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5 PFA Young Player of the Year winners who flopped
5 PFA Young Player of the Year winners who flopped

Dele Alli was named the PFA Young Player of the Year for the 2015-16 EPL seasonGetting voted by one’s peers as the best in your field is something to be really proud of.Becoming recognised for the hours of hard work, training and commitment put into maintaining a consistent level of great form, makes it all worthwhile. Yes, so too do the sweet pay cheques, but to be raised on a pedestal and celebrated by those who know what it’s like

May 3 2016
Sunderland 0-0 Arsenal: Player Ratings
Sunderland 0-0 Arsenal: Player Ratings

Alex Iwobi in action against SunderlandArsenal dropped points once again as the race for top four heats up. The Gunners needed a win to leapfrog Manchester City into third position, but Arsene Wenger’s side fired blanks at the Stadium of Light against relegation-threatened Sunderland.Sam Allardyce’s side secured a crucial point in their bid to stay in the top-flight and have now moved clear of the relegation zone courtesy of a better

Apr 24 2016
EPL: Wilshere returns as Arsenal drop points against Sunderland with a goalless draw
EPL: Wilshere returns as Arsenal drop points against Sunderland with a goalless draw

Jermain Defoe ought to have been awarded a penalty in the first halfArsenal played out a goalless draw at the Stadium of Light against Sunderland, although the Gunners migh consider themselves luck, especially after the Black Cats were denied a clear penalty in the first half and troubled the Gunners in the second half, with Wilshere’s return being one of the few positives for the Gunners.LineupsSunderland XI : Mannone; Yedlin, van Aanholt,

Apr 24 2016
5 reasons why I love Arsenal
5 reasons why I love Arsenal

Why I love the Arsenal? While Arsenal may have the media and fans constantly talking about the coveted 4th place in the Premier League, there's a lot more to the North London club than meets the eye. Agreed their performances in recent years have seen them fall from Premier League champions to also-rans but the thought of dismissing Arsenal as a power in Europe is premature and naive. The North London club have the rare honour

Apr 19 2016
Jack Wilshere mistakenly tweets Manchester United trinity image with Twitter trolling the Arsenal star
Jack Wilshere mistakenly tweets Manchester United trinity image with Twitter trolling the Arsenal star

Jack Wilshere has turned out for the Arsenal reserves this seasonAs if the misery currently plaguing Arsenal fans isn’t enough at the moment, what with another dispiriting 1-1 draw to Crystal Palace ruling them out of the title race, Jack Wilshere has added to that by mistakenly using a Manchester United image while tweeting an ‘inspirational’ image, which resulted in Twitter piling further misery on the Arsenal man.Arsenal led

FA Cup Replay- Hull City 0-4 Arsenal: 5 Talking Points
FA Cup Replay- Hull City 0-4 Arsenal: 5 Talking Points

Arsenal progressed to the quarter-finals of the FA Cup to face Watford at home at the weekend by beating a dull Hull City side at the KC Stadium. The Gunners were helped by goals from Olivier Giroud and Theo Walcott, both of whom scored two each to grant the Gunners a comfortable 4-0 victory, which puts them on course to win a third consecutive FA Cup trophy.The replay was also ravaged with injuries as the Gunners lost three players to injur

Mar 9 2016
Arsenal dealt injury blow after Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere suffer setbacks
Arsenal dealt injury blow after Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere suffer setbacks

Bad news for Cazorla and ArsenalThe defeat on Sunday was a hard one to take for Arsenal and the club face more bad news as two of their long-term absentees have suffered setbacks. According to fresh reports from the Arsenal camp both Santi Cazorla and Jack Wilshere will be out until mid-April. Cazorla had ruptured his collateral knee ligament at the end of November against Norwich and was set for a return in March. A recent update

Mar 2 2016
Is the wait finally over for Arsene Wenger?
Is the wait finally over for Arsene Wenger?

Arsene Wenger will expect to end the season with a few trophiesAt a time when managers all around the world are finding it difficult to stay at the helm for more than a couple of seasons, Arsenal’s Arsene Wenger is about to complete 20 momentous years at the club. In all these years, Wenger has not only made immense contributions to the Gunners but has also revolutionised English football.Right from the time he moved to London in

Feb 20 2016
5 football superstars whose injuries are hindering their progress
5 football superstars whose injuries are hindering their progress

A footballer who is in a top club that competes in various tournaments plays an average of 50 games in a season. A lot of preparation goes on behind the scenes at a club to keep the player fit and ready for every match.  Important factors such as diet and number of training sessions are taken into consideration combined with personal attention given to each player to ensure his fitness levels are maintained. But we have seen on several o

Feb 19 2016
5 midfielders who could replace Andres Iniesta at Barcelona in the future
5 midfielders who could replace Andres Iniesta at Barcelona in the future

Andres Iniesta is the jewel in the crown of the Barcelona midfield and is a maestro worthy of the greatest of honours. He's won everything there is to win as a football playing in the Liga BBVA and yet there's only one thing he can lose to: time. He is not getting younger and the number of appearances he's making for the side can soon reduce just like his former partner in the centre: Xavi.  We look at five of the best midfield

Feb 11 2016
5 top teams in Europe who have incredible bench-strength
5 top teams in Europe who have incredible bench-strength

Mario Gotze sits on the bench for Bayern Munich during a Bundesliga game Barcelona played a total of 63 matches last season – with a few of those leaking into this season – across a span of six competitions in Europe and the domestic scene. Barcelona won five of those tournaments and were finalists in the sixth. European football teams are allowed to register a maximum of 25 players in the A list followed a 13 ~ 14 more in the B

Jan 27 2016
5 promising footballers who have been around for long and are yet to reach their peak
5 promising footballers who have been around for long and are yet to reach their peak

Every year the media comes up with stories of new teenage sensations and wonder kids. Some are even labelled as the next Messi or the next Ronaldo. However, most of these teenage sensations fail to live up to the hype that was created and often become squad players or end up playing for mid-table or bottom end clubs. Some of the players who were labelled as future superstars often enjoy a good breakthrough season and move to top clubs and of the

Jan 19 2016
5 English footballers who would thrive in La Liga
5 English footballers who would thrive in La Liga

The Premier League has been called the toughest and most competitive league in the world, but La Liga is arguably the best and most entertaining. Over the years, we have seen quite a few players join English teams from Spain and find success, but it hardly happens the other way round. British footballers making the transition from the Premier League to Spain can face huge challenges as a few of them like Micheal Owen (Real Ma

Jan 8 2016
Gary Neville says Jack Wilshere is his favourite player to coach
Gary Neville says Jack Wilshere is his favourite player to coach

Neville thinks coaching Wilshere is a challenge In a rather surprising revelation, newly appointed Valencia boss Gary Neville has named Jack Wilshere as the player he has enjoyed coaching the most. Neville has not given up his job as England’s assistant coach even after taking the managerial job at the Mestalla, and will stay with the Three Lions till the 2016 UEFA European Championship. The 40-year old was talking at a charity event

Dec 5 2015
Top 10 youngest debutants from the biggest clubs in European football
Top 10 youngest debutants from the biggest clubs in European football

It is almost impossible to explain the flood of emotion and joy of making a debut on the grand stage of football. "It was beyond a fairy-tale,” Steve Coppel remembered his debut in 1975 for Manchester United exquisitely, talking to ESPN. “And despite winning trophies, that day was my highlight as a United player. My heart was jumping out of my chest and I've never had another experience like it. I wasn't running; I

Nov 15 2015
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