The main focus during the season is on the club who will become the new champions of England as well as the other teams who will finish in the top-four or bottom-three, though, there are also individual honours that players take pride in and in this situation it’s the Premier League Golden Boot. As
Much of the criticism that has been aimed at Jose Mourinho and Manchester United this season has been about their style of play. Irrespective of the fact the club sit second in the Premier League and top of their Champions League group, there has been intense scrutiny placed on how the Portuguese coach has set
Arsenal’s was put to the sword as Manchester City continued their ascendancy to Premier League glory by stretching the gap on top of the table to eight points. The Gunners shipped three goals at the Etihad on Sunday, with Alexandre Lacazette coming off the bench to score Arsenal’s only consolation goal for the game. Although
Manchester City supporters will never find a season as satisfying as the current campaign. Pep Guardiola’s side needed to come big after a demanding midweek trip to Napoli, in which they beat the Italians 4-2 to qualify for the last-16 of the Champions League with two games to spare. And come they did, as they
There is safety in numbers, and for the English game, presenting five teams to the Champions League was a shot in the arm amid talks of a League on a rapid decline. If there were talks of a League on a rapid decline, it’s only because it was. Leicester City shouldered the responsibility of being
As we approach matchday 4 of this season’s Champions League, all English teams sit top of their group. So, can an English team win this season’s Champions League? Liverpool If Liverpool wins this year’s Champions League, I will be astonished. Liverpool have been the most disappointing English team in the Champions League so far.
Stoke City and West Bromwich Albion are not flowing attacking teams. The pair are often without invention, and have combined for a mere 20 goals in 20 matches so far this season. Mark Hughes and Tony Pulis did see their teams score twice each against Manchester City, though. Having conceded only two in the league