Signings’ Review : Liverpool 2016-17

Having reached numerous finals in Jurgen Klopp's first season in charge, it was fairly evident that a few more signings would help take the club from runners-up to possible winners. The clubs around Liverpool were spending millions on new recruits, with their fiercest rivals setting a new transfer record on Paul Pogba. But spending large... Continue Reading →


Signings’ Review : Arsenal 2016-17

Arsene Wenger signed 4 major players last summer, and while many fans expected the club to push on from last season's second place finish, sadly for many Gooners, it was not to be. We take a look at how Granit Xhaka, Rob Holding, Lucas Perez and Shkodran Mustafi got on in their debut season at... Continue Reading →

Player Profile : Victor Lindelof

Finally, the month-long transfer saga during the January transfer window regarding the move of the highly rated Victor Lindelof has come to an end, after Manchester United signed him for £30 million in the summer transfer window. In the 2016-2017 season, United tried several different centre-back partnerships but due to injuries and Chris Smalling's inability... Continue Reading →

Player Profile : Jordan Pickford

On 15th June 2017, Jordan Pickford signed for Everton on a 5 year contract for a fee of £25m plus add-ons up to £30m making it the third highest fee for any player in that position and also setting a British record for the highest paid goalkeeper. Coming out of a successful Premier League season for... Continue Reading →

Player Profile : Sead Kolasinac

Last month, Arsenal confirmed the signing of Bosnian left back Sead Kolasinac on a free transfer from Schalke. The Bosnia and Herzegovina international has been linked with Arsenal for quite a while now, so who is he and what will he bring to Arsenal? Tall, strong and yet deceptively quick, the full back is a... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Bargain Buys Of Last Season

After seeing millions being spent on players, we take a look at some of the best value-for-money signings of last season. Victor Wanyama The Kenyan power house was bought by Tottenham for a reported fee of £11 million from Southampton. He has been the ideal defensive counterpart to the attacking talents of star playes like... Continue Reading →

Alternate PFA Team of the Year

In light of the PFA Team of the Year announcement, we take a look at the players who were worthy, but didn't make the cut. Jordan Pickford (GK) The young shot-stopper was one of the few bright lights in a relatively dark season for the Black Cats, having established himself as the number one goalkeeper,... Continue Reading →

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