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    How Ajax can secure a second leg win over Tottenham

    Last week, we saw an Ajax team travel to London and show the world that their campaign thus far has been no fluke. In a display of courage, structure and free-flowing philosophy, the Dutchmen ran out 1-0 winners at Tottenham's new stadium, handing them their second loss at the ground in a week. From a Spurs perspective, the defeat comes as a surprise as the footballing public was...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Can Liverpool Defeat Barcelona at Anfield Tonight?

    Last week we witnessed greatness. A below-par Barcelona side was bailed out and carried by their master, Lionel Messi. At 1-0, Liverpool was well in the game, looking like the most likely to score. Then, in stepped Argentina's greatest ever player. A tap-in from the Argentinean was followed up with a magnificent 30-yard free kick that left Alisson scrambling. Now the Reds face the...

    • 2 weeks ago
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    Why Liverpool deserve to win the league

    Although the majority of football twitter has united in waging against the possibility of Liverpool winning the league, there are still some neutrals who are truly in their favour. Today, I've put aside my Arsenal bias and gone into depth as to why Liverpool deserve to win the English Premier League. 4 One Loss How unbelievable would it be for a team that's only lost one game all season,...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    An assessment of Mattéo Guendouzi's Arsenal career so far

    When Arsenal signed a 19-year-old David Luiz lookalike for a sizeable £8million fee, I and most Arsenal fans scratched their heads and wondered if Sven Mislintat was taking us for a ride. Add to the equation that he was signed from Ligue 2 side Lorient and literally no one had any hope whatsoever for Unai Emery's fifth signing of the summer. Many thought he'd be shafted to...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    What we learnt from Manchester United's loss to Everton

    I guess Ole truly is at the wheel.but only with a provisional license. Things have gone from bad to worse for the Norwegian legend. During the week he saw his team offer no type of resistance whatsoever to a Messi-lead Barcelona, but what happened on Sunday was the final straw. The most famous club on the planet rocked up to Goodison Park and suffered a humiliating 4-0 loss. That defeat...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Debate: Mohamed Salah or Eden Hazard?

    Two weeks ago, we saw a title-driven Liverpool side dispatch of a top-four seeking Chelsea. Perhaps the 2-0 scoreline flatters the Reds, as this was a better than expected Chelsea performance. Nonetheless, the score never lies and if you don't take your chances, you don't deserve to win. It was a game that saw Liverpool's star man Mohamed Salah score an absolute banger, on the other hand,...

    • 3 weeks ago
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    Why Manchester United never stood a chance against Barcelona

    On Tuesday night, Manchester United crashed out of the UCL quarterfinals after a humiliating defeat at the hands of Barcelona. The Catalonians ran out 3-0 winners, with Lionel Messi scoring two. I know football is a game of surprises but is anyone really that surprised by the result? Here's why Manchester United never really stood a chance from the get-go. 3 Two Words:...

    • 4 weeks ago
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    Does Maurizio Sarri need to play N'Golo Kante in his more natural position?

    Chelsea have suffered an indifferent season this year and it has led to manager Maurizio Sarri's head being very close to the chop. One of the standout decisions has been to play N'Golo Kante, possibly one of the best defensive midfielders in world, in a more attacking role as he favours Jorginho in the defensive role. However, should he return him to his...

    • 2 months ago
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    Is Virgil Van Dijk possibly the best centre back in the world at the moment?

    When Liverpool courted Virgil Van Dijk in 2017/18 it was seen as persistent and over the top. Now, it is seen as the best bit of business that the club has done in years! With the front three usually grabbing the headlines Van Dijk can sometimes go under the radar. However, with another powerful display against Bayern Munich is he the best central defender in the world...

    • 2 months ago
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    What Chelsea's transfer ban means for the club

    It's fair to say that all is not well at Chelsea Football Club. On their pitch they're a mess, in the transfer market they're hit and miss and, in the boardroom, they're in dire straits. Overall, the club is in need of a major rebuild from top to bottom. When Roman Abramovich took over the London club in 2003, the vision was to turn the Blues into a European powerhouse in...

    • 3 months ago

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