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Andriy Yarmolenko

Meet Andriy Yarmolenko, Borussia Dortmund’s replacement for Ousmane Dembele

On same day Ousmane Dembele was unveiled at Barcelona, Borussia Dortmund announced his potential replacement – Andriy Yarmolenko. Not the glamour signing many BVB fans may have hoped for, however, Yarmolenko may just slot seamlessly into the club’s scheme. Dortmund has overseen a massive of influx of wingers over the last couple of years. Marco Reus, […]

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premier league matchday 38 roundup

What Transfer Could Happen In The Premier League On Deadline Day?

The long-awaited transfer deadline day is finally here! By 11 pm today, the transfer window slams shut and clubs will have to make do with what they have at least until January. It’s that time when clubs become desperate and rumours are finally put to bed. Some mega deals are still to be completed; these […]

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Ross Barkley Must Make A Choice Today

In the next couple of hours, Ross Barkley must make a choice. He must choose between joining Tottenham Hotspur or Chelsea. Both clubs are bigger than his present club, Everton; still, one would be a better career choice for the England playmaker – which is? For a player who has been touted to reach the […]

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Done deals of the day- Fernando Llorente

How Fernando Llorente can improve Chelsea

Fernando Llorente is reportedly on his way to Chelsea from Swansea City. All things being equal, the 32-year-old should be a Blues player before the end of business on Thursday. An uninspiring addition as it may seem, Llorente could just be that final piece of the jigsaw in Antonio Conte’s attack. Cast your minds back […]

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Marcelo Bielsa

Marcelo Bielsa taking Lille backwards?

Marcelo Bielsa’s latest project at Lille is turning to an epic failure, four games into the French Ligue 1 season. The Great Danes find themselves in far worst position than they were prior to the Argentine’s arrival. LOSC hasn’t been the same since they won that famous double in 2011. Led by the charismatic Rudi […]

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Balde Keita

What AS Monaco can expect from Balde Keita

AS Monaco, Thursday, announced the signing of Balde Keita from Lazio. The Ligue 1 champions reportedly parted away with €30m (£27.8m) for the 22-year-old as they prepare for life without Kylian Mbappe. Keita’s arrival will almost immediately lighten the gloomy atmosphere at the Stade Louis II, dimmed by mysterious departures. Throughout the summer, Monaco fans […]

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wenger future

Arsene Wenger Finds Himself In Another Self-Created Quicksand

It’s quite a usual phenomenon to see Arsenal and Arsene Wenger start a season wobbling and fumbling. The 2017/18 campaign has been no different. With a scrappy win and two back to back Premier League defeats in the early days of the season, question-marks hovers glaringly above Mr Arsene Wenger; how does he get his […]

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Tottenham Hotspur

5 reasons why Tottenham will not win the Premier League this season.

In the past 2 seasons, Tottenham have finished runner-up to the Premier League winners. They’ve been branded as the ‘nearly’ team, the team that’s put pressure on the eventual winners without actually getting close. Many thought that this would be the season where Spurs finally reach the mount summit, instead, they won’t be getting any […]

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5 Reasons Why Gareth Bale Will Never Win The Balon d’Or

Ever since 2008, the Balon d’Or has been dominated by two great names; Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi. It’s an award that officially translates the opinions of the footballing public into an award. Once you receive it, you keep it forever and your name goes down in history amongst the greatest ever. Every footballer aspires […]

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Danny Drinkwater

Danny Drinkwater Set To Swap First Team Football For The Bench At Chelsea

It’s most likely that Danny Drinkwater will be a Chelsea player before the end of August. Drinkwater must be relishing the prospects of joining a bigger club. Still, the biggest consequence of that transfer is that the Leicester midfield maestro could just be securing himself a seat on the Chelsea bench. Whether Chelsea eventually pays […]

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