Opinion

Leicester City

Leicester’s resurgence – Three years since the miracle

Prior to the start of the 2019/20 Premier League season, there was a lot of chatter about the 4 teams that made the top half

Liverpool vs Manchester City – Super Sunday Battle at Anfield

Two heavyweights of English football face-off in what promises to be a titanic match at Anfield. Here is Srivaths with the Big Match Preview. When one

Milan

The downfall of a European giant – AC Milan

This is a story of a football team that once was an absolute giant. AC Milan were the poster child in Serie A and UEFA

social media abuse xhaka

An on-going problem faced by footballers – Abuse on social media

Only a month into being assigned as the captain of Arsenal by manager Unai Emery, it appears that Granit Xhaka’s time at Arsenal will soon

Unai Emery’s Arsenal is a ticking time bomb….and it’s about to go off!

You could almost smell the gun powder in the air at the Emirates last Sunday, with the Arsenal faithful on the brink of an explosion,

lloris poker

Concentration In Football – Lessons footballers could learn from Poker Pros

The Premier League season in England has undoubtedly got off to a scintillating start, with Liverpool justifying much of buzz and hype surrounding them by

Bernabeu

Do teams still fear playing at the Bernabeu?

Written by Enzo Karema The fortress which is home to 13 Champions League titles, 33 La Liga titles and several other titles won by the club

Solskjær

Replacing Solskjær will not solve any issues at Manchester United

Written by Anirudh Eswaran In the week post the harrowing loss to West Ham and an uninspiring performance against Rochdale, the pressure has slowly ramped on

Manchester

City’s transfer approach and the effect it had on its overplayed defensive woes

Written by Anaamaya Mishra Manchester City's modus operandi vis-a-vis their transfer business indicates that they have shot themselves in the foot, now more than ever. After

Atalanta

As easy as ABC; flying the European flag for Italy

Football is back, and more importantly, so is the Champions League. Liverpool’s loss at Napoli and Chelsea’s Valencia setback have already given the English sides

It’s time for international referees

Written by Abheek Dasgupta While Video Assistant Referee, or VAR, has been introduced into the game in order to eliminate poor refereeing decisions when it comes

club

The curse of the high wage

(Photo by ODD ANDERSEN/AFP/Getty Images) | Written by Abheek Dasgupta In the last decade, there has been massive inflation in the football market. A hundred million

England

Are England’s Jewels gleaming ahead of the 2020 Euros?

There can be no denying that the 2018 World Cup saw a tremendous change in attitude from England after a disastrous Euro 2016. The atmosphere

Conte

Antonio Conte and Inter’s next step

Written by Hrishikesh Dabir Ever since Jose Mourinho led the blue half of Milan to European glory, the club has hit a stagnant point in their

Wolves - Hunt or Be Hunted

Wolves – Hunt or Be Hunted

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More Premier League teams should consider scouting the EFL Championship for talent

Written by Varun Kumar Given the modern-day football market, where prospective players are primarily picked and transferred only between the top leagues of Europe, often, is

Liverpool

Who is Liverpool’s best player at the moment?

Liverpool have had a good start to the Premier League season. The only team within English football with a perfect record four games in, they

High Risk, High Reward? The Liverpool Defensive Line Debate

They say start as you mean to go on, and no one currently understands the importance of that more than Liverpool. The only remaining side

The big three of La Liga: who's most likely to win the title?

The big three of La Liga: who’s most likely to win the title?

When it comes to Spanish La Liga odds, it’s becoming all too predictable to wager who will win the division. The big three of Atlético

Football without borders – Advocating foreign fans’ predicament

Written by Anaamaya Mishra Since the conception of the Football League First Division in 1888, the clubs' major source of income was ticket sales. The method

Player Profiles

McGinn

John McGinn – The only way is up

You could be forgiven for not even knowing who he was just a couple of years ago, but it’s safe to say that John McGinn

Ansu Fati – Making an impression

“He’s pure anarchy when he plays, and you need to give these kinds of talents liberty, not hide them out wide – they need to

Billy Sharp – The Blades’ own Forged Talisman

Written by Varun Kumar The story of the 33-year old Sheffield born striker is one in a million. From being called “The Fat Boy from Sheffield”

Bits and pieces of sheer brilliance – The Robert Lewandowski story

Robert Lewandowski’s name is synonymous with the Bavarian giants. The moment you think of Bayern Munich, Robert Lewandowski’s name is bound to pop up. He

Kieran Tierney – Worth the wait

Several summer signings have already made an impact at their new clubs, with the likes of Sebastian Haller, Daniel James, and Tyrone Mings already more

Wesley Moraes – The latest Brazilian warrior to embrace the Premier League

Written by Uttiyo Sarkar The summer of 2019 in the Premier League will fondly be remembered as one in which Aston Villa truly proved their financial

mario balotelli

Ebbs & Flows – The life and career of Mario Balotelli

Written by Aaryan Parasnis Mario Balotelli: Or can we call him football’s very own Mr. Mischief? The Great Italian striker that never was? He has come

Pulisic

The American Wunderkind – Christian Pulisic’s rise to stardom

Written by Aniket Kar  “He is a proper player. He can play football.” - Belgian winger Eden Hazard on Christian Pulisic.  Chelsea’s recent acquisition of Pulisic was

 Junior Firpo – The missing piece in the Blaugrana puzzle

Written by Aaryan Parasnis FC Barcelona have a rich history of talented and accomplished fullbacks. Ever since the dawn of ‘Juego de posicion’, Barça’s fullbacks have

“A choice that came from the heart” – Why Radja Nainggolan chose to come back to Cagliari

"A choice that came from the heart." These were the words spoken by Radja Nainggolan when asked about his come back to his former team, Cagliari.

In a summer of hits, was selling Abdou Diallo a miss?

Written by Srinivas Sadhanand Borussia Dortmund’s perennial underdog status has managed to soften even the most stone-hearted skeptics into falling head over heels for football’s resident

Maguire

Another Brick in the Wall – What will Harry Maguire bring to this United side?

Written by Anirudh Madhavan Doom and gloom A swirling air of doom and gloom seemed to pervade the hallowed corridors of Old Trafford at the end of

lindelof

From a defensive liability to United’s rock at the back – Victor Lindelof has matured leaps and bounds

By Utkarsh Gokhale Heading into the 2017/2018 season, United were desperate to strengthen the backline with some quality additions. Their CEO, Ed Woodward had assured fans

van dijk

Where Virgil van Dijk first made a real impression

What a couple of seasons it’s been for Virgil van Dijk. The colossal center-back has been outstanding for Liverpool ever since his arrival from Southampton

aguero goal

The feint that changed everything – Manchester City, Aguero and that Goal

Written by Ayushnav Sarker Background In the complex and often murky world of financial markets, there are what is called ‘Black Swan’ events every few years. Events

Cech

Petr Cech – The Czech with gloves of gold

By Ninad Barbadikar The Premier League is an ever-changing landscape and out of all the clubs, Chelsea is probably the one club that has enjoyed considerable

Matthijs de Ligt’s incredible journey to Juventus

Juventus have pulled off the transfer coup of the summer by signing Dutch wunderkind Matthijs de Ligt from Ajax in a €75million deal. The 19-year-old

Jordan Henderson – Captain. Leader of Men. Liverpool Legend?

By Ganapathi Ramanathan | O,Captain! My Captain! | 2018 Jordan Henderson is by far the biggest paradox to have existed in Liverpool Football Club. Never in the

Looking back at Luis Suárez’s time at the Kop

by Yusuf Rehman Luis Alberto Suárez was born in the Uruguayan city of Salto. From a very young age, he was fixated with football. When Suárez

Gareth Bale Real Madrid Exit imminent

Gareth Bale; how has it come to this?

By Peter Lynch Utterly disrespectful or just the way it goes? Whatever side of the Gareth Bale divide you’re on, only he will know exactly what

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