All posts by Kingsley

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Wembley Still Too Much For Spurs

At this juncture, there’s no denying the fact that the Wembley, still, isn’t a hunting ground for Tottenham Hotspur. Five Premier League games in and just one goal scored by man in a Spurs shirt at the new Wembley. Mauricio Pochettino’s men continue to suffer the effect of making an unfamiliar ground their home. In […]

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Liverpool FC – A Club In An Early Season Crisis

The Reds started the season in impressive fashion but things have gone from bad to worse since then. Liverpool have hit alarming levels of inconsistency and are now in a precarious free fall that could ruin their season before it’s even started. The cracks could be seen as early as the first game of the […]

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Manchester City’s Ilkay Gundogan – Bedeviled By Too Many Injuries

Easily one of the most talented midfielders in Europe. Sharp, fast, skillful and with a remarkable eye for goal, Ilkay Gundogan is a gem in midfield. But this highly-talented midfielder cannot be relied upon; no question about his talent or professional behavior, it’s about his ability to maintain match fitness. When Pep Guardiola took over […]

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How Best Can Arsenal Qualify For The Champions League Next Season

Arsenal started their Europa League campaign in exquisite fashion; convincingly easing past German side, FC Köln. With another tough battle for next season’s Champions League qualification set to ensue in England, how best will Arsenal secure themselves a spot among Europe’s elite next term? Qualifying for a European competition is one of the ultimate target […]

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Paulo Dybala Remains One Of The World’s Best

Paulo Dybala – the man, the myth, the legend! Boy he’s really unplayable. Day by day, the diminutive Argentine is becoming to the Serie A what Lionel Messi is to La Liga. Still in his early twenties, the world at his feet, it’s about time we acknowledge one of toughest opponents a footballer could ever […]

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Davide Zappacosta: Should Victor Moses Lose Sleep Over Him?

A far cry from the man who was constantly being loaned out to get regular playing time, Victor Moses made the right-wingback position his birthright last term under Antonio Conte. But that was largely due to the fact that he had no competition for that position. Following the acquisition of an another proficient right-wingback, does […]

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Club Owners Impatience Shown In Frank de Boer’s Sacking

Following Frank De Boer sacking, the Dutch tactician has become the first managerial casualty of the season. Fired after just five games, 77 days into his new job; the firing of the former Ajax manager elucidates the sickening impatience of modern-day club owners. Usually, in the political sphere, public office holders call for an assessment […]

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Ander Herrera

Ander Herrera Needs More Playing Time Under Mourinho

He was so phenomenal last season, named Sir Matt Busby Player of the Year for 2016. But a new season has brought new fortunes for Ander Herrera. The Spaniard now finds himself slipping into the fringes at Manchester United. Ander Herrera has done enough to get more playing time under Jose Mourinho. One of the […]

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Will Paris Saint-German Get Sanctioned By UEFA?

Following the insane money they spent in bringing Neymar Junior to Paris, French giant, Paris Saint-Germain is set to be investigated by UEFA for a suspected breach of Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations. Will PSG escape a UEFA sanction, or will the football governing body find irregularities with the Parisians? Since the turn of the […]

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Wilfred Bony Back Where He Started In The Premier League

In 2014, Wilfred Bony set the Premier League alight with his tenacity, skill and goalscoring prowess. He ended the year as the most prolific striker in the division and earned himself a lucrative move to the Premier League crème de la crème. Two years on, Wilfred Bony is back where he started. When Wilfred Bony […]

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