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

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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 in and around the team was overwhelmingly positive, acting as a catalyst to England's best World Cup finish since 1990. The semi-final defeat to Croatia was hard

Who is Liverpool’s best player at the moment?

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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 sit 2 points clear of the favourites Manchester City. Resuming their stellar runs from the back end of last season, these two sides are far

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 than proving their worth in the Premier League this season, while Chelsea’s returning youngster Mason Mount almost represents a brand new recruit for the Blues.

Impact of VAR on the Premier League so far

Although the VAR system has already been used in European leagues, the Champions League, the FA Cup, and the Women’s World Cup, this is the first season that VAR will be fully implemented in the Premier League. After two weeks, there have already been several controversial decisions and high-profile calls

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

We need to talk about Everton

Written by Anaamaya Mishra  With less than a week to go for the reintroduction of the Premier League, fans and pundits alike have started dishing out their pre-season predictions. With 98 and 97 points in the league respectively for Manchester City and Liverpool last season, choosing between either of the two

The Reds are coming – Liverpool FC Season Preview

Written by Shaurya Singhi The Reds of old are back. The massive European nights, the roaring stands, the passionate, exciting football, the unbelievable fairytales, and club football’s most coveted trophy. All of them are back where they belong. This rejuvenated Liverpool side – galvanized by an insanely zealous Jürgen Klopp -

Petr Cech – The Czech with gloves of gold

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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 success despite significant changes at the helm. Earlier this summer window, The Blues of London welcomed back an old favourite amidst their ranks in the

Knocking on the door – Potential challengers to the Big 6

By Kabir Ali Leicester City’s remarkable Premier League title win back in 2016 wasn’t just a footballing miracle, but a modern-day fairytale that transcends sport itself. The fact that at 5000/1, odds were shorter on Kim Kardashian becoming President and Elvis being spotted alive; showing the staggering scale of their success.

Frank Lampard – Keys to Survival in 2019/20

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After weeks of wildfire rumour, Frank Lampard finally landed his dream career move, making the leap from Derby to Chelsea after just one full season as a manager of an English club. In doing so, the Chelsea legend swaps wet weekday outings to Millwall for the bright lights of the Bernabeu

Premier League – Pre Season Odds

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The Premier League gave us a lot of entertainment in 2018/19, with arguably two of the best teams in the division’s history being separated by just one point after 38 games. Expect an equally exciting 19/20 season with a number of other teams likely to spend big to close the gap

The growing stench at The Emirates

By Gaurav Partap Singh | Edited by Kabir Ali For Arsenal fans, the Europa League final at Baku was an all too familiar sight. Seeing their attractive football and determination push them for so long, only to fall short of the finish line. Serial Europa League winner Unai Emery was left

Who will win the Premier League next season?

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With the Champion's League Final out of the way, fans are looking to the start of next season's English Premier League with anticipation and excitement. The Premier League is one of the most-watched football tournaments around the world, and one that provides many opportunities for placing a wager on the

Manchester United Season Report | 2018/2019

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Season Summary In one of the most forgettable FA Cup Finals in recent years, Antonio Conte parted ways with Chelsea. He delivered them a trophy, courtesy of poor defending from Phil Jones, and a lack of any cutting edge up front. United fans left frustrated, angry and vexed. They had just

João Félix – So much, in such less time

Breakthrough Season It is no secret that the Portuguese Liga NOS has been the breeding league for many a player to earn a big move to a club belonging to Europe’s top five leagues, and like any other year, there seems to be another star in the making. His name, João

Chris Wilder – Still I rise

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Hrishikesh Dabir looks back at Chris Wilder's enormous impact on Sheffield United and the tactics that lay the foundations for a promotion into the Premier League. Apart from being a poem written by Maya Angelou and also the words tattooed on the back of 5 time Formula 1 world champion Lewis

Can Liverpool end 7 year Chelsea hoodoo at Anfield?

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The Premier League nears the end of yet another enthralling season, with everything on the line. The Chelsea Liverpool game encapsulates this last-minute rush for all things memorable. Liverpool are chasing a first Premier League title while Sarri’s Chelsea gun for that precious Champions League spot. Chelsea, whose manager seems

Premier League Match Preview – Liverpool v Tottenham Hotspur

Competition: Premier League, matchday 32 Referee: Martin Atinkson Venue: Anfield Timings: Sunday, 31 March. 3:30 PM (UTC), 9 PM (IST), 11:30 AM (EST) Tottenham Hotspur travel to the red side of Merseyside to face Liverpool in what could be a decisive match for both teams in the Premier League. Jürgen Klopp's men lost their top

The ride ahead, with Ole at the wheel

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It has been some six years since Sir Alex bid adieu to Manchester United. He left a winner, with a project spanning two and a half decades culminating at the top of British football. In the six years since, United have fumbled like a man in the dark, experimenting with

FPL – Optimizing the Free hit chip for double GW32

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DGW32 is almost upon us and most managers have been waiting forever to use arguably the most powerful chip in the game, the Free Hit which gives you the ability to make unlimited transfers that are reflected only for that particular game week. So today, with the International break drawing to

Ruud Gullit: The Dutchman for the Blues

Written by Sneha Das When Ruud Gullit was appointed player-manager at the West London club, after a season-long of highs and lows with Glenn Hoddle, the hubbub had not been one about the Dutchman’s credibility. It was the first managerial venture for the Ballon d’Or winner. A year back he’d joined

James Maddison, a combination of exuberance and elegance

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His birth certificate might say he is twenty-two years old, but James Maddison still doesn’t look old enough to buy his own scratch cards. You probably wouldn’t blink if he was running around on a school playground, smashing balls into imaginary nets during his lunch break. Despite his youthful appearance, Maddison

Ander Herrera – United’s captain without the armband

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When people look at Manchester United, they expect world class players to dominate proceedings, be it in England or at the summit of European football. People associate the club with legends like David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Eric Cantona, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and so on. And now with

Big Match Preview – Manchester United vs Liverpool

Written by - Anirudh Madhavan and Kabir Ali With 89 major titles, 201 games and a history that transcends football between them, this, the biggest game in English football, hardly ever requires a back story. But Liverpool’s fall from the summit in the Premier League era and Manchester United’s relative struggles

Potential casualties of the top 4 battle

How and why did things get so difficult for Sarri and Emery? The pressure at the top of the Premier League to achieve instant results and progress is at an all-time high; the price for failure to provide this has major financial implications which in turn affects what happens on the

Young Lions – Harvey Barnes

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“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

Young Lions – Marcus Rashford

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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

Young Lions – Morgan Gibbs-White

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

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