With the transfer window firmly shut and those who moved having played for their new clubs, now is a good time to look at which players have made the most impact and will provide the best value for money. Here are what we believe to be the top five transfers: (more…)
We don’t have a clue what the hell is going on here, it’s pretty damn weird though!
There are certain players that you just love to hate, Robbie Savage was a prime example – He never even seemed like by his own fans, let alone the opposition. Fortunately for Mr Savage, he’s escaped our list as he’s now retired (same applies to Gary Neville)
In no particular order, here are the 10 most hated players in football… (more…)
Did Balotelli intentionally stamp on Scott Parker during City’s clash with Spurs? Take a look and see what you think…
Kenny Dalglish’s return to management hit a new low yesterday as Liverpool were thrashed by relegation strugglers Bolton.
Owen Coyle’s Wanderers saw out a 3-1 victory leaving Liverpool in 7th place in the premier league, one point behind Newcastle and Arsenal and fifteen points behind league leaders Manchester City. (more…)
As the quiet transfer window continues, all we can do is sit and hope that things will get frantic in the final weeks with managers scrabbling around like women at a Next sale. (more…)
For years Arsene Wenger has attempted to create the perfect club at Arsenal, he’s stuck vigilantly to his policy of not throwing money around while Manchester United, Chelsea and more recently Manchester City have done so and achieved success.
Wenger is striving to create a club that is almost self sufficient. A rarity in these money fueled days of the premier league. Bring players in young, develop them, get them believing in the methodology and reap the rewards when those players develop. Only, Arsenal aren’t reaping the rewards. Their trophy cabinet has been bare for 6 years now. The kids aren’t alright. (more…)
Spurs title challenge seemed very real, 3 points behind the leaders and Christmas had passed. Yesterday Tottenham had the opportunity to go level on points with league leaders Manchester City and potentially United too, should United defeat Bolton. Inevitably Manchester United did beat Bolton comfortably, Paul Scholes scoring on his first start since returning from retirement. (more…)
There was more than the odd eyebrow raised when Liverpool spent £35m on the 6’3″ Newcastle striker Andy Carroll, not because anyone expected Carroll to do poorly, more just the inflated price that Liverpool paid for his services. At the time Liverpool had £50m burning a hole in their pocket following another inflated deal that saw Chelsea pay over the odds for an out of form Fernando Torres.
Everton have confirmed the signing of Manchester United’s Republic of Ireland international midfielder Darren Gibson.
Gibson, 24 has been struggling for first team opportunities at United and a proposed move to Sunderland recently broke down. (more…)