When Jose Mourinho left Manchester United towards the end of 2018, the talk was that Paul Pogba would soon again pick up his tools. Though talk of him not performing intentionally for United due to a distaste for Mourinho always seemed fanciful, he’s been one of the best players in the country in 2019. However,
When Fulham were promoted to the Premier League, their swashbuckling style and impressively cobbled together side was a prominent example of what can happen. With a bit of planning and a lot of preparation, great success can come from keeping a squad together. Instead, Fulham were judged to have ‘won the transfer window’ they lashed
In the winter, Belgium and Manchester United striker Romelu Lukaku caused a stir when he openly praised Juventus. The Old Lady of Turin was seen as a potential destination for him back then, before falling out of favor at United. Now, if rumors are to be believed, Lukaku could find himself placed even further down
For some time now, England international Phil Joes has felt like a player to be maligned. Inconsistency has long been a part of his game, but with over 200 appearances for Manchester United at the age of 26, it’s fair to say that he is doing something right. Signing eight years in 2011, the England
As one of the most spoken about youth talents most fans have never seen play, Callum Hudson-Odoi feels like a near-daily discussion. The fact that a club the size of Chelsea are spending so long talking about a youth prospect shows you just how talented he is, but also how bad the situation has gotten.
When Brazilian international Fernandinho was ruled out for Manchester City, many neutral observers shrugged. City fans, though, bit their nails: they know how important he is to this Pep Guardiola side. 3 losses in 4 soon followed, and his return to the side has coincided with a mass upturn in results, goals, momentum and quality