20 Dec 2017

Hodgson’s Simplified Football, Excellent Man-Management And Calm Nature A Big Factor In Recent Success

There are not many clubs in world football who could lose their first four games without scoring, subsequently sack the manager that was only appointed just a few months before, then proceed in replacing him with what many perceive to be an underwhelming choice. The new boss then goes on

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13 Dec 2017

Weapon Allegations A Bleak Reminiscence Of Criminalisation of Football Supporters

“A return to the dark days of football,” claimed Sussex Police Chief Inspector Simon Nelson. A suggestion so wild and exaggerated, yet not to mention completely untrue, that links an innocent majority of Palace fans that travelled to the Amex Stadium two weeks ago to football’s hooligan problem of the

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05 Dec 2017

New Managers And A Busy Winter Schedule Into Full Swing

The Premier League entered the final month of the year with two new managers and off the back of a full round of midweek fixtures. Sam Allardyce and Alan Pardew were announced as the new managers of Everton and West Bromwich Albion respectively, and the former got off to the

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28 Nov 2017

Super City Eight Points Clear While Bottom Half Remains Tight

Manchester City remain eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table but were forced to come from behind to earn their points against Huddersfield Town, while other clubs also piled on the pressure with victories over the weekend. The Citizens fell behind in first half added-time when

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21 Nov 2017

Goals Galore As City Continue To Shine While Pulis Suffers

Six of the ten fixtures in match week twelve of the Premier League featured three or more goals. The highest-scoring game was at Old Trafford where Manchester United came from behind to beat Newcastle United 4-1. Anthony Martial and Chris Smalling cancelled out Dwight Gayle’s goal in the first half,

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02 Nov 2017

Manchester Flexes Muscles At Premier League Summit

The Premier League entered its tenth week last weekend and battles at the top and bottom of the division are beginning to form. Two of the early season candidates to be involved in a relegation fight at the end of the season were involved in a thriller at Selhurst Park.

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27 Oct 2017

City Continue To Impress While Koeman Is Sacked

Manchester City moved five points clear at the top of the Premier League table as their unbeaten start continued into match week nine. The Citizens have breezed past almost everyone this season both domestically and in Europe, and their 3-0 victory against Burnley in their latest success moves them well

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21 Sep 2017

Manchester Duo Lead The Way In Premier League

The Premier League entered its fifth week at the weekend and the table is beginning to take shape with the two Manchester sides leading the way having both recorded big victories. Manchester City remarkably hit Watford for six as they smashed the Hornets at Vicarage Road. Sergio Aguero netted a

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14 Sep 2017

First Manager Casualty Just Four Weeks In

The new Premier League season may only be four weeks old but it already has its first managerial casualty. The top-flight has been a cemetery for managers in recent years but Frank de Boer will feel slightly unfortunate to be sacked by Crystal Palace after just four games. It seems

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31 Aug 2017

Controversy Rules Week Three While United Top The Table

The weekend oversaw the third week of the new Premier League season, the final round of fixtures before the maiden international break of the season. Manchester United are now the only club with a 100 percent record after they beat Leicester City. Marcus Rashford and Marouane Fellaini each scored late

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