For years and years I’ve always loved the NBA All-Star weekend, it’s fun, charitable, and the only place you get to see every NBA star in action. Picture a Premier League All-Star game. The best of the northern team players vs the best of the southern team players, all in a charity match at Wembley. It’d be voted for similar to the NBA game, part by fans and part by experts, based on this seasons performances. By experts I do not mean Robbie Savage and Michael Owen. Let’s see how the two teams could possibly face off, and more importantly who would win? Continue reading “Dreaming Of A Premier League All-Star Game”
The Champions League round of 16 has produced some mouth-watering draws with big name upsets on the cards. With a total of five English teams making it through to this stage, with convincing performances throughout the group stages for all, could this be the return of English dominance, or will Spain conquer Europe again? Continue reading “Champions League Predictions”
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With the January transfer window in full swing, it is crunch time for clubs who need to strengthen their squad and set themselves up for the rest of the season. Here I will take a look at each of the 20 Premier League clubs and see who needs who. Continue reading “Transfer News: Where does every Premier League club need to strengthen?”
So Liverpool have finally sold Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona in a deal worth £146 million, ending a six month long saga that spread well into the beginning of this season. Now that he is gone, Liverpool will surely look for a replacement for their talisman; so here are five possible options they can look to spend the money on.