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- Ibriana Jones: Red Devils of the Lost Ark!
- Chelsea set to win Title at a Kante!
- Leicester face tough choices as losses compile
- The Year of the Roo-ster!
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- MOTD: Ibrahimovic salvages United point against Liverpool
All posts tagged "England"
Schweinsteiger the first casualty in Mourinho’s Manchester United reign
Jose Mourinho was brought to the helm at Manchester United to make sweeping changes. That he is doing, for certain, and ruffling more than a few feathers in the process. As is typical Mourinho style, the Portuguese...
- Posted August 6, 2016
Sheyi Ojo making his case for first-team breakthrough with Liverpool
Jürgen Klopp is as gregarious a character as they come among football’s leading managerial figures. The British press are a rather competitive bunch to say the least, but Klopp maintains an open forum with reporters and can largely...
- Posted July 31, 2016
Sunderland Squad are now Moyes’ Boys!
David Moyes has been appointed Sunderland manager on a four-year deal to replace new England coach Sam Allardyce at the Stadium of Light. The fifty-three-year-old manager had been out of work since being sacked by Spanish side...
- Posted July 26, 2016
Nice for Allardyce, but no Brucie Bonus!
Former Hull City manager Steve Bruce failed to Play his Cards Right at the KC Stadium as there will now be no Brucie Bonus for him this year following his resignation as the Tigers boss. Despite gaining...
- Posted July 24, 2016
Conte states intent to rejuvenate Costa
Chelsea’s new manager Antonio Conte has already been active in the summer transfer market as he seeks to put his distinctive spin on the Blues’ squad. Chelsea have spent over £60 million to sign Marseille forward Michy...
- Posted July 21, 2016
Guardiola outnumbered in Premier League managerial battle
When Pep Guardiola managed in La Liga, Jose Mourinho was his arch nemesis. When Guardiola managed in the Bundesliga, Jürgen Klopp was his biggest rival. If Guardiola had ever coached in Serie A, Antonio Conte would have...
- Posted July 17, 2016
Who is Ahmed Musa, Leicester City’s record signing?
Having captured the Premier League title with a collection of astutely assembled journeymen, Leicester City’s transfer business this summer will be watched with keen eyes all over the world. Though the club were relatively quiet in June (presumably...
- Posted July 6, 2016
Koeman exit stirs unrest where Southampton least expected but Saints will rebound
Coach Ronald Koeman’s abrupt exit to Everton will leave lingering feelings of resentment at Southampton but the Saints will come to embrace the change as always. Life in the Premier League is unforgiving, which is exactly why...
- Posted June 7, 2016
Rashford’s Rise: To the Euros and Beyond
In just three months, Marcus Rashford has risen from the youth team ranks at Manchester United to the front line of the England national team, all while studying for his A-Levels. In the first installment of our...
- Posted May 30, 2016
Rashford’s Rise: A Barnstorming Debut
In just three months, Marcus Rashford has risen from the youth team ranks at Manchester United to the front line of the England national team, all while studying for his A-Levels. In our multi-part perspective on his...
- Posted May 30, 2016