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Like a glove – Transfers that would benefit players and clubs alike

Written by Udhav Arora The days of the summer transfer window of 2019 are winding down and there's a lot that can and should happen. El Arte del Futbol takes a closer look at the transfers that are sensible for all parties involved and should go through before the window shuts.

Squad depth supreme – Manchester City and their staggering bench strength

Written by Peter Lynch It’s a well-known fact that Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City boast the strongest squad in the Premier League, with perhaps only Real Madrid and Barcelona only slightly ahead of them in the entirety of European football. The Spanish giants both invested heavily in a busy summer of restructuring,

Tottenham have finally splashed the cash to bolster their troops, is this their year for glory?

spurs season

Written by Adibir Singh Tottenham have just come off the back of one of their most successful seasons in recent history. Albeit without any silverware, Mauricio Pochettino’s side has made innumerable progress from when the Argentinian first took over in May 2014. A hard-fought 4th place finish and a memorable Champions League

Making Moves – The 10 most promising transfers of the Premier League this summer

Making Moves – The 10 Most Promising Transfers Of The Premier League This Summer

Written by Shaurya Singhi As the English window comes to a close, we take a look at the most promising transfers of the summer. This list includes incredibly talented players who we believe have the potential to change the course of the season - from causing upsets to winning titles. From

The understated value of the modern winger

Written by Tiki Taka Style Unpredictable forces, wizards of the dribble, electricity personified. Wingers have traditionally been seen as a lovable commodity and the primary source of entertainment for football romantics. A museum piece. Capable of lifting thousands of fans from their seats and making the whole crowd roar with a

A deep dive into football’s affinity with versatility


Written by Srinivas Sadhanand Not many would be better attested to paying an ode to the power of versatility in football than Ryan Bertrand. In the wake of the seasoned Florent Malouda’s hamstring strain against Blackburn Rovers, the then Chelsea sensation was thrown in at the deep end of debuting in