?

Gary Neville vs ArsenalFanTV: Did the Anti-Wenger Brigade Further Their Cause?

In the final minutes of Arsenal’s disappointing 3-1 loss to Chelsea two weeks ago, a banner  was unfurled by a disgruntled Arsenal fan, one which read “enough is enough, time to go,” a blunt message directed towards beleaguered Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. In his role as co-commentator for Sky Sports, Gary Neville was quick to pounce […]

The Curious Case of the Manchester Clubs

The Curious Case of the Manchester Clubs

For both Manchester United and Manchester City, this season has been a mixed bag thus far. There have been highs and lows, stunning victories and crushing defeats, and as we approach the halfway point of the 2016-17 Premier League season, it’s fair to say that neither club is where it would have hoped to have […]

Looking at Guardiola’s Philosophy and Potential New Signings

Looking at Guardiola’s Philosophy and Potential New Signings

As the dust settles on what has been a riveting past 10 months of football in the Barclays Premier League, thoughts have turned to next season, as managers new and old alike look to strengthen their squads over the summer. Anticipation is mounting for 13th August, and one man who has had his fair share of […]

Can Arsenal win the Title?

Can Arsenal win the Title?

After beating Manchester City 2-1 at the Emirates in a match that was billed as the clash of the ultimate heavyweights, the last few months have been rough for the Gunners. They’ve won four of eleven league matches since playing the Citizens, and currently find themselves six points off of top spot. They go into […]

The Plight of Manchester City

The Plight of Manchester City

As we approach game week number 18 in the Barclays Premier League, the incredible rise of Leicester City, the startling decline of Chelsea, and the threat of the sack hanging over Louis Van Gaal, have not only dominated the headlines in the last few months, but have allowed the curious tale of Manchester City to […]

Are Man United Strong Enough to Contend for the Title?

Are Man United Strong Enough to Contend for the Title?

Last year, I wrote an article suggesting that despite lavish spending and a great pre-season, Manchester United were still nowhere near close to title contenders. One year on, and despite even more spending, and another strong pre season, my opinions remains unchanged. Louis Van Gaal and Ed Woodward have added quality to the team, with […]

How will Chelsea Approach the Transfer Market?

How will Chelsea Approach the Transfer Market?

Following a brilliant domestic campaign which saw Chelsea claim the Capital One Cup, and eventually coast to the Premier League title, Jose Mourinho could be excused for taking a somewhat frugal stance in this summer’s transfer window. Youngsters Nathan and Danilo Pantic, as well as Bosnian goalkeeper Asmir Begovic, have all been brought in, however, […]

How Should Tottenham go about Business in the Transfer Market?

How Should Tottenham go about Business in the Transfer Market?

As we officially move into the 2nd half of 2015, 1st July also signals the start of the 2015-16 footballing season. While squads will commence training in preparation for 10 months of high-octane football, just as much focus will be devoted to the transfer window, with clubs looking to strengthen, through both imports and exports. For […]

In Defence of Brendan Rodgers

In Defence of Brendan Rodgers

I want to make a case for one Brendan Rodgers. I know Liverpool have suffered some embarrassing results this season, and there will have been some frustration at not finishing at least 5th. However, I just don’t know what message it would send to the footballing world if Liverpool were to sack the manager who led […]

Analysing the Relegation Dog Fight

Analysing the Relegation Dog Fight

Leicester looked dead and buried at the start of April, but now find themselves out of the drop zone after a strong run of 5 wins out of 6. Aston Villa too looked like they could be heading for the Championship, but are now hitting form at the right time after appointing Tim Sherwood manager. […]

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