Certain moments in football lend themselves to immortality on highlight reels when they occur. At Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson, those instances were never too far away. Even so, this piece of play remains fresh in the head. In late October 2008, West Ham arrived at Old Trafford to
EADF is back with another monthly recap of the English Premier League.
Club supporters can put the final international break of 2018 behind them, and turn the footballing world’s attention back onto domestic football and the leagues they follow.
Due to the interruption of the recent UEFA Nations League and
The international break is over! What many football fans see as a nuisance during domestic seasons, due to its disruptive nature and risk of injury to players is now behind us and we can once again relish the best that the Premier League has to offer. A break from club
It is the dream of every player to stand in the tunnel of their home stadium and listen to an atmosphere steadily reaching fever pitch, to walk out onto the pitch, and feel the support of their fans with every tackle, sprint, pass and goal. Football is a working-class sport;
As managerial stalwarts in Jose Mourinho and Mauricio Pochettino dust themselves off and marshal their troops after succumbing to torrid periods in the transfer market, there lies a blinding aura of chaotic uncertainty within both camps.
With executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and the Manchester United hierarchy prioritizing securing sponsorship deals
Two well-crafted first-half goals with some genius intervention from goal-line technology handed Spurs an opening match win for the second season running versus Newcastle (Spurs def. Newcastle 2 – 0 in last season’s opener). Here we discuss all the takeaways from the game.
Let’s talk Goals!
Jan Vertonghen had a great header
Every single Tottenham fan will be wondering how they managed to capitulate the way they did last night. A match which they started very positively eventually turned out to be a depressing affair for the men from North London. Anirudh breaks down what went wrong and why Allegri's men came
Somewhere in the middle of the first half of the season ,it can be said that the very foundation has been set for the plot to unfold.Manchester City are pulling away and there are ominous signs for the others in the top-6. With the Terriers pulling out a shocker and
So, the rest of the division, whether it be United investing in Lukaku, Arsenal in Lacazette or Chelsea going for Morata, have all looked to upgrade their strike force. Tottenham Hotspur however, haven’t even showed a glimmer of interest in any main man up top, because of a certain Harry
A rivalry that spans more than a century, 104 years to be precise, one of English football’s biggest rivalries started in 1913 when Arsenal, then called Woolwich Arsenal moved to Highbury, a stadium built just four miles away from Tottenham’s White Hart Lane. Over the years, this rivalry has seen