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What We Learnt From Spurs’ Opening Day Victory Against Newcastle

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

Manchester City Fire Early Title Warning Shots After Resounding Win Over Arsenal

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It was business as usual for Manchester City as they swatted away a lacklustre Arsenal side in a solid, if not spectacular 2-0 victory at the Emirates. While an acid test of the magnitude of facing the Premier League’s one and only centurions is daunting enough, the newly appointed Unai Emery’s

Luke Shaw Bags First Senior Goal As United Win Season Opener

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It was a night to remember for Luke Shaw as he netted his first professional goal in his 137th senior career appearance and helped United overcome a stubborn Leicester side who dominated proceedings for large periods of the game. Paul Pogba, Andres Pereira and Eric Bailly were the other standout performers

Back to the Future: Newcastle United Season Preview 2018-19

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It’s the summer transfer period and Newcastle United have just added the world’s most expensive player to the squad that finished second in the Premier League last season. For all those whose memories don’t stretch back as far as the mid-90s, that sentence is not fiction. In July 1996, ahead of

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

Jürgen Klopp: The Man Steadying The Ship at Anfield

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Liverpool was the club to watch out for during the 70s and 80s when legends Bill Shankly and Bob Paisley led the club to 11 League titles and seven European trophies. However, to the dismay of the supporters, the club was unable to find a figure who could lead the

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