Omicron surge puts Premier League in dangerous territory The Premier League seems like it will continue for now. And I don’t think that is the right decision. While the Omicron variant starts to take over from Delta for the general public, cases are starting to rise again for football clubs as well. Over half of… Continue reading The Premier League: What’s going wrong this time?
The thing is though, who would replace him? Solskjaer has done a pretty decent job to get United out of the pit they had found themselves in as Jose-third-season-syndrome took hold, but he is in his third full season in charge now, and they seem no closer to returning to the summit of English football.… Continue reading Manchester United have left Ole at the wheel for too long.
I could not give a damn about the commercial opportunities for this new “European Super League.” I don’t care at all. Because this cabal of club owners conspiring in a corner behind closed doors have sold the last of the integrity left in the sport I love down the damn river. And my club has… Continue reading You can stick your “Super League” up your …
Well, Jose Mourinho’s return to English football has not exactly been a smooth ride. Then again, when is anything a smooth ride with the Portuguese manager? While results definitely took an upturn in the immediate aftermath of his appointment, they have since taken more than a bit of a nose dive. They were outclassed by… Continue reading Jose Mourinho needs to stop blaming his lack of strikers. He needs to take responsibility for poor results.
Four Premier Leagues sides will be involved in replays over the Premier League's first ever winter break. And Liverpool's participation in a replay prompted an extraordinary statement from Jurgen Klopp, who told reporters neither he nor the entire first team squad would be involved in the replay, in order to fully utilise the winter break.… Continue reading Is it time to scrap F.A. Cup replays?
So. The Premier League has seen a major managerial change for the first time this season. Mauricio Pochettino's tenure came screeching to an end last Tuesday after five and a half years at the helm. Now, much as I really don't like Spurs, Pochettino took them from a side who were an occasional Champions League… Continue reading Is Jose Mourinho really the right man for Tottenham?
Well, as we reach the business end of the Premier League season, the race for the top four is hotting up. While Liverpool and Manchester City trade blows and leapfrog each other as they chase the title, Tottenham, Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United are all still in the hunt for a Champions League qualifying spot… Continue reading As the Premier League reaches it’s conclusion,who’s going to win the race for the Top Four?