List of Premier League Outs and Ins

If you’ve found it hard keeping up to date with all the happenings this window don’t fear as we have compiled this list of all the premier Ins and Outs. Please note this is updated to 24/08/2017 any signings after this date will have been missed. 1. Arsenal   In Alexandre Lacazette – Lyon, Undisclosed Fee Sead Kolasinac – Schalke, Free Out Stefan O’Connor – Released Kostas … Continue reading List of Premier League Outs and Ins

Is Coutinho Really Worth £138m?

  One transfer story which is seemingly going to rage on for the rest of this transfer window is Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona. Barcelona has recently sold talisman Neymar JR. to PSG earlier in the window and is out to find his replacement. They seem to be hell bent on getting Coutinho’s signature before the window closes and have already had a £100m bid rejected from Liverpool as Jurgen Klopp … Continue reading Is Coutinho Really Worth £138m?

Twitter Reacts to Wayne Rooney’s 200th Goal

As I’m sure many of you already know last night saw the first Monday night football of the season take place pitting Manchester City against close city rival Everton. The game was flooded with controversy and drama at every minute but the standout headline was Wayne Rooney’s 200th premier league goal making him just the second player to ever reach 200 and now we take a … Continue reading Twitter Reacts to Wayne Rooney’s 200th Goal

Manchester City v Everton Review: 1-1

  The first Monday night football didn’t hold back it had it all, red cards, controversy, end to end excitement and a record breaking goal. But where does this leave both clubs and where will it take them?Manchester City started the game in a good manner. They looked dangerous out wide with their quick passing movement, mid first half effort at goal from David Silva rattling … Continue reading Manchester City v Everton Review: 1-1

Manchester City v Everton Preview:

  Both Manchester City and Everton managed to secure opening day wins and clean sheets boding well for both clubs but this is their first real test of the season. Both teams have improved their squad considerably with upwards of £350m between them, Manchester City have finally improved their defence with very capable wing backs in Mendy, Walker and Danilo while Everton has been bolstering their … Continue reading Manchester City v Everton Preview:

Chelsea’s Transfer Policy is Laughable

Over recent years Chelsea Football Club is building a bad reputation for being a convert belt for young English talent. This year Chelsea see themselves coming back after a terrific season last year after winning the league in Antonio Conte’s first season in charge. But things have gone very sour this window, failing to re-sign Lukaku a youth talent they let go for a club … Continue reading Chelsea’s Transfer Policy is Laughable

Sanchez Will Remain An Arsenal Player

Possibly the biggest transfer saga this window seems to be coming to an end. Alexis Sanchez’s future has been widely speculated over the past few months with talks of the player refusing to sign a new deal, falling out with the manager and players to seemed to be something of a tug of war with player and other clubs. Everyone and their dog were waiting … Continue reading Sanchez Will Remain An Arsenal Player