Paul Lambert

After Paul Lambert, Who is Next for Stoke City?

After Paul Lambert, Stoke City need to decide who they want to manage them in the Championship. What is the target for next season? Who has the credentials to...
Mikel Arteta

Why Mikel Arteta Is All Wrong for Arsenal

Some people cannot help but wonder if the reason that Arsenal are apparently considering appointing Mikel Arteta is that, like Arsenal, the first two letters of his surname are...
New captain

Who Are The Candidates To Become Manchester United’s New Captain?

Given that Michael Carrick will transition into a coaching role next season, someone else will need to take the armband at Manchester United. One of five players will likely...
Matthijs de Ligt

Five Realistic Transfer Targets For Tottenham Hotspur

The summer ahead looks to be pivotal in the progression of Tottenham Hotspur in becoming a top European team. Spurs have now established themselves as a Champions League team,...
David Moyes departs West Ham

David Moyes Departs West Ham After Just Six Months

Manager David Moyes departs West Ham following the season's end. The club confirmed this fact on Wednesday. David Moyes Departs West Ham Moyes arrived at the Hammers with the club looking...

Sam Allardyce Sacked As Everton Manager

Sam Allardyce has been sacked as Everton manager after just six months in the job, the club have confirmed. 🔵 | Sam Allardyce has left his role as manager. More: https://t.co/0kJowzOX0r...
Daniel Levy

Mauricio Pochettino Sends Daniel Levy Warning

Mauricio Pochettino sends warning to Daniel Levy. Pochettino has worked wonders on a relatively small budget at Tottenham Hotspur. He has consistently said he is happy with the funds...
Pochettino v after Spurs v Leicester

Pochettino “I don’t know if the club will agree with me or not”

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino gave celebrating Spurs fans food for thought in the press conference following the nine-goal thriller against Leicester at Wembley. Whilst there was no suggestion he has...

Mohamed Salah Wins Premier League Player of the Year 2018

Mohamed Salah wins the PFA Player of the Year award for 2018, making him the first Egyptian to do so. He is having a fantastic season and will be pivotal in Liverpool's Champions League title hopes.
United finish second

Manchester United to Finish Second After Draw at West Ham

The match between West Ham and Manchester United finished in a goalless draw, which saw the Reds reach 78 points. With Tottenham four points behind them with one match...