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Writers Required!

Writers Required!

Question yourself this! Why don’t you want to write about football and publish it into the footballing world? sounds daft doesn’t it.  Why do we write about football? Football is a love, it is an unhealthy obsession which runs the life of men and women a like when the referee’s whistle goes on any g... »

Saints, Contenders or Pretenders?

Saints, Contenders or Pretenders?

Safe to say that the traditional top 4 was destroyed after the take-over at Manchester City saw City become title contenders. But will another team, Saints, break into the top 4 with their recent superb form? Or will Saints end up like Tottenham and Everton, as one-season wonders, and dropping back ... »

Not So Super Mario

Not So Super Mario

Mario Balotelli – a name synonymous with all football fans out there. It’s almost hard to believe he is just twenty-four, he’s been on everybody’s lips for that long. But not always for the right reasons. There’s no doubting that Mario is up there with the best of them ... »

Liverpool V Hull Preview – Confirmed LFC Lineup

Liverpool V Hull Preview – Confirmed LFC Lineup

Referee: Neil Swarbrick. Matches: 3, Y17 R0. Betting: Home 2-5, Away 6-1, Draw 7-2. Liverpool have scored 10 goals in three Premier League home games against Hull City. Team News Misfiring striker Mario Balotelli is set to lose his place for the visit of Hull as manager Brendan Rodgers has decided t... »

LFC: Where does the problem lie?

LFC: Where does the problem lie?

Sunday 11th May 2014 – Liverpool end their Premier League campaign with a 2-1 victory over Newcastle at Anfield , consequently finishing runners up and qualifying for the Champions League. Fans all across the globe celebrate the prospect of competing with Europe’s elite the following sea... »

Steven Gerrard…He’s still got it.

Steven Gerrard…He’s still got it.

After a woeful performance against West Ham, all guns were blazing against Steven Gerrard. Liverpool was left injured and bruised by Sam Alladyce men. And with 11 misplaced passes in the opposition half, Gerrard didn’t do much to help his team. With just 25% duels won, Gerrard had the worst ra... »

A Tale Of Two Managers

A Tale Of Two Managers

A Tale Of Two Managers Twelve games between these two Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho and the latter still remains undefeated by the former. Mourinho notching seven wins and five draws out of twelve games which incredibly is a fantastic record against a somewhat experienced and proven Wenger. The ri... »

Everton: Last Week/This Week

Everton: Last Week/This Week

LAST WEEK The tequila tinged afterthoughts of Everton’s opening day loss to Leicester were only made clearer by the déjà vu of matchday two. Two games, two late collapses, four points dropped. Instead of riding high on six points, the blue half of Merseyside sits on only two, albeit with an ample am... »

How To Solve A Problem Like Mario

How To Solve A Problem Like Mario

Accompanying his seemingly perpetual youthfulness, one other constant throughout Mario Balotelli’s career has been a distinct recurring nature of tribulations. Returning to England after a move from Milan to Liverpool, with this latest transfer comes an opportunity to break the circle of events that... »

The Wind of Change

The Wind of Change

I love the first day of a new season. The sun is shining, feeling as hopeful and as optimistic as a great pre-season allows and it definitely felt different to last year. Definitely. United were winning again and moreover, we actually looked in good shape. Our style of play was energised. We were pa... »

Pitch Perfect?

Pitch Perfect?

Two decades after their final disappearance from English football stadiums, 2015 will see a surprise return for the artificial pitch. Acknowledging the development of 3rd Generation AstroTurf, the FA’s decision to re-allow synthetic grass to the Conference Division comes with the promise of un... »

The Bundesliga- Why Germany Are The Best and Why England Are Not

The Bundesliga- Why Germany Are The Best and Why England Are Not

After a mouth watering, dazzling, controversial, goal providing month of football, the World Cup reached its dramatic conclusion. Germany played Argentina in a closely contested final in which we saw the Germans take home the famous and inspiring World Cup trophy, and no, they didn’t win it on... »

Suarez Sale Will HELP Liverpool

Suarez Sale Will HELP Liverpool

I will repeat, the Suarez sale is good for Liverpool, not great or necessarily ideal but good. Since his departure, it seems like everyone has taken a negative view of the sale. That includes almost every fan and every so called “pundit”. They insist that Liverpool will “miss him” and wont be able t... »

All in or Nothing – The Failures of Individualism in Football

All in or Nothing – The Failures of Individualism in Football

If any player was told they would lift a trophy on the night of the World Cup FInal, the expected reaction would be one of ecstasy and delight. However, as Lionel Messi climbed the Maracana stands to pose for a photo with Manuel Neuer, the image would capture him in a more solemn than celebratory mo... »

Transfers That Matter: Liverpool

Transfers That Matter: Liverpool

With opening day less than seven weeks away, the Premier League transfers market is heating up. Simon Says EPL runs the rule over each squad’s transfers that matter for your Fantasy team. Rickie Lambert Fantasy managers have long flirted with putting Rickie Lambert in their attacking line. Never hav... »

Neymar’s Injury: The beginning of the end for Brazil?

Neymar’s Injury: The beginning of the end for Brazil?

After some impressive performances so far in the tournament, Brazil has suffered quite a scare over the last 7 days, with star player and World Cup poster boy, Neymar suffering an injury that may rule him out of Brazil’s upcoming games. The thigh injury was sustained during their penalty win o... »

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