Reminiscing Over the Best Centre-Back Partnerships

Reminiscing Over the Best Centre-Back Partnerships

When Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand were in the middle of Manchester United’s defence, there was no way through. The Premier League has been blessed with some glorious centre-back partnerships in recent times but in the current league, there’s not many who can match the strength of the old pairings. Tottenham’s defence are a rare celebration but where have all the centre-back partnerships gone? Here’s a reminder of some of the best we’ve had. Rio Ferdinand and Nemanja Vidic The …
2015-16 Premier League Season Review: Part One

2015-16 Premier League Season Review: Part One

Some people believe the 2015-16 Premier League season was one of the greatest in history. In truth, it was one of the worst in terms of quality but the fairytale story which followed Leicester City to being crowned the league champions has been one of the greatest achievements in the history of English football. Nothing would surpass the highlight of the Foxes lifting the Premier League trophy but there’s been plenty of let downs, big money transfers, manager sackings and …
Arsenal v Aston Villa Preview | Team New, Stats & Key Men

Arsenal v Aston Villa Preview | Team New, Stats & Key Men

On May 15th, Aston Villa travel to the Emirates Stadium for their last Premier League match for at least a year.  Villa have already been relegated from the Premier League for the first time in their history.  With only three wins and 17 points from their first 37 games, Villa are in serious danger of being the first team not to reach 20 points since Portsmouth in 2009/2010. In terms of league position, Arsenal are playing for whether they'll finish …
Liverpool should not miss out on Jordan Amavi the second time

Liverpool should not miss out on Jordan Amavi the second time

French youth international Jordan Amavi’s agent is currently negotiating with Aston Villa about the player’s future at the club, according to the reliable Get French Football News . It is almost clear that the youngster wants to leave the relegated club at the end of the season which will come as a massive blow to the side, but given their horrific season, the club hierarchy as well as the fans will be prepared for such news. Amavi joined the Midlanders …
Another Rashford Inspired Win for United

Another Rashford Inspired Win for United

Another goal which turned out to be mightily important for Manchester United from Marcus Rashford sealed maximum points against what is arguably the worst side the Premier League has seen in years. It was an amazingly drab affair with chances at a premium but that is something the fans should have seen coming in a game between two of the least proficient sides in terms of chance creation in the league. United, at the end of the day, got the …
The Relegation Battle: Five Weeks Left | Infographics

The Relegation Battle: Five Weeks Left | Infographics

With only weeks of football left, for the bottom five clubs in the Premier League it has all come down to this. Some have their hopes of survival hanging by a thread - and some slimmer than that - whilst others are looking up the table rather than down. Either way, it looks likely that three of Crystal Palace, Norwich City, Sunderland, Newcastle United and Aston Villa will go down, and they have six or fewer games in which to …
Is Social Media Good for Football?

Is Social Media Good for Football?

Liverpool defender Dejan Lovren closed down his Twitter and Instagram account because of the reputed abuse he was getting from Southampton fans (after Southampton's 3-2 win over Liverpool). Christiano Ronaldo revealed this week he has 200 million followers on social media. The Liverpool owner John W Henry stepped away from his Twitter account between 24th April and 18th November 2015, largely due to the over whelming demands for Brendan Rodgers to be replaced as manager of Liverpool. Numerous football club …
Brexit - Would it be Positive for the England Football Side?

Brexit - Would it be Positive for the England Football Side?

The country is building towards one of the most important referendums in recent history. The political landscape would change significantly if the Brexit campaign is successful and Britain does leave the European Union. An interesting article from the BBC looks into how an EU exit would affect the Premier League and it makes for concerning reading for the those that run the league. It would see over 100 Premier League players lose the right to play in England, as players from …
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