Premier League

Spurs’ top 6 struggles hindering league progress

Spurs have been steadily rising since the turn of the decade. Instead of merely hoping to compete with the top 6 teams, we’ve reached a level where we should expect to beat them. Unfortunately, the team’s mentality doesn’t appear to have caught up just yet.

Is Fernando Torres set for a Premier League swan song?

The latest speculation suggests a return to the Premier League for Spanish forward, Fernando Torres. Could he return to his former club, Liverpool, or will the number 9 seek an entirely new chapter?

Bilic sacking hammers home deep seated problems

The sacking of Slaven Bilic isn’t the end of West Ham’s problems. In fact, it reveals the deeper lying issue of the Hammers’ thirst for instant success.

5 ways Erik Lamela’s return can boost Spurs

Erik Lamela’s long journey to fitness is almost complete. What positives can he bring to an already-firing Spurs team this season?

Manchester United vs. Spurs: Can Harry Kane be tamed?

Manchester United face Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford this Saturday. With Kane’s outstanding goal scoring record so far, and United’s recent loss against Huddersfield, will Spurs manage a win over the Red Devils or will Kane be tamed?

Liverpool vs. Manchester United preview: Battle of the Reds

Klopp and Mourinho will be preparing for one of the biggest rival games of the Premier League this Saturday. Will it be The Reds or The Red Devils who come out on top?

Chelsea Football Club: The Garden of Eden Hazard

Eden Hazard may not lay claim to 400 career goals, but he is as gifted a progenitor as anyone kicking of the joy. He is most committed to it.

Ruben Loftus-Cheek is best served to leave Chelsea next season

For a player who sparked rave reviews when he first came through Chelsea’s youth academy at 18, Ruben Loftus-Cheek finds himself in a tough place.

Manchester United should squeeze past CSKA Moscow in Champions League

José Mourinho probably has the strongest Manchester United side in the last four years at his disposal—with a good mix of pace, power and a bit of star-dust to go with it.

David Wagner: The man taking the Terriers to new heights

David Wagner and Huddersfield Town have made a very good start to their Premier League season after a 45-year absence. Will they do enough to stay up?