It is fair to say that Wolves have been simply excellent this season. With 2 wins and 3 draws in 8 matches against the top 6 six this season, the West Midlands side have set the stage alight in the most testing of ties. Taking these brilliant displays into account,
“You’ve got to be happy playing football, you’ve got to play with a smile on your face. If you don’t enjoy it you’re never going to reach your full potential. Just go hard at it every day, working hard and smiling.” - Harvey Barnes
Hardly the words you would expect from
At just 21 years of age, Marcus Rashford has proven in his short, but substantial career that he is the jewel in the crown of both Manchester United Football Club and English football. While his fellow compatriots are being heralded for featuring from time to time at big clubs, Rashford
2018-19 has been a spectacular season for Wolves so far. It’s rare that a team with a vision and ambition ends up working together so cohesively from the top all the way down to the bottom. The manager, the signings, the players, the coaches, the youth team, the board all
His opening games were Manchester United, Chelsea and Tottenham, where you are almost putting him to sink or swim and he certainly learnt to swim.” - Roy Hodgson on Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Injuries at right-back in February of 2018 meant Aaron Wan-Bissaka was rushed into the first team ahead of schedule against
Anfield under the lights, Merseyside Derby to boot. There are few bigger, more fiercer spectacles in football. Andre Gomes had headed the ball from a yard out and Alisson was out of position, the ball was trickling in and then, in the most dramatic fashion, in came the legs of
Written by Anaamaya Mishra
Competition – Premier League; Game week 24
Venue – St. James’ Park, Referee – Paul Tierney
Timings – Wednesday, 30th January, 20;00 PM GST;1:30 AM IST
Title challengers Manchester City travel to St. James’ Park to salvage three valuable points against 17th placed Newcastle United. It is the first time
Plagued with claims of the national team underperforming at the highest level for decades despite the hype, England have recently been rejuvenated by winning competitions in the lower age groups over the last two years. And when discussing about England's latest set of football prodigies coming through, it'd be hard
"Ademola Lookman is the present and future of Everton Football Club" - Marco Silva
Not something you’d hear from a Premier League Manager talking about a 21-year old youngster, especially if he’s just made 4 starts for Everton at that
We are kick off our first series -'Young Lions - The Future of English Football' with an in-depth look into Manchester City's Phil Foden, one of England 's brightest midfield talents. Resident writer Udhav Arora gives us a lowdown on the "Stockport Iniesta".
“Balance and a left foot you can’t believe” is
Liverpool have been in imperious form this season leading the premier league table by 4 points. A large portion of their success this season has to do with their watertight defence that has been impenetrable at times against almost all the Premier League teams. They have conceded a measly 13
Blackpool Football Club, the perfect metaphor for “How low can you go?” Let’s go back a few years, back to when Chelsea acquired the services of Fernando Torres from rivals, Liverpool. It’s 2010, Blackpool find themselves in the top flight for the first time in 39 years, after a thrilling
Six wins in six and Manchester United have sprung into life under Ole Gunnar Solskjær. José Mourinho’s sacking took place a bit too late if anything, but it was absolutely the right decision. In fact, irrespective of how United do this season under Solskjær, the call to bring him in
Academy graduate, fan favourite, most wanted international and now Premier League goalscorer. What a start to life in football for Declan Rice. Oh, and he’s just 20 years of age.
Is he destined for the top?
Born in London to English parents, you could be forgiven to feel somewhat angered by his pending