Alex Ferguson Predicts The Premier League Winners

Alex Ferguson Predicts The Premier League Winners

We live in a dynamic world where every single detail may change within a second. Those of us who are more adventurous like to make their predictions about what is going to happen next. Sports betting is one of the best places for such people. Football, basketball, hockey, car races, horse racing – the possibilities are limitless. All you need to do is to make your bet and wait for the results. However, sports betting is not the only option. …
Manchester United: Apportioning the Blame

Manchester United: Apportioning the Blame

The blame game can be a self-defeating process. Manchester United fans and quite possibly many individuals employed by the club are currently within the midst of the blame game. Louis van Gaal is the man to blame it seems. Louis van Gaal it appears is responsible for the regression of Manchester United. The many stats on offer point to a manager who has done no better than his much maligned predecessor, David Moyes. The stats added to the vast outlay …
Guilty Pleasure of a Liverpool Fan – Alex Ferguson

Guilty Pleasure of a Liverpool Fan – Alex Ferguson

Liverpool host Manchester United on Sunday and it’s only fitting I try to write a few kind words about Fergie. Two years ago this would have been an impossible task, but his retirement has made this task simpler. Whilst I’m aware that these guilty pleasure series articles cover players - and I’ve read a few of them from Liverpool fans waxing lyrical about the likes of Keane, Van Nistelrooy and Berbatov. Those rival players deserved the praise they received and …
How Klopp Could Bring The Best Out of The Premier League

How Klopp Could Bring The Best Out of The Premier League

Since the news broke on Sunday evening that Brendan Rodgers was no longer Liverpool FC manager and Jurgen Klopp was favourite to take over at Anfield there has been a mixture of feelings being aired on social media. Fans are either in denial about how good the German is and what he brings to Liverpool or jealous at the fact he much sought after manager is now at the helm of one of your rivals. These are understandable feelings. These …
Why Manchester United v Liverpool is the biggest game in the Premier League

Why Manchester United v Liverpool is the biggest game in the Premier League

Manchester United welcome Liverpool to Old Trafford this weekend and Dean Smith of Top10bet.com takes a look at why games between these two clubs are the biggest in the Premier League. When Rio Ferdinand scored a last minute winner against Liverpool for Manchester United back in 2006, his team-mate Gary Neville was so elated that he couldn’t help himself from running towards the away section of the crowd, tugging at his shirt and gesturing towards the visiting supporters. When a …
What Lies Ahead for Manchester United

What Lies Ahead for Manchester United

"The decision to retire is one that I have thought a great deal about. It is the right time." Sixteen months have passed since that infamous day in May of 2013. A day in which football, not only in England and Europe, but throughout the entire world was rocked with the news that Sir Alex Ferguson was to step down as Manchester United manager at the end of the Premier League campaign. Having spent 26 years at Old Trafford, the …
Evans - A Steady Rise to Prominence?

Evans - A Steady Rise to Prominence?

Jonny Evans and Phil Jones are starting to show the fans that they are the future of this great football club. More noticeably, the former is a Manchester United academy product - one that we can gloat about. Every  football club has a player that surpasses or finally lives up to the expectations. In Jonny Evans, Manchester United has the former. A Manchester United youth graduate who has everything that a defender requires: two good feet, good awareness, commanding and …
David Moyes' Manchester United | Stats Analysis of Team In Transition

David Moyes' Manchester United | Stats Analysis of Team In Transition

There was much change at Old Trafford during the summer. For the first time in over twenty-five years, Manchester United began the season without Sir Alex Ferguson as manager. What has followed has been United’s worst start in the league for twenty-four years. Whilst it was evident that the transition period would not be perfect, United fans would have expected more than ninth place with only ten points after seven games. Critics have stated that Champions League qualification would be …