Wednesday, 20 September 2017


We are no longer posting on here as we have moved to where we have a much sleeker site.

We already have loads of content over there such as:

The Kante Era

Christian Pulisic – Scout Report

‘Loyal FC'

Destined For Future Success

Dortmund’s Fountain of Youth

The Press Box Experience

The Dutch Risk

Monday, 20 February 2017


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Saturday, 18 February 2017





Monday, 2 May 2016

Transfers XI 15/16

The 2015/16 season has seen a surge in new talent coming from overseas clubs and transfers between Premier League clubs. We take a look at some of the best transfers this season and their impact on the Premier League. 

Christian Fuchs and Robert Huth

It would make perfect sense to put these two players under the same roof. Robert Huth and Christian Fuchs have been part of a miracle that is Leicester City, seeing their side reach the top of the Premier League and with one hand already on the title it demonstrates their impact. Alongside club captain Wes Morgan and right back Danny Simpson, this Leicester back four have been near on impossible to break down and the addition of these two players speak for themselves. With 15 clean sheets, they are a huge factor as to why Leicester are sitting at the top of the table.

Saturday, 30 April 2016

The Chelsea Verdict

After an eventful season to say the least, we got in touch with massive Chelsea fan @UberChelseaFC on twitter and got his views on the Blues' campaign so far.  We set him 10 questions and here's what he had to say:

1 - Rate the season out of 10
3, It possibly should be lower but since Christmas, the main aim after Jose was sacked was to rekindle that consistency and belief and Hiddink has achieved that.

2 - What's the main thing that's gone wrong for Chelsea this season?
The players got way too confident and arrogant believing that no one could beat them. A poor summer transfer window didn't freshen up our squad and every other team figured out how to play us. We needed new faces and a new dimension, the board didn't achieve that.

Sunday, 17 April 2016

The Top 5 New Football Stadiums

Football is growing year on year and with this comes increased demand, so to accommodate this, clubs have been forced to develop their stadiums or even build new ones. This is becoming increasingly common so we though we'd take a look at the top 5.

Barca may already have one of the best stadiums in world football but they're not stopping there. Scheduled to be completed in 2021, Barcelona are renovating the Camp Nou to increase it's capacity to an enormous 105,000! Currently, only one big stand is covered by a roof but they plan to build a roof over the entire stadium to keep the noise in, although I'm sure it's just to make sure Leo Messi doesn't get abducted and taken back to his home planet!