Five of the most controversial moments in Premier League history

Throughout its long history there has been no shortage of controversial moments in the Premier League, from fights to bites and everything in between. Today marks the anniversary of one of the Premier League’s biggest controversies, an incident which saw the red mist descend on Eric Cantona during a clash between Manchester United and Crystal … Read more

Five Premier League players with a ‘wand of a left peg’

Some of the greatest footballers of all time have been left-footed and the Premier League is currently home to some superb lefties. Rarer than their right-footed counterparts, there is often a mystique that surrounds those who favour the left. Hakim Ziyech was the latest Premier League name to demonstrate the quality in his left peg … Read more

Hitmen: Five of the best Serie A strikers of the 90s

Serie A was home to the world’s best footballers during the nineties, an era in which Italian football boasted the biggest names and the brightest stars. There has arguably never been another period in which one domestic division possessed such a vast number of the premier players in the game, with nineties Serie A a … Read more

Heroes and Villains: Premier League Gameweek 23

Following the latest round of Premier League action, we pick out some of the heroes and villains from the best and worst of the weekend’s fixtures. Manchester United climbed into the Premier League’s top four with a late win over West Ham, whilst Norwich moved out of the division’s bottom three for the first time … Read more

Premier League Awards: Rashford comes up clutch, Salisu shines, and Ziyech’s stunner

Our weekly Premier League awards honour the best – and worst – of the football action from the weekend. Moment of the Week How big a goal could Marcus Rashford’s late winner be in Manchester United’s season? The Red Devils had looked set to be frustrated in their bid to beat West Ham and move … Read more

Premier League to change rules following frustration at Covid postponements

The Premier League is set to change the criteria regarding Covid postponements following the frustration at the number of games called off this season. Under the new rules, clubs may need to show at least four positive Covid cases in order to request a postponement, with the current regulations allowing Premier League sides to call … Read more

Premier League Team of the Week – Gameweek 23

Each week we delve through the Premier League’s weekend action and compile our divisional Team of the Week, with the latest round of fixtures including late drama and huge results. Chelsea ended their run without a win after beating Tottenham at Stamford Bridge, whilst Manchester United left it late to snatch a crucial three points … Read more

‘Massive’ – Klopp reacts after Liverpool’s hard-fought 3-1 win away at Crystal Palace

Liverpool took advantage of league leaders Man City dropping points yesterday by beating Crystal Palace 3-1 at Selhurst Park earlier today. Jurgen Klopp’s side started impressively and found themselves ahead after just eight minutes, when Virgil van Dijk rose highest to bullet home a header from a Andy Robertson corner. The Reds were completely dominant … Read more

Conte remaining ‘realistic’ despite top three being within reach for Spurs

Antonio Conte says he is remaining ‘realistic’ about Tottenham’s ambitions this season despite closing the gap on the Premier League’s top three. Tottenham are fifth in the Premier League at present, just one point outside the top four and with multiple games in hand over the sides above them following postponements earlier in the campaign. … Read more

Gerrard expecting Everton ‘reaction’ following Big Dunc appointment

Steven Gerrard is expecting a ‘reaction’ from Everton against Aston Villa following the appointment of Duncan Ferguson as caretaker manager. Aston Villa travel to face Everton at Goodison Park tomorrow lunchtime, the latter’s first fixture since sacking Rafael Benitez last weekend. The trip will also be Gerrard’s first visit to Everton as an opposing manager … Read more

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