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The London Derby: Arsenal’s Perspective

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If someone thought the 2-2 draw between Chelsea and Arsenal was entertaining at the Emirates last year, they need to look at this match. Arsenal may have lost 3-2 on the day but there were some good signs for Unai Emery and his men. A lot has changed since last season

Five Iconic Premier League Games

The world’s most loved sporting league will return this weekend with a carnival like no other. The Premier League now has 20 mega wealthy football clubs, with players from 107 nations being represented. The league has evolved adapting tactical innovation throughout its history. Each year, gripping storylines and plot twists

It’s Time for Sarri-Ball at Chelsea

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Antonio Conte won the FA Cup back in May, but barely 24 hours after tasting the champagne his head was supposedly on the chopping block. Ever since then rumours began to swirl in Italy and England that Chelsea were pursuing Maurizio Sarri, who had recently been replaced at Napoli by

The Beautiful Game: Huddersfield Town’s survival Story

The Beautiful Game – A reoccurring exclusive where fans talk about their fondest/most unforgettable memories relating to football. Today guest EADF writer Sivan John recollects Huddersfield Town's fantastic Premier League survival story and the plethora of emotions Huddersfield Town fans like himself felt over the season. "10th of May 2018 will

Frank Lampard appointed as Derby Manager

Frank Lampard has been appointed as Derby County manager. Lampard has joined the club on a three-year deal. https://twitter.com/dcfcofficial/status/1002098606269239296 Official club statement  The midfield legend, who won three Premier League titles, four FA cups, two League Cups and the UEFA Champions League during his 13 years at Chelsea, will take charge of The Rams

Arsene Wenger – Lights Will Guide You Home

He did not seem at ease accepting a bespoke gong from his erstwhile nemesis. Nor was he comfortable in receiving kindness and what seemed like genuine ‘respect’ from Jose. There was more than a hint of hesitancy in his smile and it took addition countenance from Sir Alex for him

Is Ronaldo about to make a sensational summer switch to the Premier League?

As summer approaches and major divisions across Europe begin to wind down, newspaper columnists turn their attention to the upcoming transfer window. The rumor reel goes into overdrive, linking the hottest players with the biggest teams on planet football. French Ligue 1 champions PSG proved last year that money was no object

What next for Eden Hazard?

As summer draws closer, the rumours have yet again begun to reemerge about Hazard’s future. Over the years, Hazard has been continuously linked to PSG and Real Madrid, with links to Madrid becoming stronger since Zidane became their manager. Hazard has shied away from flirting with these transfer rumours, but

Chelsea 2017/18, A short summary

Ever since the sacking of Jose Mourinho, there was much speculation as to who would replace him at Chelsea, and whether or not his successor could replicate his success. The summer of 2016 saw Chelsea appoint Antonio Conte as head coach of Chelsea Football club - this raised quite a

Manchester City break passing records against Chelsea

(AFP) Manchester City's relentless run towards the Premier League title continued as they opened up an 18-point lead by inflicting more damage on Chelsea's chances of a top-four finish with a 1-0 home win on Sunday. Bernardo Silva scored the only goal of the match 35 seconds into the second half

Manchester City vs Chelsea preview

Manchester City are only 5 games away from securing the Premier League as they head into a exciting battle against Chelsea today. Chelsea face champions-elect Manchester City on Sunday, aware that Pep Guardiola's side are almost certain to win their fifth top-flight league title this term. City are unbeaten in their previous

Mo Salah:The King of Egypt.

”If we can, the club will do everything possible to match the value of the player. If they end up going to another club that is difficult to take. But you can't worry about it, you've just got to keep looking forward." Brendan Rodgers was left bitterly disappointed late in the

Burnley and the power of synergy.

Football is a funny game, they say. Going into the season, Burnley had lost two of their key players from last season (who contributed majorly to them avoiding relegation) in Michael Keane and Andre Gray to Everton and Watford, respectively. They were installed as the second most favourites to be

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