John Kent takes look at transition in the world of football, and how clubs like Southampton and Sevilla have achieved continued success.
Archive for the ‘Premier League’ Category
Mikel Arteta’s Barcelona roots and Premier League experience could see him set out on a success story in management, writes Stefan Reyners.
Manchester United have strengthened significantly over the offseason and, consequently, fans are very optimistic about their chances for the campaign ahead.
The 206/17 Premier League gets underway this weekend, and it’s shaping up to be one of the most competitive campaigns for a long time.
Wayne Rooney has been a great player for Manchester United, but is he a Manchester United great?
Ahead of the Community Shield, author David Bevan takes a look back at Leicester City’s previous visits to Wembley Stadium.
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.
Big things are expected of Pep Guardiola and Manchester City this season, but can the Spaniard have similar success to that at his previous two clubs?
There can be no denying the talents of Mario Balotelli, but the Italian’s future is very much up in the air as remains on the outer at Liverpool.