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Five Reasons Why Chelsea Will Retain The Premier League Title

Chelsea stormed their way to the title last season, eventually finishing a mammoth eight points clear of second placed Manchester City. The Blues were often accused of approaching games in dull fashion but that method allowed Jose Mourinho’s men to wrap up the title with three games to spare. Whether that changes next season remains […]

England Player Ratings: Arsenal man shines in Slovenia win

England finished the season with an unexpectedly exciting 3-2 win away in Slovenia to ensure they remained unbeaten throughout the 2014/15 domestic season. Wayne Rooney scored his 48th England goal to win the game in Ljubljana, but it was Jack Wilshere’s sensational double that stole the headlines. The Arsenal man showed great technique to bring […]

Three Premier League youngsters likely to break through next season

Players such as Harry Kane, Hector Bellerin, Francis Coquelin, Jordon Ibe and Ryan Mason all emerged onto the scene and became pivotal figures in the first teams of their respective clubs last season. With the new season still two months away, plenty of other prospects will be hoping to make similar impacts in 2015/16. Jason […]

Three Reasons why you should watch the Copa America

The Champions League Final only took place on Saturday and already it has been too long without regular football! With the Women’s World Cup only just starting and England’s men’s team flattering to deceive in Dublin, it could be a long summer ahead, especially with the Copa America compromising hours of valuable time spent asleep. […]

Jackson Martinez or Carlos Bacca – which Colombian will dominate the Prem?

Porto’s Jackson Martinez has been heavily linked with Arsenal over the last few days, whilst Sevilla’s Carlos Bacca has intrigued Manchester United according to reports. However, with these two both on show for Colombia in the Copa America next month, which forward would suit the Premier League best? Before we get started on Colombian forwards, […]

Three Changes We’d Love To See After The FIFA Fallout

FIFA are finally going down thanks to our soccer-loving US pals at the FBI and football will be better off because of it! The wait for criminal proceedings to hit the organisation have been long overdue and it may now be the time to at last say bye-bye to Mr Blatter and his corrupt colleagues […]

The 2014/15 Alternative Premier League Awards

It was painfully obvious that Eden Hazard would dominate the end of year PFA Awards ceremony, and deservedly so due to a simply wonderful season from the Belgian. Harry Kane was also a shoe-in for the Young Player Award, one he graciously deserved too after forcing his way into Spurs and England reckoning. However, what […]

Five Shattered Premier League Players

With the season drawing to an unspectacular finale, many players will be looking back at their respective seasons with all sorts of emotions. Pundits and journalists will be doing likewise, analysing potential transfers and giving their verdicts on each player’s season. Some, like Christian Benteke, Jamie Vardy and Jason Puncheon, picked up towards the end […]

Top 10 Transfer Flops of 2014/15

The likes of Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas, Fraser Forster and Ander Herrera have revelled since coming to the Premier League in their debut seasons, but the same cannot be said for all new signings. For every Graziano Pelle, we have Valeri Bojinov, and next season’s Nemanja Vidic could well turn out to be Vlad Chiriches. […]

Top 10 Premier League Transfers of 2014/15

With the Premier League season drawing to a close in rather unpredictable and dull circumstances, it seems an apt moment to reel through some of the players who have made the greatest impact this season. Whilst there have been plenty of flops – notably Radamel Falcao, Angel Di Maria, and anyone that Liverpool brought in […]