While fans would surely welcome the return of football, even if it’s behind closed doors, some players and managers have responded negatively to leagues being resumed too quickly. Continue reading Football is back!
Solskjaer has often been maligned by fans and pundits alike for his inexperience but he has shut critics up recently. Three wins against Chelsea and City are tough for any team to achieve, let alone in one season. Continue reading Solskjaer’s Plan Showing Positive Signs
Against a tightly packed Watford defense, Bruno Fernandes won and converted a penalty. Then he set up Martial and Greenwood for the second and third goals respectively. Continue reading The Bruno Effect
In 10 years or so, we might see the formation of a Super League in England itself, with league titles being contested way more than before and by a larger variety of clubs. Continue reading Analyzing Arteta, Ancelotti appointments and how the EPL might soon turn into a Super League
Guardiola might dazzle with his tiki-taka, high pressing flavor of football but there are other more subtle and negative tactics the Spanish coach utilizes to give his team an extra edge. Continue reading Pep’s More Subtle Tactics
This turn of events is unfortunate and it is clear that instead of finding a real, long-term solution for this problem, the EFL is indirectly sanctioning England’s most successful team for no valid reason. Continue reading Liverpool sanctioned by EFL for being successful
With success in the Champions League comes a run of fixtures which could wreck a team’s season. Continue reading Liverpool’s Ridiculous Schedule