What Cech's move could mean for Arsenal

What Cech's move could mean for Arsenal

With Petr Cech's move to Arsenal being finalized, Arsenal can hope benefit greatly from the world-class goal keeper. After spending years with mediocre quality keepers, it is indeed a move that will transform the Gunners as far as the goalkeeping is concerned. It will also instill a sense of confidence among the players, as they'll know that they have a solid goalkeeper to rely on. Arsenal have faced issues with their goalkeeping for a long time now. After David Seaman, …
Top Potential De Gea Replacements For Manchester United

Top Potential De Gea Replacements For Manchester United

It is seems increasingly likely that this summer Manchester United will be faced with the arduous challenge of replacing their Player of the Year and star goalkeeper David De Gea. Although Van Gaal has stated he is becoming more positive with regards to his chances of keeping the Spanish stopper there is no smoke without fire. A move to Madrid this summer appears a formality for David De Gea. A task United would rather be without this summer is trying …
5 Summer Signings to Improve Liverpool

5 Summer Signings to Improve Liverpool

Liverpool’s season promised a lot but delivered very little. Most of the players that were brought in the summer window last year were getting to step into the bigger leagues and a chance to make a name for themselves at one of the most iconic clubs in the world.  The success rate in the transfer market for the Merseyside club is not high and that could be down to the reason that the players that have left were never adequately …
Petr Cech - End of an Era at Chelsea?

Petr Cech - End of an Era at Chelsea?

Chelsea fans, get ready to bid farewell to Petr Cech, as the legendary goalkeeper is all set to leave Stamford Bridge after 11 years. A £6million signing from Rennes in July 2004, Cech has enjoyed plenty of success at Chelsea. Before this season, the Czech Republic goalkeeper was a constant element in all of his time at the club. He has won four Premier League titles, the Champions League and the Europa League among several other accolades while at Chelsea. He has …
Why Chelsea's Superior Defence Won them the Title

Why Chelsea's Superior Defence Won them the Title

With Chelsea on the verge of winning the title, their rock solid defence has helped them to get to this position and in the process firmly squashing whispers of a dramatic late collapse. Games against United and Arsenal preceded by a trip to serious relegation contenders QPR were seen as tricky fixtures, which would test their mettle especially since they weren't playing particularly well, having also bowed out of the Champions League. But in classic fashion, Mourinho's men kept consecutive …
Chelsea vs. Man City 2013/14 – What Did the Fans Think?

Chelsea vs. Man City 2013/14 – What Did the Fans Think?

Saturday’s late kick-off sees the two clear title challengers so far this season go head-to-head in what fans hope will be a thrilling encounter. An 85th minute equaliser for City from Chelsea legend Frank Lampard left a bitter taste in the mouth of the watching support when Chelsea travelled to the Etihad back in September and Chelsea boss José Mourinho will be keen to see his side repeat their Stamford Bridge result for this fixture last season. In that game, played …
De Gea or Courtois: Who's Impressed most this season?

De Gea or Courtois: Who's Impressed most this season?

American goalkeeper Brad Friedel once made the following observation: “My colleagues spend most of their time with their backs turned towards me. I don’t believe it’s because I’m unpopular – honestly.” Now I’m sure that Brad is a lovely man, but being popular off the pitch, and being popular on it, are two different things entirely. Nobody else in football can drop so dramatically from ‘hero to zero’ quite like those crazy enough to opt for a full time career …
In-Between the Posts: Premier League Keepers, Battle For Glory

In-Between the Posts: Premier League Keepers, Battle For Glory

A unique feature of this transfer window has been that the almost all the top clubs are looking to add depth and quality in the goalkeeping department. Whether it is the keepers who were out on loan returning to their parent club or smart captures of foreign keeper on the cheap, managers are understanding the need to have more than the usual safe pair of hands between the posts. Only Manchester United and Everton from the teams that finished in …
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