Mourinho vs Wenger: The 14 Biggest Bust-Ups

With Chelsea and Arsenal going head-to-head on Sunday, @Unibet thought they’d recap the key moments that have defined an infamous rivalry between the two men in the dugouts. It would be fair to say Jose Mourinho and Arsene Wenger haven’t seen eye-to-eye throughout the years. They first met as coaches in December 2004 and the pair […]

Would Arsenal Have Been Better Off if Wenger Quit in 2006?

A Football Blog. Paul Wilson questions whether Arsenal could have been further ahead without the stubbornness of Wenger Undoubtedly a new era had besmirched Arsenal come 2006 as the curtain finally came down on Highbury. However was this change of ground the only necessary change needed for the Arsenal? The club and more importantly the […]

Van Gaal is Completely Blameless if the Top Four Eludes Man United

A Football Blog. @boxtoboxfooty looks at van Gaal’s start at Manchester United and where the blame lies if they continue to underperform. Louis van Gaal has been left with a monumental task of restoring Champions League status for Manchester United. In fact in reality the phrase ‘‘left with’’ isn’t even close to an indication of […]

From Terry to Torres: Chelsea’s Beautiful Headache

A Football Blog. @jOlumilua looks at the beautiful selection headache that Mourinho finds himself in at Chelsea. Jose Mourinho has stuck with Cesar Azpilicueta at left-back despite the signing of Felipe Luis from Atletico Madrid. The decision is one Chelsea fans find hard to condemn because of Azpilicueta’s inspired performances in the role when he […]

The Best and Worst of the Premier League Last Week. Cabbage and Caviar

A Football Blog. @HarringtonMarie reviews the last week of Premier League football in her unique cabbage and caviar format. I’m hopeful that there will be an occasion this season when Manchester United won’t get a mention in the cabbage stakes but this week isn’t it. Last week’s winners are this week’s first nominees for another […]

What Did We Learn From The Premier League’s Title Contenders?

A Football Blog. @davidJ1927 looks at what else we can expect from the title contenders following the first weekend of action. We had last minute goals, penalties, red cards, a pitch intruder taking a freekick, a referee squirting vanishing spray over himself and a player, and the unpredictability that we know and love. Yes, the Premier […]

Premier League Preview: Twenty Teams in Twenty Days – Stoke City

A Football Blog. @HarringtonMarie previews Stoke’s season after Mark Hughes guided them to one of their best finishes in the Premier League Mark Hughes revolutionised Stoke City last season and guided them to their best ever Premier League finish. Considering they were talked about as relegation candidates at the start of last season, things couldn’t […]

Premier League Preview: Twenty Teams in Twenty Days – Southampton

A Football Blog. @HarringtonMarie looks at a Southampton side that should be a completely different line up to the team that finished 8th A great deal has been said and written about the interesting goings on at St Mary’s this summer. The so-called crisis and apparent state of desperation may be little over exaggerated, after […]