Q&A with Jan Hagen: What do we know about Victor Lindelöf?

Q&A with Jan Hagen: What do we know about Victor Lindelöf?

Two days before the much-awaited move of Victor Lindelöf to Manchester United was confirmed - I spoke to MSc candidate and freelance journalist/avid fan of Premeira Liga, Jan Hagen - whose work has been published in various news outlets like Metro UK, the official FIFA World Cup magazine, Sport Witness among other national and international media - about all things Lindelöf. You can follow him on twitter (@JanHagen) for all the latest transfer speculation, insight and quotes that dominate the …
Manchester United vs Celta Vigo Preview | Europa League Semi Final 2nd Leg

Manchester United vs Celta Vigo Preview | Europa League Semi Final 2nd Leg

On May 11th, Manchester United will welcome Celta Vigo to Old Trafford of their Europa League semi final.  After their 1-0 away win in the first leg, Manchester United sit in a commanding position and are poised to go to the final, but Celta Vigo will look to pull off the upset. Jose Mourinho has publicly said that he is focusing his attention on this competition, as he feels it is his teams best chance to get Champions League football. …
Manchester United Vs St. Etienne Preview | Europa League

Manchester United Vs St. Etienne Preview | Europa League

In general, English sides exhibit an unfavorable attitude towards the Europa League, as Tottenham Hotspurs on many occasions and Liverpool in a few seasons under Rodgers showed.  The teams have to play on Thursday night and then be ready for league football by Sunday afternoon or so. Last season, Liverpool seemed to prioritize Europa League over other commitments and while they reached the final of Europa League, they did suffer a bit in the Premier League standings. This season, at …
Five Positives From Jose Mourinho's time at United so far

Five Positives From Jose Mourinho's time at United so far

It has been a positive start for Manchester United in 2017, pretty much picking up from where they left off in an impressive December, after winning their 6th Premier League game in a row at the London Stadium - coming through the festive period with maximum points and a bundle of confidence and could now turn the focus on to the cup competitions at least for the next ten days before they lock horns with arch rivals Liverpool at Old …
Infographic: Premier League All-Star Copa America XI!

Infographic: Premier League All-Star Copa America XI!

Our friends at KickOff have provided us with an interesting infographic with their Premier League All-Star XI that will take part in the Copa America! Players from Arsenal, Everton, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea, Leicester City, Aston Villa and Tottenham feature! There are some stats included of each player's form from last season too! …
Complete Guide to Premier League Players in the Copa America Centennial

Complete Guide to Premier League Players in the Copa America Centennial

The centennial addition of the Copa America is set to kick off this week and it wouldn’t be an international football competition without a boatload of Premier League talents involved. So here is my complete guide to every Premier League player involved and what to expect from their countries. Argentina- Sergio Romero, Ramiro Funes Mori, Nicolas Otamendi, Marcos Rojo, Sergio Agüero, Erik Lamela. My early favorite to win the tournament after World Cup final and Copa America final appearances in …
Remembering When Teams Didn't Have Squad Numbers

Remembering When Teams Didn't Have Squad Numbers

I grew up in the 1980's where Football coverage was completely different to how it is now. For those of you old enough to remember the times before Sky and the Premier League, you will recall there was no Soccer Sunday, no expert analysis, no all seater stadiums and very few players from abroad (ignoring Jesper Olsen & Joel Sivebaek, anyway!). Yes Football in the 80's was on the up, but it was nothing like the financial monster it has …
Top Four Hopes Fade Away as United held to Another Draw at Home

Top Four Hopes Fade Away as United held to Another Draw at Home

It was a game of four quarters rather than two halves. United played the better football in the first ad final quarter while champions-elect Leicester City edging the other two. The visitors came to Old Trafford knowing a win would secure an historic title and one of world's most unbelievable sporting stories in recent memory. But Ranieri's men will have been the happier manager to return home with a point meaning only a win for Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge …
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