Arsene Wenger has been in charge of Arsenal football club for over twenty years, in that time hey haven't finished any lower than 4th in the Premier League but he has only managed three Premier League titles. Can Wenger guide his team to another Premier League title? I am not an Arsenal fan but every season … Continue reading Can Arsenal win the Premier League again with Wenger in charge?
Premier League strugglers Swansea City are searching for their third manager of the 2016/17 season after sacking American Bob Bradley. Bradley has only been in charge of the South-Wales side for 85 days and them 19th in the Premier League table on twelve points and fours adrift of safety. Bradley was appointed by the Swansea … Continue reading Where now for Swansea?
This season has often been billed as Arsenal's best chance to end their Premier League drought. Arsenal fans haven't seen their side finish on top of the table since their invincible season of 2003/04. Meaning failure to secure the title this season will mean it will have been twelve seasons since Arsenal last had their … Continue reading End of the road for Wenger?
Following Arsenal’s defeat at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon questions marks have raised yet again about Arsene Wenger sides ability to get over the finish line. This season has been viewed by many as Arsenal’s best chance of winning the league title with the impending arrival of Pep Guardiola at City and the belief that … Continue reading Massive week for Arsenal
We are witnessing one of the most exciting title races that the Premier League has ever seen. Let’s take a look at five fixtures that could decide who is lifting the trophy on May 15. Following this weekend’s results in the Premier League, the title race is as wide open as it’s ever been throughout … Continue reading 5 Defining fixtures in Premier League Title race
The name Cameron Borthwick-Jackson is one not many Manchester United would have known before he was named on the bench for United’s game against West Brom in November. Aside from being notable for simply having the longest name of any Manchester United player, Borthwick-Jackson has gone on to establish himself as a regular member of … Continue reading Could the rise of this young full-back be crucial for Manchester United?
IN recent seasons we have seen the emergence of former Non-League players at the top of the English game with names such as Jamie Vardy, Charlie Austin and Chris Smalling all gracing the Premier League. Will we one day see some of today’s Premier League stars finishing their careers turning out for teams in the National League … Continue reading Ex-Premier League players now turning out in Non-League
As we head into the second-half of the season there are a number of England players who may be concerned about their place in Roy Hodgson’s squad for this summer's European Championships. These are players that have struggled for regular club football for differing reasons. In this article we are going to highlight five players … Continue reading Five England Players Who Need Games Ahead of The Euros
Andy Murray is no stranger to the semi-finals of a Grand Slam but he went into his quarter-final with David Ferrer knowing that a win would make history for British tennis. Johanna Konta had already booked her place in the semi-finals of the women's draw following a 6-4 6-1 win over China's Zhang Shuai. Meaning a … Continue reading Brits Make History At Australian Open