Wayne Rooney must accept the realities of his limitations if he is to continue his illustrious Manchester United career, writes Kaustubh Pandey.
Archive for the ‘Premier League’ Category
Many attempts have been made by Europe’s elite to transition towards a European ‘Super League’, but that reality may be creeping closer to reality, writes Ross Findlay.
Leicester City provided the biggest upset in Premier League history when they won the title last season, but they won’t be amongst the contenders this term, writes Moha Albanna.
Nick Balchin discusses Jurgen Klopp’s results since taking over from Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool manager last year.
Graeme Wallace examines the flaws that have dominated David Moyes’ much heralded yet deeply inconsistent managerial career.
West Ham are adjusting to a new life in a new stadium, but dreams of competing at the highest level should be tempered with a dose of reality, writes Charles Pulling.
Pep Guardiola will have to make do without Sergio Aguero for this weekend’s Manchester Derby against United and there a number of possible alternatives.
An all too common argument is that money is ruining English football but this simply isn’t true, writes Thomas Wyer.
Stefan Reyners ponders the future for Arsenal and puts forward the case for Eddie Howe to succeed Arsene Wenger in the hot seat.
Liverpool have jettisoned four strikers in this transfer window, will Jürgen Klopp’s ‘less is more’ policy harm their chances this season?