Spurs Should Chase Young French Star Centre Back

It has been a pretty disappointing season for Tottenham Hotspur this term, especially during the run in. The Lilywhites are on the lookout for a new manager and might also look at having a bit of an overhaul of the playing squad too. One area that could do with improving is the centre of defence. […]

Looking At This Season’s Champions League Final

When the month of May comes around in the football calendar, it only means one thing for the major sports fans and that is that the Champions League Final is on the horizon. After a long, difficult, and certainly competitive season, we have been left with two finalists in Manchester City and Chelsea who have […]

Four Premier League Midfielders That Could Bolster Man United’s First Eleven

Manchester United have had a fairly successful season. They’ve managed to prevent Manchester rivals Man City from taking the Premier League crown at the earliest opportunity and they’ve also managed to get into the Europa League final. The biggest blip has been the owners and their greedy attempt to step away from meaningful competition and […]

Chelsea Should Once Again Bow Down To King Kante

Chelsea have been very impressive since Thomas Tuchel’s arrival in January. The German boss has brought with him a focus to succeed and the squad have bought into that as they’ve secured a place in the final of the FA Cup and in the Champions League. The Blues are also on course to finish in […]

Sheffield United Face Challenge In Bouncing Back Into Premier League

Sheffield United’s relegation to the Championship was confirmed after their defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers in April. The Blades’ return to the top-flight lasted only two years, with the club suffering from second-season syndrome. Under Chris Wilder, United surprised the Premier League in the 2019/20 campaign by punching above their weight to place in ninth. However, […]

Billy Gilmour Can Still Get Into Scotland Euros Squad

Billy Gilmour this weekend started his first Premier League game since Thomas Tuchel took over the Chelsea hot-seat from Frank Lampard in January. The teenager once again looked fairly impressive as his team strolled to a 2-0 victory over fellow London side Fulham (BBC Match Report). Gilmour received the ball 68 times during his 90 […]

What Went Wrong for Wolves This Season

Tipped by bookmakers to be an outside shot at upsetting the established order in the Premier League this season, by any metric Wolves have underperformed in 2020/21. Under Nuno Espirito Santo, this Wolves side has punched above its weight on numerous occasions in the past two years.  But while Wolves have never done enough to […]

Lyndon Dykes Peaking At Right Time For Scotland

In recent years Scotland have been missing a consistent striker, one who could somehow lead the line. As a nation we like our forwards to be warriors, that can bully defenders and who will give their all. When Lyndon Dykes announced his intention to play for Scotland ahead of Australia is was seen as a […]

Ross McCrorie Could Fill Ryan Jack Void For Scotland

Rangers manager Steven Gerrard confirmed today that Scotland midfielder Ryan Jack will miss this summer’s Euros (Source Sky Sports).  That’s a tough pill for the Tartan Army to swallow as Jack has impressed in the midfield engine-room under Steve Clarke. We look to be at our most solid with Ryan patrolling in front of the […]

Patient Phill Foden Showing He Was Right To Stick With Pep And Man City

I often think it’s too easy for people to look at footballers and forget that they are individuals. Many were critical of Pep Guardiola as they felt that the Spaniard should play young maestro Phil Foden more in the Manchester City. Some felt that Foden should leave The Etihad and seek his opportunities elsewhere. Following […]