Don Revie: A Paranoid Winner

Donald George Revie was born 10th July 1927 In Middlesbrough. He was born into a working-class family as his father was often out of work due to the Great Depression and his mum was a washerwoman. He was always grateful for his parents and despite his career, he always remembered no one is more important […]

Team of the Season

This is excluding Ronaldo and Messi as for the last 15 seasons they have deserved a place in this team. Goalkeeper: Thomas Strakosha At the time of writing, Strakosha has conceded 23 goals from an xG of 31.45. This has kept Lazio in the title race as they’re only a point off leaders Juventus despite […]

José Bordalás: The Master of Football’s Dark Arts

With La Liga returning this weekend, it’s only right we look at their biggest underdog story, Bordalás’ Getafe. Getafe’s rise in Spanish football has gone under the radar of the English media. How have they gone from being in the second tier as recently as 2017 to knocking Ajax out of the Europa League a […]

Premier League Team of the Decade (2010-2020)

Team of the decades are done differently but this will be done on their Premier League career over the decade rather than on individual seasons. Due to this, players like Luis Suarez and Gareth Bale have missed out. David De Gea Since joining Man United in the summer of 2011, the Spaniard has gone on […]

How Nike signed with Liverpool

New Balance have provided Liverpool’s merchandise since 2013 and the deal ran out at the end of the 2019/20 season. It was no surprise that it was going to take a lucrative deal to secure Liverpool and that many companies wanted to be Liverpool’s new kit supplier. New Balance were eager to continue their affiliation […]

Marcelo Bielsa’s “Murderball”

Once described as “harder than a Championship match” by a Leeds United player, this training session has people talking and players out of breath. But what is “murderball”? The name “murderball” comes from the 2005 documentary about wheelchair rugby. The documentary goes follows the US team between 2002 and the 2004 Paralympics in Athens, it […]

Newcastle’s potential takeover

Mike Ashley’s reign On 23rd of May 2007, Mike Ashley bought a 41.6% share of Newcastle United for £55,342,223, this equated to £1 per share. By the 15th of June the same year, Mike Ashley’s stake had increased to 77.06% of the Magpies but by July he owned 100% of the club. Mike Ashley payed […]

Players who have revived their career this season

Radja Nainggolan Famous for his Team of the Season cards on FIFA a few years ago, Nainggolan has quietly been getting back to his best following a return to Cagliari. Radja, an all action midfielder possesses some attacking flair and has even started to change people’s opinions of him as a player with a bad […]

How Leicester should replace James Maddison

For the last year, there have been rumours about Man United being interested in James Maddison. Transfermarkt value the English playmaker at £43.2 million however, it has been reported Leicester would ask for anything in excess of £100 million. If they do get their asking price for the former Coventry midfielder, how should they spend […]

Frank Lampard’s Chelsea tactics

The club icon’s tenure at Chelsea has started interestingly with his return to Stamford Bridge not being how he would have dreamt of. In preseason there were plenty of goals both scored and conceded. Lampard prefers a 4-2-3-1 which he has tried to implement but at times has had to revert to a 4-3-3 similar […]

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