MCI 2-0 FUL Ten Observations 1. Other than John Stones, none of the starters vs Totts took the field today. I expected Stones to be rested and Nicholas Otamendi to start. Was surprised not to find the Argentine’s name even … Continue reading Pep Talk 25: De Bruyne, Delph & Diaz shine on a 3D performance from ManCity
A look back at the Christmas week action while Ballotelli, Berbatov, Baird, Bale, Bowyer keeps piling the goals in EPL. Third time lucky: Manchester City finally found a way to the top, albeit for five hours! The first time they … Continue reading A ‘B’usy Christmas
GW22 – a round of evenly matched games, impossible to predict and expects topsy-turvy results… I start this piece with a weird logic as to why Chelsea drew and Wigan lost. When eight of the first ten outcomes of GW21 … Continue reading Thats Why We Love EPL, So Much
Preview of EPL GW16, more importantly a game week after the unforgettable El Clasico Anyone who witnessed the carnage at the Nou Camp is bound to feel at extremes this weekend. Fans who enjoyed an exhibition of dream football, will be … Continue reading THE WEEKEND AFTER NOU CAMP
A look at the nine month long EPL 2009-2010 season – Part 1 Old is Gold team – Chelsea. At start of the season, most experts had views about how the blues were getting older. 103 goals, 86 points and an astounding 71 goal difference later, the experts are singing different tunes One man Team – Manchester United. And is the one man Rooney or Sir Alex? Everyone had views on the reds once CR7 and Carlos Tevez were offloaded. 86 goals, 85 points and a 58 goal difference later, no one dares write them off. Good Luck In Europe … Continue reading Old is Gold!