Tag: premier league

  • Darwin Nunez in the Premier League – What Does Luis Diaz Have to Do With It?

    Darwin Nunez in the Premier League – What Does Luis Diaz Have to Do With It?

    Despite the ever-expanding nature of sports analytics and forms of scouting, there’s always that sense of gambling on the unknown when purchasing a new player, even more so when it’s a club (in this case, Liverpool, or any other team linked to this swirling transfer rumors) from a bigger league such as the Premier League, […]

  • Saudi Prince Wants to Buy Newcastle United

    Saudi Prince Wants to Buy Newcastle United

    By the end of the next week, the English Premier club, Newcastle United, might get a different owner. Prince Salman Aims to Buy the Magpies Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia Mohammad bin Salman and the Public Investment Fund, whom he controls, engaged in talks with Mike Ashley, Newcastle’s current owner. Allegedly, the sum of the […]

  • Premier League Rumors: Silva out, Moyes Back to Everton

    Premier League Rumors: Silva out, Moyes Back to Everton

    After the most recent trashing against Liverpool, in the Merseyside Derby, Everton’s coach Marco Silva will probably be sacked. According to various sources from the English media, Silva’s contract should be terminated first thing in the morning, and his replacement might be David Moyes. Merseyside Derby Catastrophe Silva’s Toffees lost to Liverpool 5-2 this Wednesday […]

  • Premier League – Chelsea vs Hull City Predictions

    Premier League – Chelsea vs Hull City Predictions

    It’s hard to ask for an easier way to begin the season for a team like Chelsea, aspiring to claim back the Premier League title for the first time in four years, than receiving newly promoted Hull City, even if the Tigers have made it difficult for the Europa League champions in the past.

  • Steven Gerrard Hat-Trick in Liverpool Derby Means Newly Found Hope

    Steven Gerrard scored the first hat-trick in a Merseyside derby since Ian Rush’s three goal performance for Liverpool in 1986. Gerrard celebrated his 400th Premier League appearance for the club in the best way possible, leading the Reds to a 3-0 win over Everton and possibly opening up a window of opportunity and hope for a successful finish to a disappointing season.

  • Alex Ferguson & Manchester United Doing it Again

    Alex Ferguson always talks about hitting the stride around late February, pulling into March, April and May in full force. You can drop point earlier on, but it’s important to be at your best in the months that matter. Manchester United, beating WBA 2-0 and climbing to the top of the Premier League at the expense of Manchester City, are doing exactly that.

  • QPR & Clint Hill Next Victims of No Goal Line Technology

    QPR losing at Bolton 2-1 didn’t just make Premier League survival much more complicated. They have every right to feel aggrieved by the scoreline, not just because of being the better team through the 90 minutes, but because of Clint Hill scoring a goal in the 19th minute, which wasn’t recognized by Martin Atkinson or his linesman, resulting in yet another example of why we need goal line technology.

  • Should Liverpool Consider Replacing Kenny Dalglish?

    Kenny Dalglish watched his Liverpool players delivering one of their worst performances of the season, a 1-0 defeat at Sunderland, the team’s third straight Premier League loss. No talk of Champions League, and even the seventh position isn’t a done deal, with Sunderland, Stoke, Everton and Fulham all capable of beating Liverpool to the spot at the current rate.

  • Mid Season Top Scorers in Europe’s Top Leagues

    From Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi in the La Liga, with Van Persie and Mario Gomez in England and Germany, through German Denis and Olivier Giroud in Italy and France, here are the leading scorers in the top European leagues so far in the 2011-2012 season.

  • David Silva is Just Enough (Manchester City vs Arsenal)

    David Silva was all Manchester City need to keep Arsenal out of the title race, as the Spanish wiz scored the winner in the 53rd minute to give City a 1-0 win and regain the lead over Manchester United (two points) as we enter the hectic Christmas period.