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Ander Herrera - Analysing Manchester United's complete midfielder

Ander Herrera - Analysing Manchester United's complete midfielder

Manchester United may be in 6th position, but they have showed signs of being a really good team in recent weeks. The general consensus is that they have the quality to finish in the top four and if they maintain their recent performance level, it should only be a matter of time before they start climbing the Premier League table. Jose Mourinho has found his strongest starting eleven and one key player for him this season has been Ander Herrera. …
Alex Iwobi's Metoric Rise

Alex Iwobi's Metoric Rise

In the last year Alex Iwobi has gone from reserve team star to an established Arsenal first teamer.  Making his Premier League debut on Halloween 2015, the 20 year old's stock has been on the rise ever since. This time last year Iwobi had played just over a minute of Premier League after making his league debut off the bench away to Swansea City.  A year on, he started for Arsenal at the Liberty Stadium and was a contender for man of the …
Will Spurs Prove Their Title Credentials Or Will Man City Drag Themselves Back Into Contention?

Will Spurs Prove Their Title Credentials Or Will Man City Drag Themselves Back Into Contention?

After finishing 4th in the EPL last year, Manchester City was ready to come in and take this year’s football betting season by storm. This vital game coming up on the weekend between Manchester City Vs Tottenham Hotspur with the result having big implications on the season ahead. If Spurs win the will prove that they are genuine title contenders this season and if they can learn from the mistakes they made last campaign they are in with a good …
Premier League Outspends The World

Premier League Outspends The World

If any online football betting fans had any questions regarding which football leagues dish out the most money, thanks to UEFA’s latest Benchmarking Report those concerns can be laid to rest. For several years now UEFA has been monitoring clubs’ expenditures with the UEFA Financial Fair Play Regulations. Football’s governing body set up these regulations in order to prevent franchisees from spending more than they earn in the pursuit of success, and ultimately getting themselves into financial problems. While the …
Mourinho's game management shone as United snatch draw

Mourinho's game management shone as United snatch draw

Manchester United and Liverpool played out a rather eventful 1-1 draw at Old Trafford, as James Milner first half penalty was cancelled out by Zlatan Ibrahimovic's deft header in a hotly contested affair between the North West giants. This meant that United's impressive seven game winning run in all competitions was snapped at the hands of Sunday's visitors but they still remain one of Europe's in form sides having gone unbeaten now in 16 games - the highest active unbeaten streak …
Reasons Why Sturridge Does Not Fit Into Klopp's League Plans

Reasons Why Sturridge Does Not Fit Into Klopp's League Plans

Daniel Sturridge believes he is the “best striker that Liverpool has” and submits it as his, might I say humble, “personal opinion”. He was quoted by Sky Sports prior to the Manchester United game on Sunday. Other than this one statement, he made a lot of right noises throughout the pretty long quote. In fact, he did say that Klopp was entitled to his own opinion and hence the team that he chooses and that Sturridge himself will always put …
Graham Taylor: A Loss To The Game

Graham Taylor: A Loss To The Game

Last week saw the death of the former Watford, Aston Villa and Wolves manager Graham Taylor at the age of 72. Tributes – some of them downright hypocritical from the very paper who lampooned him when he was England manager – poured in throughout the football world. He will be mourned as a loss to the game. Graham Taylor was born in Worksop in 1944 and began playing professional football in 1962. His playing career was nothing to write home …
EFL Cup success for United would send out a warning to league rivals

EFL Cup success for United would send out a warning to league rivals

Manchester United put down a statement on Tuesday evening when they swept past Hull with ease to record a 2-0 lead in the first leg of the EFL Cup semi-final. They just have to finish off the job later this month and then they will have secured a place in the final at Wembley. It will be the club's first opportunity to win silverware this season and more significantly, it could be Jose Mourinho's first chance to lift a trophy …
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