Category Archives: English Premier League

THE REBIRTH OF RAHEEM STERLING

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

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LIVERPOOL VS MANCHESTER UNITED COMBINED XI

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

LACAZETTE THE SOLUTION TO ARSENAL’S PROBLEMS?

Alexandre Lacazette arrived at Arsenal for a club record fee and he is beginning to show glimpse of the quality which persuaded Arsene Wenger to sign him.

The French striker has now scored in his first three Premier League home games for the club, a record exemplifying his predatory instincts in the final third and showing why the Gunners have needed a striker of Lacazette’s calibre for several seasons. Read the rest of this entry

EPL’S BAD BOY, DIEGO COSTA LEAVES CHELSEA AS AN ANTI-HERO

Hey, Premier League, who is going to be your pantomime villain now?! Diego Costa is returning to Atletico Madrid, meaning English football needs a new Public Enemy No.1.

The striker’s exit from Chelsea has somewhat damaged his reputation amongst the fans, but when the dust has settled, he should be remembered as the truly fantastic player who made huge contributions to two league titles.  Read the rest of this entry

EUROPA LEAGUE BOUGHT MOURINHO TIME… NOW HE MUST DELIVER TITLE CHALLENGE

Jose Mourinho gambled everything on the Europa League last season and it paid off. Manchester United’s football excited precisely nobody but that won’t have bothered the manager. The world’s most expensive squad may not have competed for the title but they earned their way back to the Champions League regardless.

His first major success last term then can be said to have been dampening down expectations to such an extent that supporters felt finishing the season in sixth place and with the Europa League title represented success. Read the rest of this entry

FIVE AFRICAN PLAYERS YOU HAVE TO HAVE IN YOUR FANTASY FOOTBALL TEAM

Tammy Abraham of Swansea CityThe new Premier League season brings with it a new fantasy football campaign which, for many fans — one suspects, is the true highlight of the sporting calendar. As ever, fantasy players across the world will be agonizing about which names will make their squad for the grand unveiling…and to this end, We are here to help. Here, we present our five budget African players you absolutely have to consider for your team this season. Read the rest of this entry

AFRICAN STARS THAT CAN INFLUENCE THE EPL TITLE RACE THIS SEASON

HD Mohamed Salah Sadio ManeAfricans have over the time proved that their influence could be the deciders between their club’s success and failure in the Premier League.

We take a look at some African big names that can influence the title race for the forthcoming 2017/2018 EPL season. Read the rest of this entry

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