Category Archives: English Premier League

How Klopp and Liverpool turned Salah into Europe’s deadliest goalscorer

Commentators across the football world are struggling to explain the phenomenon that is Mohamed Salah, but one Liverpool team-mate reckons he knows the secret to the Egyptian’s success.

Salah was conducting an interview in the mixed zone at Anfield on Saturday evening, reflecting on his side’s 3-0 win over Bournemouth as well as his 40th goal of a remarkable campaign, when Virgil van Dijk, strolling past, interrupted. Read the rest of this entry


Citizens dominate Premier League Team of the Year

The newly-crowned league champions are the main force in the best XI this season, with Tottenham Hotspur well represented as well

Few people will be surprised to see Manchester City dominate the PFA Premier League Team of the Year by having five players named. Read the rest of this entry

Mohamed Salah on the verge of English Premier League award hat-trick

Mohamed Salah has been nominated for English Premier League Player of the Month award for March.

The attacker has already won the individual accolade twice this season, in November and December. For a hat-trick of the monthly award, he has to do battle with five other outstanding players.

Salah made four league appearances for the Anfield outfit during March, scoring six goals including a haul of four in a 5-0 humiliation of Watford before the international break. Read the rest of this entry

Black boots, a cool head and a football father: the story of Ethan Ampadu’s rise to stardom

From the fourth tier of English football to a debut with the Premier League champions, Ethan Ampadu has excelled at every level thanks to the perfect footballing education.

Having move to Chelsea over the summer, the Blues are yet to agree a fee for the player they signed at 16 years old, as they await a summer tribunal with Exeter City Read the rest of this entry

Are Chelsea in need of a new manager and a Plan B?

‘Here lies the Chelsea managerial career of Antonio Conte: his Plan A was pretty good…’

 That’s how an epitaph might read for the Italian’s time at Chelsea: with the events of this past weekend making its imminent writing inevitable, and it’s content beyond argument.

The late Bobby Campbell was the last Chelsea manager to succumb to Tottenham in the club’s west London home, back in 1990. Read the rest of this entry


Less Instagram, more goals. That seems to be the broad story of Raheem Sterling’s time at Manchester City, particularly given this superb run of form he is currently enjoying.

Fierce criticism is never far from the winger’s radar, despite scoring seven goals and playing a lead role in Pep Guardiola’s vibrant City side, which is why he has stopped looking at Instagram’s ‘discover’ section. Read the rest of this entry


Two of the Premier League’s greatest rivals do battle on Saturday as Liverpool welcome Manchester United to Anfield.

A run of inconsistent performances has left Jurgen Klopp’s side languishing behind in the title race, with United level at the top of the table with Manchester City. Read the rest of this entry

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