After a nil, nil draw in the early game everybody was hoping for more goals in the three o’clock games and that is exactly what we got. Let’s start with the story of the weekend, Palace. An amazing 2-1 victory over the Champions Chelsea brought them their only two goals of the season. The game… Continue reading Premier League Review: Week 8
A bore draw in the early game today, with only a sensational stop from David de Gea keeping the score to nil, nil. The game was always going to be a difficult one for Liverpool with Mane being out for six weeks with a hamstring problem. They desperately needed one of their attacking stars to… Continue reading No win, but a Liverpool Victory?
We’re now seven weeks in to the season and after the short international break we return to the Premier League. We return with a brilliant game, Liverpool vs Man Utd and this edition will mainly look forward to that game. A Mane hamstring injury puts the Liverpool attack in a difficult position, with him being… Continue reading EPL Opinions: Game week 7
With the new average for a Prem transfer seeming to be valued around £30 million, heaps of huge deals are appearing every week, we will take a look at some of the biggest of this astonishing summer. Let’s start with one of the greatest stories of the summer, Romelu Lukaku. His move from Everton… Continue reading Tremendous Transfers!
With 37 goals and 3 scorelines with 5 or more goals, is it the most exciting last day ever? Let’s start with the game of the season? 7-1! 7-1! A Harry Kane hat-rick and goals from: Alli, Wanyama, Davies and Alderweireld put Hull to sleep. This performance capped off with the Golden Boot for… Continue reading Most Exciting last day ever?
Wenger was looking likely to get sacked after Arsenal were plunged into a bad run of form, but things are starting to look up now they are in the FA cup final. The match today has a sign of good things to come, a lucky Xhaka goal and the second goal from Welbeck moves them… Continue reading Wenger to Stay?
After Saturday’s fixtures the bottom of the table has got messy. Swansea’s brilliant 1-0 victory over Everton takes them out of the relegation zone and on 35 points nearing the illusive 40-point margin. Swansea were helped immensely after Hull dropped points at home to already relegated Sunderland; the 2-0 loss may have come as… Continue reading Relegation Scrap gets Heated