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Greg Clarke- UK Football Could Lose both Clubs and Leagues

Posted on April 16th, 2020

The FA have stated that they could easily face losses of up to £150m. English football is now facing the danger of losing clubs and even leagues. The main cause of this comes down to economic challenges that nobody could have ever predicted. The season has been halted for the time-being and this is all […]


Who will win Euro 2020?

Posted on December 19th, 2019

The upcoming European Championships, known as Euro 2020, will be different in many ways. Firstly, to celebrate 60 years of the tournament, it is being held all over Europe, rather than in a single host nation. No less than twelve different cities in twelve countries will host games during the event. Perhaps more importantly, it […]


Football Formations And Tactics Explained

Posted on December 3rd, 2019

Besides huge bonuses like the promotion for Ladbrokes for soccer punters, one of the greatest things about football is that there are thousands of ways to play. As such, it’s the team manager’s job to mold how a team plays, and you can note a massive difference between how elite teams play compared to amateurs. Each side […]


What Is Going Wrong At Manchester United?

Posted on October 9th, 2019

The season started so well for Manchester United with their 4-0 win over Chelsea, but since then the Red Devils have won just twice in nine outings in all competitions. It’s also fair to say that those two 1-0 wins over Leicester City and Astana were less than thrilling entertainment for the Old Trafford faithful.  […]


6 Most common Tactical Formations in Football

Posted on August 6th, 2019

The most exciting thing about football is that there are numerous ways to play it. A manager has to mould different ways a team plays. You only need to have one look at the elite end of the game to notice the difference in the team formation and how they play. Watching a football game […]


Indonesia’s Football Stars: The Teams, Players And Stats For Your Starting Lineup

Posted on July 18th, 2019

In light of the recent news that Indonesia and Australia are considering a joint bid to host the 2034 World Cup, the Asian team are well and truly in the spotlight as of late. Despite a poor World Cup record that has only seen them qualify once, back in 1938, it is often far too […]


Best of the Premier League 2018-19

Posted on May 27th, 2019

Now that the hotly contested run of the Premier League 2018-19 is over with the title won by the defending champions, Manchester City, the time for transfers and changes to the team has arrived. A team that is speculated to go through most change is Manchester United, for example one of their star players and […]


Battle to avoid the final relegation slot in the Premier League

Posted on May 4th, 2019

We are reaching the business end of the season and the relegation fight is still very much on. Huddersfield were the first team to have their fate confirmed when they were beaten 2-0 by Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park back at the end of March. Their return to the Premier League only lasting a single […]


Thanks, But Sarri That Wasn’t Good Enough

Posted on May 1st, 2019

It’s never dull as far as Chelsea are concerned, if it’s not the weight of an impending transfer ban on their shoulders, then it’s the continual questions as to just who will be in charge of the club at the start of the next season. With so many headlines being created due to matters off […]


Will Newcastle stay up? Supercomputer says ‘No’

Posted on March 7th, 2019

The international break has prompted talkSPORT to fire up their so-called ‘supercomputer’ in a bid to see what the table will look like at the end of the season. To many, it will come across as more of a gimmick and really just a way of whiling away the time until the international break is […]