One of the most compelling elements of the new money coming into the Premier League is the export side. Whilst in the last transfer window we seen a ridiculous amount of money spent – over £1.1bn in fees alone – other leagues have been benefitting hugely. Given the fact that Premier League clubs are spending
For any Liverpool fans out there reading this, you’ll know what we are about to discuss. After most international breaks, Liverpool Football Club tend to come back slower than the rest. With the fact that three of their best players (Phillippe Coutinho, Roberto Firmino, Sadio Mane) all travel exceptional distances for international games, too, it’s
Money Can’t Buy You Stones, huh? For the last six months, fans of various other clubs across England have been having their ears melted by crowing Everton fans. We were informed that, with the investment of Farhad Moshiri, that they were “f***ing rich”. The appointment of Southampton manager Ronald Koeman to replace the naïve Roberto
For some time now, it’s been quite funny in a way watching Arsenal fans react. Every summer appears to have the same scenario; The club needs a key position that could help limit the few weaknesses of the season before. The manager, Arsene Wenger, proceeds to do nothing about that problem. Arsenal have a decent
This summer, the greatest story of the last couple of decades in football – Leicester City winning the league – took place. Since then, though, it’s all become a little less enjoyable. From the ranging transfer speculation over the likes of Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez to the actual departure of N’Golo Kante, the future
In this summer of action, we have seen some pretty crazy transfers coming to the English Premier League. We expect to see more in the next month, too, but we want to take a look at four transfers we have seen so far who we believe might not be as good as they seem today.