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olivier Giroud can plan b ever be plan a

Olivier Giroud – Can Plan B Ever Be Plan A

When Robin van Persie moved to Manchester United in 2012, Arsène Wenger opted not to replace him with one player but two. Lukas Podolski, the experienced German international, arrived from 1FC Koln and Olivier Giroud, a title-winner from Montpellier. Podolski, a wide striker as opposed to a winger, settled the quicker of the two, with Giroud […]

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Kostafi - The Key To Arsenal's Title Hopes

Kostafi – The Key To Arsenal’s Title Hopes

As the summer progressed, frustrations among the Arsenal supporters with the lack of cover for the central defenders. The club signed Rob Holding, a promising 20 year-old from Bolton Wanderers but he was one for the future. Experience wasn’t thin on the ground but numbers were. Per Mertesacker was already ruled out for six months following […]

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Liverpool – Bright Future or False Dawn?

Liverpool – Bright Future or False Dawn?

When Alan Hansen lifted the Football League championship trophy above his head in 1990, nobody inside or outside of Anfield believed it was the last time a Liverpool captain would do so. During the previous twenty years, the club had finished outside of the top two on three occasions, outside the top three just twice. It […]

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Premier league Golden Boot

Top Contenders for the EPL Golden Boot

We’re seven games into the Premier League, and heaps of goals have already been scored. Some players haven’t hit the ground running yet, but the league’s elite goalscorers have already begun to hit the back of the net. Let’s take a look at the top contenders for the golden boot awardSergio AgueroYou can’t have a top […]

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manchester united won't win the league

Four reasons Manchester United Won’t Win the League

Manchester United faces a potential nose dive down the League table if Mourinho fails to get the team back on track. There was a massive media frenzy surrounding the Red Devils at the start of the season, primarily due to Mourinho’s arrival and his rivalry with Guardiola in what was perceived to be “the battle of […]

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What Chelsea consider signing in Jan

Three Players Conte Should Consider Signing In January

Before the start of the season, Chelsea was viewed by many as one of the front-runners for the title following Conte’s arrival. The Italian manager is well known in the football world for his tactical masterclass amongst other things. Seven games into the season, Chelsea doesn’t seem like a clear-cut title contender anymore. The team’s inconsistency […]

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Pochettino Can Lead Spurs

Pochettino Can Lead Spurs to Premier League Glory

Mauricio Pochettino led Spurs into the top four last season. The North London outfit was on course to clinch the title, but Leicester beat them to it and things seemed to go downhill from there.Tottenham is seemingly giving the title another go this term. They’ve gotten off to a flying start in the League, and […]

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Ibrahimovic in decline

Is Ibrahimovic in Decline Mode ??

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is a name which is feared amongst many sets of football fans and players alike. Ibra has previously plied his trade in the Ligue 1, Serie A and the La Liga but now he’s keen on leaving his mark in the Premier League.His arrival at Manchester United created a basis for different opinions […]

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Alex Iwobi - The Man With The Golden Gun

Alex Iwobi – The Man With The Golden Gun

Alex Iwobi arrived on the Arsenal scene with a weight of expectations on his shoulders. There was a buzz around his name, in the same way, that heralded the arrivals of Cesc Fabregas and Jack Wilshere. Arsenal had once again got their hands on a burgeoning talent, a player who could set the Premier League […]

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West Ham United

West Ham United Season So Far – Temporary Blip or Downward Spiral

On 20th June 2016, David Sullivan proclaimed that West Ham United “start the campaign with the aim of winning the Premier League.” Three months later and the goal he admitted was unlikely to happen, has changed: Premier League survival is the Hammers top priority. Five defeats in their six league matches so far, with sixteen […]

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