Pogba v Mourinho : There should only be one winner

A 2-1 win over Leicester City made for a decent start for Manchester United this season but the strained relationship between manager José Mourinho and star player Paul Pogba is now a serious concern. In a interview after the game Pogba said… Continue Reading →

What are the f-ck are Tottenham playing at?

Danny Rose had a point. When Tottenham started last season with no new signings, he called for Spurs to improve the type of players they were signing and look to bring in players who you didn’t have to Google. Well… Continue Reading →

FIFA are right to expand the World Cup

After the expansion of the 2016 European Championships, the World Cup is all set for a revamp. The FIFA Council has unanimously decided on a 48-team World Cup from 2026 from the 32 teams we have today. 48 teams would see 16 groups… Continue Reading →

Southgate’s No.1 problem

England head to Russia undefeated under new manager Gareth Southgate and full of optimism with an exciting line-up for the 2018 World Cup. Southgate has gained plaudits for building a team based on youth and devising a new formation but there… Continue Reading →

Zidane leaves as a master of how to manage the dressing room

Three European Cups in a row in your first managerial position. Not bad, huh? There were rumblings that Zinedine Zidane was on the brink of the sack earlier in the season with Madrid finishing behind Tottenham Hotspur in their Champions… Continue Reading →

Why Sean Dyche should win Manager of the Season

Like the majority of prizes this year, the Manager of the Season will no doubt be heading to the Etihad Stadium. Pep Guardiola, who has overseen Man City’s domestic domination, will surely pick up a number of personal accolades to… Continue Reading →

Why the Rooney Rule won’t work in the Premier League

Calls for the Rooney Rue to be implemented in the Premier League are growing more and more and once you see the numbers its not hard to see why. A recent report revealed that of the 482 leading coaching roles across… Continue Reading →

Alexis Sanchez could have won Man United the League

One of the biggest January transfers in Premier League history has finally concluded with Alexis Sanchez moving from Arsenal to Manchester City United. Sanchez stalled on a new contract at the Emirates for months as he weighed up his options with a move… Continue Reading →

Sunderland are a gamble for Coleman but the long shots pay off the biggest

There was a lot of head scratching when the news broke that Chris Coleman had resigned as Wales manager to take the hot seat at struggling Sunderland. Sunderland are going nowhere fast and breaking all the wrong records. Their 2-2… Continue Reading →

If David Moyes is a laughing stock, what does that make West Ham?

After just two wins all season, West Ham have *finally* sacked Slaven Bilic. Firing him in the summer might have made more sense, after he masterminded just one win in eleven games between February and May, but this is West… Continue Reading →

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