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Arsenal Attack Overshadows Old Frailties

Arsenal Attack Overshadows Old Frailties

The wait is finally over. The Premier League returned this year on a Friday, the first time it has done so in its 25 years. The opening fixture saw a Premier League classic, with Arsenal fighting their way to a 4-3 win at home that represented just the first time Arsenal have won on the […]

The Wenger Wonderment – Has Arsène lost his way?

The Wenger Wonderment – Has Arsène lost his way?

Arsenal have been here before. The Gunners have finished in the top 4 of the Premier League for the past decade, but have not won the title since the 2003/04 season. Through many of these seasons the traditional English powerhouses such as Chelsea and Manchester United have claimed the ultimate prize, but this season was […]

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 […]

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 […]

Signing Juan Cuadrado is unnecessary and symptomatic of Chelsea’s reluctance in playing youth

Signing Juan Cuadrado is unnecessary and symptomatic of Chelsea’s reluctance in playing youth

Reports have suggested the Colombian international has agreed to join Chelsea, potentially signalling the end of Andre Schurrle’s 18 month stay at the club. With news emerging the Blues have struck a £23.3 million deal with Fiorentina over the acquisition of star winger Juan Cuadrado it begs the question is he really needed by manager Jose […]

Were Bradford City Snubbed?

Were Bradford City Snubbed?

Bradford City have been left feeling snubbed by the country’s biggest T.V. broadcasters this week, as they found out their fifth round cup game will not be shown on television. The F.A. Cup came back with a bang in the fourth round, with several big cup upsets seeing Manchester United and Liverpool both being held […]

What Should Tottenham’s Main Priority Be?

What Should Tottenham’s Main Priority Be?

After beating Sheffield United 1-0 at White Hart Lane in what was a cagey match on Wednesday night, Tottenham are making good progress in all of the four competitions they are featuring in this season. However, the next 30 days will be crucial for the club, as they play matches in the Europa League, League Cup, […]

Harry Kane: England’s Next Number Nine?

Harry Kane: England’s Next Number Nine?

With more plot twists than an EastEnders Christmas special, 2014 yielded yet another year of crushing blows and false hope for the England national team. Despite World Cup heartbreak becoming an accepted inevitability these days, crashing and burning after just 180 minutes rendered 2010’s humiliation something of a nostalgia trip. However, for the first time […]

Will Deandre Yedlin Find Success At Tottenham Hotspur?

Will Deandre Yedlin Find Success At Tottenham Hotspur?

Christmas came early for Deandre Yedlin. The 21-year-old has been granted a work permit by the UK border agency that would allow him to join Tottenham Hotspur in January. The pacey right back was one of the best players in MLS during his two seasons with Seattle Sounders, starting 55 regular season games, scoring once […]

Mr. Dependable, Aaron Cresswell does it all for West Ham

Mr. Dependable, Aaron Cresswell does it all for West Ham

Aaron Cresswell has brought something else to this season’s West Ham United side that was lacking in the season prior, and that’s a consistent attack up the left wing. Cresswell, who was named in the 2014 Championship Team of the Year, has immediately gelled with West Ham and has proven he is worth the five-year […]

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