N'Golo Kante

Why N’Golo Kante is a deserving winner of the Premier League’s end-of-season awards

For the second time in recent weeks, N’Golo Kante won a two-horse race on Monday. Having already beaten Chelsea team-mate Eden Hazard to the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) Player of the Year prize, the France international was announced as the winner of the Football Writers’ Association’s (FWA) equivalent award, with Hazard named as runner-up and

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during the Barclays Premier League match between Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur at the King Power Stadium on August 22, 2015 in Leicester, United Kingdom.

Kyle Walker Out At Spurs

Usually, when a player is one of the finest in the country in his position, selling him sounds like madness. Usually, when a club is in the finest position it’s been in decades, selling the best players becomes a terrible idea. However, this summer, we might just see Tottenham Hotspur test that theory with the

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4 Premier League Players About to Explode

This season has felt like quite a breakout moment for many players in the Premier League. With plenty of players beginning to get the kind attention they always were capable of, it’s been an interesting year for some players about to make that major breakthrough. Looking ahead to next season, though, who are some of

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Who’s Down in England Town?

This weekend, we could see some pretty pivotal movement in the relegation battle at the tail end of the Premier League. With one more loss likely to send down Sunderland given they are ten points adrift (albeit with a game in hand), we could see the first side relegated this weekend. However, the likes of

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Rating the Top Four Chances

So, as the final weeks of the season come into focus, and with most teams having 4-5 games left to play, things are heating up. While Tottenham and Chelsea have left the rest of the league behind, this means just two slots are open for four teams to cram into. Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United

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