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Arturo Vidal: The Final Piece In Wenger’s jigsaw?

Arturo Vidal: The Final Piece In Wenger’s jigsaw?

Ten years of transfer activity failed to pay dividends for Arsenal manager, Arsene Wenger, in the search to replace talismanic midfield enforcer Patrick Vieira. Club legend Vieira helped his side to an array of title and cup wins, and the player was a driving force behind the famous ‘Invincibles’ of the 2003-04 campaign. Wenger has attempted to fill the void with a number of recruits, all to no avail, but recent reports suggest that the Arsenal boss may finally have …
Has Adam Matthews developed enough to be considered a starter?

Has Adam Matthews developed enough to be considered a starter?

After completing a move to 46-time Scottish Champions, Celtic, from boyhood club, Cardiff City, Matthews has achieved unprecedented success with his current side. League titles and cup glory have come in abundance, and Matthews’ trophy cabinet would very much be the envy of many of his fellow pros. However, what makes the players achievements more astonishing is the fact that he is only 23 years of age. To boast such an impressive haul of medals at such a young age …
Yannick Carrasco: Belgian Whizz Kid Linked To EPL

Yannick Carrasco: Belgian Whizz Kid Linked To EPL

There is no denying that Belgian football is in the midst of a golden generation. World class talent from back to front, including reigning Barclays Premier League Player of the Season Eden Hazard, the relatively small European nation of only 11 million people has reached the dizzying heights of second in the FIFA world rankings, mixing it with the traditional footballing powerhouses of Germany and Argentina. The Belgian national division is rated as the tenth best in Europe, and this …
André Ayew: Why did the ‘Big Boys’ not Swoop?

André Ayew: Why did the ‘Big Boys’ not Swoop?

When Swansea City announced the permanent appointment of former player Garry Monk as their new head coach in February 2014, the general consensus was that the young manager would be gone by the end of the season. Fast forward to the end of the following season, and Swans fans can look back upon a season in which their side recorded a club record Premier League finish, despite the loss of talismanic striker Wilfried Bony to Manchester City for another club …
Can Moussa Dembélé Revitalise His Career At A Bigger Club?

Can Moussa Dembélé Revitalise His Career At A Bigger Club?

‘This is his chance to revitalise his career’ A phrase commonly adopted by fans and pundits alike, the notion represents an opportunity for a player to re-establish himself at a new club, and once again showcase the talent that had previously promised so much. The most common perception is that of a move to a smaller club, which for many of those plying their trade in England often applies to the dropping down of a division. However on the odd …
Where will Javier Hernandez Be Playing Next Season?

Where will Javier Hernandez Be Playing Next Season?

After being plucked from the Mexican Primera Division in the summer of 2010 by Manchester United’s extensive scouting system, the unknown Hernandez, nicknamed Chicharito, or the Little Pea, a reference to his footballing father of the same name, was thrown into the smouldering cauldron that is the Barclays Premier League. Many players struggle to acclimatise to the demands of English football in their debut season, but Chicharito flourished in his new surroundings. An impressive return of 13 goals in 27 …
Is Danny Ings Good Enough to Audition for the Role of Luis Suarez?

Is Danny Ings Good Enough to Audition for the Role of Luis Suarez?

Losing a player of Luis Suarez’s ability would unsettle the very best of teams. If Suarez were to walk out of Barcelona this summer, the club’s on field activities would suffer, and that’s even with the familiar faces of Lionel Messi and Neymar Jr to fill the void. If the departure of Suarez would cause such disruption to this star studded team, imagine the pain Brendan Rodgers felt when he reluctantly allowed the Uruguayan to depart his side for the sunny shores …
The Young Dutchmen who could take the Premier League by Storm

The Young Dutchmen who could take the Premier League by Storm

With Manchester United recently confirming the big money signing of Memphis Depay from PSV Eindhoven for a fee in the region of £25-30 million, the world’s attention has turned to Holland’s Eredivisie. Memphis Depay looks capable of setting the Premier League alight next season, and he may not be the only flying young Dutchman we see gracing the Premier League over the next few seasons. Here we take a look at the men who may well follow in Depay’s footsteps, …
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