Heurelho Gomes (Watford) – Didn’t think I’d see the day old butterfingers got in a team of the week, but after a decent showing against United he’s the best of an average bunch. Seamus Coleman (Everton) – Under-rated and as Irish as they come. Basically the Ronan Keating of football. Should have done a jig… Continue reading TOTW #5
Back in 2002, whilst most 16 year olds were sitting their exams and playing snake on their old school Nokia’s, Wayne Rooney’s wonder goal against Arsenal was quickly carving his legendary status overnight. Fast forward 14 years and there’s a new kid on the block, 18 year old Marcus Rashford has emerged from Uniteds youth… Continue reading From Rooney to Rashford: Transition time for United and England.
Artur Boruc (Bournemouth) – Made some key saves to keep a clean sheet. Not sure how much he knew about them but he saved them nonetheless. Joel Matip – A composed Liverpool defender who’s good on the ball, well I never. Kyle Walker (Spurs) – Who are you and what have you done with the… Continue reading TOTW #4
The transfer window always throws up plenty of thrills, spills and dodgy deals. This window though has been more wacky than El Hadji Dioufs dress sense, and Harry Redknapp’s not even been involved. For the first time Premiership clubs spent over a billion squid in what has been the most overpriced and out of control… Continue reading Best and Worst of the Transfer Window.
Michel Vorm (Spurs) Kept Spurs in it and helped gain a point with some great saves and cracking slide tackles. Could be a character in the film Small Soldiers. Hector Bellerin (Arsenal) He’s quicker than a soapy nudist on a slip ‘n’ slide. Whizzed down the right causing constant threat. Wes Morgan (Leicester) Dominant display… Continue reading TOTW #3
Wayne Hennessey (Palace) Made some good saves to keep Spurs at bay for most of the match. Gets the nod over Ben Foster for conceding one less goal. Michael Keane (Burnley) It’s easier to keep a Taylor Swift & Donald Trump sex tape quieter than it is Liverpool’s front 3 but Keane did so with… Continue reading TOTW #2
1 game down of the Premier League season and you’d be forgiven for thinking Arsenals season was over already. Following their opening day defeat to Liverpool, questions have been raised about the capability of Arsene Wengers side to mount a serious title challenge this season. A substandard effort last year and failure to deliver… Continue reading Buy or Bye – Crunch time for Wenger.