Analysis of Transfers from European Leagues to EPL - 2: La Liga

Analysis of Transfers from European Leagues to EPL - 2: La Liga

This is Part 2 of a multi-part series. You can read the first part here. In the first part, we took a look at the transfers to Premier League from Eredivisie. In this part, we will take a look at how Premier League clubs have been recruiting players from La Liga. La Liga is believed to be one of the best leagues in the world in terms of football talent. My personal belief is that image of the whole league …
INFOGRAPHIC: A Guide To England's World Cup Destinations

INFOGRAPHIC: A Guide To England's World Cup Destinations

It's almost time for the major event of the year - the 2014 World Cup! England's stars; Rooney, Gerrard, Sturridge, Lampard et al are all fit and ready to take the world by storm and if you're following them over to Brazil then we've got some vital information for you! With the event in Brazil only two weeks away what better way to whet your appetite than to be provided with an excellent guide to England's World Cup destinations! Leading …
If Footballers Were Cars

If Footballers Were Cars

A great info-graphic from motors.co.uk below - check out which car  your team would be! …
Why Are Billionaires Shying Away From Buying Premier League Clubs?

Why Are Billionaires Shying Away From Buying Premier League Clubs?

Berahino's Social Media Suicide

Berahino's Social Media Suicide

Have a bit of sympathy for West Bromwich Albion fans. Not just, indeed, because they are West Bromwich Albion fans, but because they don’t seem to have the best of luck on ‘Deadline Day.’ The hoodoo began with Peter Odemwingie and his infamous trip down the M40 to Loftus Road in January 2013. Then came the Romelu Lukaku debacle in September of the same year, which saw a deal for the prolific Belgian fall at the final hurdle, leaving the …
Fit and Proper Ownership

Fit and Proper Ownership

After the antics of moustachioed Cardiff City super-villain Vincent Tan, it’s fair to say that the reputation of foreign owners in the Premier League has taken a hit in recent years. Manchester City, heavily criticised for their failure to keep in line with Financial Fair Play regulations, have also had their fair share of trials and tribulations. It is, of course, mere coincidence that they are owned by an Abu Dhabi based Middle Eastern consortium. Cynicism aside, City’s clashes with …
Gary - The True Medel Liverpool Should Pursue This Window

Gary - The True Medel Liverpool Should Pursue This Window

The conclusion of Copa America has yet again brought the football markets to the forefront and we are back with yet another of our many eccentric suggestions. Its time someone sat up and noticed the brilliance of Gary Medel as a destroyer and it is our pleasure doing so. Who would need him more than a team that has seen its legendary captain leave, its main defensive midfielder being plagued by injuries over the last few seasons and its status …
Football Fans and the Chip On Their Shoulder

Football Fans and the Chip On Their Shoulder

In wake of recent reports that West Ham are considering not extending Sam Allardyce’s contract beyond the summer, I began to think about the fickle nature of the football fan. Fans of football teams generally have high expectations for their clubs, but it is becoming apparent that some have extreme delusions of grandeur. I am using West Ham as an example for now as it contextually relevant, but it is clear they are not the only culprits. So I bought …
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