Three things from January

Limited value for money in the English Transfer Window: First of all, numerous clubs this month are laughing all the way to the bank, especially Hull in making £10million for Robert Snodgrass aswell as making a couple of shrewd loan signings, and Everton gaining close to £10million for the combined transfer of Darron Gibson and … Continue reading Three things from January

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The media relish seeing Pep Guardiola struggle in the Premier League

Ever since Pep Guardiola joined Man City and the Premier League in the summer for the 2016/17 season, the media has constantly begged the question if his possession based, counter-attacking football will work in England. In the last weeks Man City have lost against Chelsea, Leicester, Liverpool and Everton, all convincing wins for the opposition, … Continue reading The media relish seeing Pep Guardiola struggle in the Premier League

England wingers – spoilt for choice

With recent matches against Scotland and Spain, our performances have been described as dangerous on the counter-attack but lacking elsewhere. English football have long had a history of quality wingers, some have proven to be heroic role-models such as David Beckham, some were blessed with immense skill such as John Barnes, and others failed to … Continue reading England wingers – spoilt for choice

Michael Carrick still a footballer! Why oh why?!

27th May 2009, Stadio Olimpico Rome, Champions League final, Iniesta, Xavi, Messi and co. destroy Manchester United to claim their third Champions League trophy and to complete a historic treble for the illustrious Catalan club. Anyway enough of the history that most football fans hold knowledge of, personally this was to be the start of … Continue reading Michael Carrick still a footballer! Why oh why?!