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
Heading into Christmas, a look at how the top 6 EPL teams fare and what the future will hold: Manchester United = 4.75/5 + On top of the heap with a game in hand + Nani looking sharper by the … Continue reading Manchester takes out London
Tips on IKTS for GW17 If you scored less than +115 in IKTS last week, you need to follow this blog; Incase you scored more, its time you wrote a blog too! I read Steve McMahon’s (ex-Liverpool midfielder) blog, early … Continue reading Musical Chairs – Manchester vs London!
Suggestions on the UEFA Champions League Fantasy picks Personally, I rate Champions league as the best sporting extravaganza on planet earth. Never mind the winter chill, never mind the midweek, never mind the odd timings (03:45am kick off for me … Continue reading The only time FIFA beat UEFA
A Reflection on Manchester City’s 2009-2010 EPL season and an assurance to fans that the club is indeed in the right direction. It would sound funny, but Manchester City tried their best to ensure the EPL 2009-2010 trophy’s stay at Manchester, got … Continue reading Manchester City – The Sky blues are looking upwards!
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!
A look at the nine month long EPL 2009-2010 season – Part 2 Chelsea’s biggest enemy in their title challenge – The bed! As if injuries to key players like Ashley Cole, Peter Cech, Michael Essien, Didier Drogba wasn’t enough to … Continue reading Ancelloti, Blues, Chelsea, Drogba …
Recapturing the highlights of the EPL Game Week 30… Highlight of the week: While La Liga was blazing with hat-tricks from a pair of Argentine strikers, the EPL had four strikers scoring in twos – Rooney, Torres, Drogba and Pavlyuchenko. … Continue reading Adam, Romans And Gardening Leave
Looking ahead to midweek’s action in the UEFA Champions League….. The following are the views of the author and not necessarily of Goal.com. Expectations are sky high for the mid week Champions league clashes. This is surprising, because, on paper, … Continue reading Are We In For An Anti-Climax?
Preview Of Midweek’s UEFA Champions League Action… It was worth staying awake both nights a fortnight ago during the UEFA Champions League, last 16, first-leg ties. The matches had almost everything, sans controversy – which is the way football should … Continue reading Preview of Champions League 2nd Leg matches