Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Tag: Premier League

High Up The Pitch: Arsenal Feel de Bruyne At The Etihad

As Christmas approaches, the High Up The Pitch team looks at the Premier League and results of the last game week. Arsenal's back-to-back defeats at Everton and Manchester City raises the old questions about their title challenge and the competence of Arsene Wenger.   Elsewhere, City's return...

Premier League Game Week 7: Team Of The Week

Another thrilling weekend of English Premier League football and it's not hard to see why it's the most watched league in the world or why we love it to bits. Pep Guardiola finally got the welcome to the Premier League a lot of his...

Chelsea Football Club: The Hazard Error

Perhaps only a few can tell the difference between Chelsea’s glory days and the Eden hazard era(the past 4 years), a lot of Chelsea fans idolize Eden hazard and label him Chelsea’s best player without doubt. Yes, Hazard was Chelsea’s best player and currently...

The Case Against Referee Inconsistencies

Referee inconsistencies, from as far back as we can recall, have stained football and caused endless debates and frustrations. Whether it's Colina or Webb, Oliver or Øvrebø, the human factor in these referees inclines them to make wrong calls. Needless to say that so many conflicts have arisen because referees interpret...

The EPL Review: Game Week 2

  A look at the weekend games in the Premier League involving the top sides in the English Premier League. MANCHESTER UNITED 2 V 0 SOUTHAMPTON Manchester United players looked a lot more confident and composed than they were in the opening game of the season. The...

Which is the Best League in the World, Really?

Premier League, LaLiga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1. These are the most popular football leagues, some might say in that order, in Europe today and in the World. But which of those can be called “the best”? Spoiler: it’s not as easy as you think to...

Manchester Derby Can Become Greater Than the El Classico

Since the takeover in 2008 or better still,  the “Abu Dhabi invasion”, the fans of the noisy neighbors as they are popularly known have seen the typical light blue shirt of theirs being donned by several world soccer superstars such as Yaya Toure, Sergio...

Arsene Wenger, An English Football Great?

Arsene Wenger the French man whom football has popularly tagged “the Martyr of Islington” holds a degree in economics and has amongst his adversaries, passionate followers and beloved supporters been viewed in various folds. To some an excellent disciple of football management, to others...

SLAKE’S SOLILOQUY: What Now Louis?

Something happened in the first 15-20 minutes of Manchester United’s game against Chelsea; something very strange. It was something we probably hadn’t seen since Sir Alex Ferguson walked out of Old Trafford for the last time as United Manager. Most people watching must have...

Mesût Özil: The Key To Arsenal’s Success

Men lie, women lie, numbers don’t. With 17 games played thus far in the Barclays Premier League, Mesut Özil has 15 assists. That equates to just a fraction below an assist a game. To put it more into perspective, Arsenal have scored 31 goals...
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