Latvian Football Club FS Metta Is Something Special

No matter how much we refer football as a ‘global’ sport, there is a glint of generalization about the statement. The game is yet to establish itself completely in numerous areas of the world, be it areas of a North America, South Asia or Down Under, there is always one part of the world which … Read more

Conte vs Simeone: Who’s (Tactically) A Better Fit For Chelsea?

Conte vs Simeone It’s quite well exhibited that Italy National Team coach Antonio Conte is close to replacing Guus Hiddink at Chelsea once the next season starts. And although, Hiddink’s departure is imminent and it’s well known that the former Dutch boss will leave, but there is some debate surrounding who is the man to … Read more

8 Changes: Projected Tottenham Line Up To Face Colchester In The FA Cup

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Spurs’ at the Colchester Community Stadium will be one of David against Goliath. A trademark FA Cup fixture that often tends to throw up surprises that leave us startled. And counting the minnows out is one of the biggest crimes a big club often commits in the FA Cup and Spurs have to make sure … Read more

Why The Everton Manager Roberto Martinez Is Lucky Not To Be In The Sack-race


The position of a manager at a club is determined by solely one thing- results on the pitch, or where the club is placed on the table. Additional factors such as money spent, playing style of the team and his relationship with the players come in, if things aren’t working out on the pitch. Teams … Read more

Scout Report: Callum Gribbin, Manchester United’s Special Talent Who Snubbed Manchester City

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Scout Report: Callum Gribbin There may be little space in the footballing world for the proper development of youngsters, but there are clubs who just end up doing so. Despite of all the money that’s now coming into the game, these clubs somehow end up producing players and are reluctant to spend heavily on foreign … Read more

3 Things We Learnt From Arsenal’s 1-0 Loss To Chelsea: The Gunners Are Still The Chokers

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Whenever Chelsea take on Arsenal, either at Stamford Bridge or at Emirates, you know any team can oust the other. And it’s a game in which form well and truly goes out of the window and it’s the performance on the given day that actually matters the most. And Chelsea proved that once again when … Read more

Manchester United Blog: 3 Reasons Why Sticking With LVG Makes Sense

3 Reasons Why United Must Not Fire LVG Manchester United have been through a roller- coaster ride already this season, much like Louis van Gaal’s whole stint at Old Trafford. From the lows of succumbing to defeats to both Bournemouth and Norwich, to the high of completing a double over Liverpool, it’s difficult to make … Read more

Costa And Loftus Cheek To Start: Strongest Possible Chelsea Line Up To Face West Brom

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Chelsea, quite ostensibly are getting back on track. After a tumultuous start to the season under Jose Mourinho, things are looking slightly brighter than they were but consistency is something they will look for, in their bid to make it to the top six or seven, if not top four. And the next game at … Read more

Strongest Tottenham XI To Face Leicester (FA Cup): Carroll And Dier In Pivot

Predicted Tottenham XI vs Leicester City Tottenham Hotspur are the most consistent Premier League team right now and arguably, the toughest to beat too. And as speculations regarding a possible title challenge and a top four finish grow, Mauricio Pochetinno’s men turn their attention to the prestigious FA Cup as they will take on high-flying Leicester … Read more

3 Things LVG Must Do This January: Change The Playing Style

Manchester United need to make some changes and make them fast looking at how perilously close Louis van Gaal came to being axed back in December. It wasn’t at all pretty and the results came in question more than the so-called ‘unattractive’ playing style. United failed to win a game in the month of December, rightly … Read more