Manchester City 3-1 Manchester United XIV Observations 1. Jose Mourinho, as expected, started with two attack minded players and parked nine others to defend the United citadel. On the 37th min Marcus Rashford ran on a counter, but soon got … Continue reading Pep Talk 27: Silva, Silva & silver hair ensure Manchester United stay mid table
I realised there is no write up on the internet on all the classy things Manchester City do / have done, that make them more aristocratic than the rest. While the Premier League media always debate around the money spent … Continue reading Pep Talk 24: Eight Classy ManCity gestures which make them invaluable to football
TOT 0-1 MCI Twelve Observations 1. The NFL game affected Wembley pitch played ordinary yet Manchester City still managed their beautiful game on that awkward surface. The tram lines were confusing even for me as viewer, so sure the players … Continue reading Pep Talk 23: Observations from ManCity’s comfortable 1-0 win away on a bad Wembley pitch
Did you know that in Pep Guardiola’s vision he divides the football field into four by three lanes? And no more than three players can be in a horizontal lane at a time? And that Pep rates Gabriel Jesus’s high … Continue reading Pep Talk 11: How Pep Guardiola hacked the Premier League / Video
Lionel Messi has excelled in every competition he has been a part of, but somehow an away match at Stoke is touted to be difficult for the Argentine forward. Around four years ago, top EPL TV pundit and journalist Andy … Continue reading Will Lionel Messi struggle in a cold, wet, windy night at Stoke?
Spain need to defy history, expectations, tiring legs and tough route to win their first ever World Cup In this preview series, there has been considerable stress on history. Whilst there is always a first time for everything, we can’t … Continue reading Can Spain inflict real pain?