Does Kevin De Bruyne’s Rise Highlights The Wrong In Mourinho And Chelsea’s Way Of Business?

Kevin de Bruyne

Does Kevin De Bruyne highlights the wrong in Mourinho and Chelsea’s way of Business With Pep Guardiola at the helm, Manchester City are playing some scintillating football this season. At the heart of it all is Kevin De Bruyne, the 25-year-old Belgian international who has already scored twice in his five Premier League appearances. Guardiola, … Read more

Can Klopp Revolutionize Liverpool And English Football Just Like Wenger Did When He Came To England?

  The similarities are startling. The English clubs in question were giants, fallen on harder times than they had previously been used to. Both clubs had enjoyed European success, winning and losing finals along the way. But the Premier League, the key objective of every season, was as elusive as it had ever been. For … Read more

Manchester United – No Need To Panic Just Yet

Defeat is never good for a manager, even less so when the club in question is one of the biggest in the world. Manchester United were uninspiring in Rotterdam this week, losing to Tonny Vihena’s controversial late winner. It was enough for some supporters to ring TalkSPORT and demand Mourinho’s head, unsurprising in a day … Read more

Idrissa Gueye – Scout Report

Idrissa Gueye

Being labeled the best player in one of the worst Premier League teams ever to disgrace the top flight is a back-handed compliment. It’s seen to be the easy part of the equation but the question hangs in the air: can you cut it at a better club? Idrissa Gana Gueye has set about proving … Read more

A Man Out Of Time, A Man For All Times – Liverpool And Former England Star James Milner

James Milner

When the announcement came, there was little surprise. With 61 caps to his name and having represented his country at two World Cups, he might have expected a little more fanfare. The low-key coverage reflected the nation’s view of the squad’s performance at Euro 2016 but it was entirely fitting. James Milner, now a retired … Read more

The Mourinho Effect – The Good, The Bad And The Ugly Of Manchester United In Jose’s Reign.


Almost four months have passed since a Portuguese whirlwind blew through the doors of Old Trafford and Carrington. Jose Mourinho’s arrival as Manchester United boss had been foretold since his dismissal from Chelsea last season and It was never going to be dull. With just four Premier League games of his reign played, it seems … Read more

Swansea City 2 – 2 Chelsea: Post-Match Tactics & Review


When the Chelsea coaching staff regroup at their Cobham training ground this morning, heads will be scratched furiously as they try to work out how they left the Liberty Stadium with just a point. Swansea City were the perfect hosts for Antonio Conte’s men, offering them plenty of the ball in the attacking third and … Read more

What Does The Future Hold For English Football?

The Premier League & English football at its best yet at the heart of every discussion over the future of the game, it’s apparent that it is the root cause of failure in Europe and internationally. It is the most-watched league in the world. At its best, fast and exciting. At its worst, turgid with … Read more