In the first edition of a three-part series, Sarthak Kumar scours the world transfer market for under the radar deals, starting with Spain.
Posts Tagged ‘England’
International breaks in football are becoming stagnant, failing by its own standards and must be changed, writes Thomas Wyer.
As we approach the home stretch of Euro 2016 qualification, the competition looks as open as ever, with the potential for an unexpected winner, writes Ellis King
Paul Doherty gives some early thoughts on how some of Europe’s big hitters will fare at the European Championships in France.
English players are harming themselves, as shown by their naivety in this transfer window, and how this impacts on the national team, write Thomas Wyer.
Vineet Varma calls for Manchester United skipper Wayne Rooney to show his true colours after a sluggish start to the season.
Ayo Anibaba discusses Chelsea’s disappointing start to the Premier League season, with just one point on the board from two games.
Luke Chandry discusses the waning support for the England national team less than a year out from the next major tournament.
Oli Baise believes that Watford’s ownership by the Pozzo family makes them a Premier League experiment.
Sam Hall discusses the return of Stewart Downing to Middlesborough and wether this illustrates an increase in power for Championship clubs.