Manchester Derby Combined XI

What would a Manchester derby combined team look like? For the goalkeeping position, apart from a small blip last year, David De Gea has consistently been one of the EPL’s best goalkeepers for the last decade. He makes the draft ahead of Ederson or Bravo. Manchester City have an amazing squad depth and yet the absence of Aymeric Laporte has been painfully felt by the … Continue reading Manchester Derby Combined XI

Boxing Day: The football lover’s Christmas!

Today is the 26th of December, meaning a day of Premier League football celebration. Regular folks got their christmas yesterday; us football lovers have ours today. Boxing day brings loads of happy memories. Celebrating the holidays with family and watching plenty of Premier League fixtures: what more could we ask for? See also: The Champions League draw ! The festive periods, while taxing for players and … Continue reading Boxing Day: The football lover’s Christmas!

Fantasy Football Tips for the festive period (Part 2)

Check out Part 1 here: Fantasy Football Tips for the festive period (Part 1) Another player from Arsenal who should be considered is Nacho Monreal (5.4m). The Spanish left-back is back from injury. He’s been good to Fantasy managers in the past for assists and even goals from the left wing. If he does not play against Qarabag in the UEL, he could feature against … Continue reading Fantasy Football Tips for the festive period (Part 2)

Fantasy Football Tips for the festive period (Part 1)

December is the festive time everybody has grown up loving. For some it’s Christmas or New Year celebrations. For football addicts like us, it’s the period where multiple games are crammed in the space of a few days and we’re off school or work to watch everything. See also: Racism & Corruption at Paris St Germain Fantasy football managers have to be wise during those days. … Continue reading Fantasy Football Tips for the festive period (Part 1)

How Hugo Lloris crucified Netherlands, Italy and Germany

In Russia, The Swedes topped their group to the detriment of the 2014 champions Germany. After sending Lindt chocolate home, the Swedes crashed to Fish&Chips in the quarter finals. The Swedes could not quite perform to their level against the English but after executing a kill list with the likes of Netherlands, Italy and Germany, they were probably out of gas.  Continue reading How Hugo Lloris crucified Netherlands, Italy and Germany