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John Lundstram

Fantasy Premier League: Best Players Under 5 Million for Gameweek 3

Posted on 22 Aug, 2019, by in Soccer

Whether you’ve already clicked the Wild Card button or not, finding cheap players to fill your Fantasy Premier League team is crucial. Here are our recommendations for gameweek 3 regarding players costing 5 million or less, as well as forwards under 6 million.  More

Barcelona vs Real Madrid – On Chicharito, Cristiano Ronaldo Assisting and Boring Lionel Messi

Posted on 27 Apr, 2015, by in Soccer

Nothing changes in the Spanish La Liga. Barcelona win 2-0 against Espanyol in the derby without really exciting anyone, while Real Madrid somehow make it through a thrilling match against Celta Vigo, winning 4-2 as Chicharito establishes himself as the second best striker on the team all of a sudden. More

Real Madrid – Javier Hernandez Can Finally Smile

Posted on 23 Apr, 2015, by in Soccer

One goal this late in a season shouldn’t, but it still might change the perception of what has been overall a horrible experience for Javier Hernandez with Real Madrid, before his loan deal ends and he heads back to Manchester United and an unknown future. More

Manchester United – Louis van Gaal Knows He Has Work to do

Posted on 17 Aug, 2014, by in Soccer

Reality hit Manchester United and it’s manager, Louis van Gaal, in the face on the opening match of the new Premier League season. Wayne Rooney did score a goal, but it was far from enough against an alleged inferior opponent. The combination of new and changing tactics, young and ill-positioned players with similar problems to those from last season resulted in a terribly disappointing performance. More

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Biggest Names in the January Transfer Window

Posted on 31 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

One of the interesting things about the January transfer window is that it usually includes a lot of big names, but hardly any major transfers. Out of the big names that will be rumored to join new clubs, like Juan Mata, Robert Lewandowski, Shinji Kagawa and Mario Balotelli, it won’t be much of a surprise to see that everyone stays put. More

Adnan Januzaj & Chicharito Continue the Manchester United Diving Tradition

Posted on 8 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

Even with Ashley Young out of the lineup, there doesn’t seem to be any cease to the proud diving tradition he established at Manchester United, with Javier Hernandez and Adnan Januzaj trying to emulate the master in the loss to Manchester United, without really succeeding. More

Manchester United – Robin van Persie Can’t Be This Wasteful

Posted on 6 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

When Ashley Young keeps lowering the bar for cheating and diving and Marouane Fellaini has yet another awful performance for Manchester United, Robin van Persie should be one of the players David Moyes trusts with his eyes closed. However, the Dutchman proved just as lacking as some of his teammates. More

Ashley Young Dives, Chicharito Misses (Sociedad vs Manchester United)

Posted on 5 Nov, 2013, by in Soccer

Maybe this will be the match that sends Ashley Young into a long suspension or hibernation, as he added yet another embarrassing dive to his notorious collection, winning Manchester United a penalty kick that Robin van Persie missed in an awful 0-0 draw with Real Sociedad. The other meaningful event in the match? Chichartio, aka Javier Hernandez, missing from where it should be impossible to. More

Manchester United – Adnan Januzaj Proves He’s a Real Star

Posted on 30 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Among the few things that David Moyes has managed to get right early in his tenure as Manchester United manager is the belief in Adnan Januzaj, who doesn’t look like your ordinary wonderkid, full of potential but also of youthful faults. At 18, the Belgian winger seems quite prepared to be a big-time playmaker for the club, playing in a mature and calm way that’s really rare for a teenager taking his first steps on the football pitch. More

Manchester United – Chicharito and Shinji Kagawa Deserve Better

Posted on 27 Oct, 2013, by in Soccer

Maybe this is the match that will make David Moyes understand some thing about this Manchester United team it has taken him too long to. Shinji Kagawa isn’t a left winger, no matter how much his manager wants him to be. Javier Hernandez needs to be on the pitch in those final moments and probably more. His kind of scoring ability is something that just can’t be taught. More