From Vertonghen to Sanchez: Tottenham’s £32.5 million hike and inequality in modern football

This summer’s transfer window has taken football to a new commercial level. From Paris Saint-Germain’s £198 million world-record signing of Neymar, doubling the previous global record, to Liverpool rejecting a £119 million offer from Barcelona for Philippe Coutinho as a...

Major Stoke City signing mooted – better than Arnautovic or another Imbula?

Stoke City are reportedly poised to conclude a sensational deal for Paris Saint-Germain forward Jese Rodriguez, after a season-long loan has been agreed between the two clubs, according to The Telegraph. The agreement is a shrewd one with the Potters...
Slaven Bilic

Predicted West Ham starting XI: Hammers formation key, Ayew and Masuaku to play

West Ham United’s 2017-18 Premier League season is set to start on Sunday, with the Hammers facing a daunting trip to face Manchester United at Old Trafford. The Irons have raised a few eyebrows in the transfer window this summer,...
Tottenham Hotspur's Moussa Sissoko

Predicted Tottenham starting XI vs Newcastle: Sissoko must play, no Son

Tottenham Hotspur start their 2017-18 Premier League season on Sunday with a trip to face Newcastle United at St James’ Park, with Mauricio Pochettino facing some selection dilemmas for the clash. The Spurs boss rotated between a back four and...
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Harry Winks

Phil Jagielka

Despite big Everton plans, this fans’ favourite must stay at Goodison

By Neil Wood Phil Jagielka certainly believes he has the required qualities to continue at the very top level of English football. The Everton club captain and England international seems to have no intention of dropping down the leagues, despite recent...
Everton attacker Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney an inspired Everton signing – but not a replacement for Romelu Lukaku

After a summer of upheaval at Goodison Park, Everton fans are rightly excited about the new campaign and have high hopes that their side can challenge for a place in the Premier League top six in 2017-18. For the Toffees...
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp

What Jurgen Klopp must do to avoid Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool fate

One of the most important seasons in Liverpool's recent history is fast approaching. The Reds head into the coming Premier League campaign without a trophy since an unconvincing League Cup triumph over Cardiff City in 2012. https://twitter.com/LFC/status/889742018917748736 They needed extra-time and penalties...
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