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Television’s reliance on former players as pundits is stifling debate and new ideas, Ross Findlay explains how fresh eyes are needed.
Stefan Reyners believes that Steven Berghuis should have been retained by Watford instead of being loaned to Feyenoord in the Eredivisie.
Albinko Hasic discusses the comings and goings at Borussia Dortmund as they look to close the gap to Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga.
With fleeting glimpses of his talent in pre-season, Andreas Pereira must push on stay true to his talents, writes Stefan Reyners.
Aaron Doherty reviews all the action from this summer’s UEFA European Under-19 Championship and picks five of his top performers.
All eyes will be on new signing Georginio Wijnaldum as Liverpool aim to break back into the Top four, but could the Anfield cash have been better spent elsewhere, asks Will House.
With a steady decline in Arsenal’s fortunes over the past 10 years, Tom Morris ponders whether a change above Wenger’s head is needed.
Middlesbrough manager Aitor Karanka is certainly building a squad more than capable of staying in the Premier League, but his goalkeeping options may be starting to give him a headache. Following the capture of Bareclona legend Victor Valdes, USA goalkeeper Brad Guzan has now been linked with a move to Boro on a free transfer, […]
With the arrival of Jose Mourinho and Zlatan Ibrahimović heralding a new, less traditional Manchester United, Jason Coulter asks whether hating The Red Devils is now back in fashion.