Tactic Analysis – Pep Guardiola and Manchester City

Pep Guardiola has come to Manchester and Manchester welcomed him with open arms. Well the blue side anyway. The red side of Manchester watched with gritted teeth as the Spaniard was confirmed as the successor to Manuel Pellegrini as Manchester City manager in January as his contract ran down at Bayern Munich. This was met with…

2016/17 Premier League Preview – Match Day 1

It’s back. The magnificent match day atmosphere. The waiting around for team sheets. Watching the game live and in full before reliving every highlight of every game with Gary Lineker on the BBC to the annoyance of many sisters, girlfriends, wives and mothers around the country who want the TV remote. I’m of course talking about the…

Premier League Opening Weekend 15/16: Review

It’s here. It’s here in all of its glory. The Premier League is back and as the clock strikes midnight and it become the 8th of August, from that point on I could feel the excitement building up and bubbling over within fans around the world. Through out the entire summer, some quality signings were made…

Barclays Premier League Preview & Predictions – 2015/2016

It’s nearly upon us. The magnificent match days. The waiting around for team sheets. Watching the 3pm kick off and reliving every highlight of every game with Gary Lineker on the BBC before switching the channel when Amish comes on. I’m of course talking about the start of the new Barclays Premier League season. Last season saw…

BPL Ins and Outs That Should Happen This Summer – 2015

I would just like to say I’m sorry for the inactivity on the blog for the past 10 months or so and I should be back to writing more regularly. 🙂 The 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season has finished and we’re currently in the awkward phase where our Saturdays and Sundays are empty and your life…

Team Focus – Liverpool: Back To Dominance?

Liverpool once was the most feared teams in the world post the Premier League era, winning 18 league titles, 4 FA cups, 4 League cups and an amazing 13 FA charity shields (Now renamed FA Community shield) but have yet to win a league title in the modern era, but this year they look one…

Player Comparison: Pablo Zabaleta and Bacary Sagna

Arguably the best Right-backs in the Premier League, the Frenchman and Argentine are often compared and have gotten into quite a few rifts on the pitch due to their ‘never back down’ mentality which contributes to their respective teams massively. Sagna and Zabaleta are both fan favourites and with good reason. Both Sagna and Zabaleta…

2013/14 Winter Transfer Window: Thoughts

We’re halfway through the season and smack middle of the winter. In these cold winter nights, reading that a player is joining your club can make these cold nights seems better knowing your getting a star striker or a master midfielder. I am of course talking about the January transfer window. The past month has…

Should Black Players Boycott the 2018 World Cup?

Have we not learnt from past incidents? I can’t express how disappointed and angry I am to learn that racial prejudice and racial abuse is still a major issue in today’s game. The most recent incident of this disgusting act was when Manchester City played CSKA Moscow in the Champions League and City beat the…

Can an English Team Win the Champions League This Season?

The last English team to win the Champions League was London club Chelsea back in the 2011/12 season although it was an unconvincing run, somehow beating favourites Barcelona 3-2 on aggregate in the semi finals to reach the final against Bayern Munich which ended 4-3 on penalties after a 1-1 draw in 90 mins and extra…

Why This Year Is the Most Open BPL Title Race

Last season, from early days the title race would only be contested by the two Manchester clubs and by lets say the 20th match in, United were going to win the title from their cross town rivals even if at the time, the table showed otherwise. The only other team that were real title contenders…