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Manchester United first team wages and salary 2018 Premier League 

Manchester United first team wages and salary 2018

Chris Smalling: It is a big question as to where Smalling’s future lies considering his inconsistent performances for United. The English centre back has failed to convince the United faithful that he can be a long term player with the Red Devils. It will take a drastic turnaround in form to cement his place in the current United side as the Englishman earns a questionable £80,000 per week. Antonio Valencia: The Ecuadorian has been a great servant for United over the years. He started out as a winger but failed…

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Most under-performing strikers in premier league this 2017-18 season Premier League 

Most under-performing strikers in premier league this 2017-18 season

Fernando Llorente (Tottenham Hotspur): After an impressive season at Swansea last year, Llorente was linked with a number of Premier League clubs. While Chelsea looked very likely to sign him, it was at Spurs where the Spaniard landed up in the end. Unfortunately, the former Bilbao man has managed to start only one game for the North London side and has scored only once in 13 appearances, which is certainly not what he expected. He definitely doesn’t seem to suit Spurs style as one wonders if things would have been…

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Premier league footballers who should have got themselves a transfer in January 2018 Premier League 

Premier league footballers who should have got themselves a transfer in January 2018

Joe Hart (West Ham United): Joe Hart was surprisingly loaned to Turin by Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola last season and it only demoralized him when he was loaned to West Ham this summer. After the appointment of David Moyes as the Hammers’ manager, Spanish goalkeeper Adrian has been Moyes’s man between the sticks. It must be agonizing for Hart given that he needs game time to cement his place in England’s starting XI in the World Cup and it would have been best for him had he got himself…

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Top premier league transfers of January 2018 La Liga Premier League 

Top premier league transfers of January 2018

Daniel Sturridge (West Bromwich Albion-loan): The English striker has been struggling with injuries for quite long and has struggled to capitalize on the chances given to him. West Bromwich Albion desperately need to score consistently and that is why the inclusion of Sturridge can prove very vital in their bid to escape relegation this season. Ross Barkley (Everton to Chelsea): This move almost happened last summer but due to Barkley’s uncertainty over the move, it was stalled. Barkley has struggled with injuries but is now back to full fitness and…

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Why Harry Kane must make the switch to Real Madrid: Premier League 

Why Harry Kane must make the switch to Real Madrid

Grow his reputation: As of today, Harry Kane is considered as one of the best strikers in the world. There’s very little doubt about his abilities and one can definitely say that Kane would succeed anywhere else if he wishes to. Moving to Madrid is a dream coming for most players and Kane would cherish it too. Playing for Madrid would mean playing in a different league and different set of players and succeeding with them would be a different and special achievement in itself. Better contract: Football isn’t about…

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Why Aymeric Laporte could be the best signing of January 2018 Premier League 

Why Aymeric Laporte could be the best signing of January 2018?

Defensive abilities: Manchester City have been phenomenal this season in front of the goal. That being said, they have looked a bit shaky when they don’t have the possession they crave and have struggled against a good counter attacking team. Laporte is definitely a good defensive player as he reads the game well and is very good with his positioning. Having already played 222 games at the age of 23 in the La Liga, he has a good experience at the top level and will be immensely helpful at City….

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Fastest goals in the history of English Premier League Premier League 

Fastest goals in the history of English Premier League

Dwight Yorke (1995) (13 seconds): Yorke had a sensational partnership with Andy Cole during his time at Manchester United. But before earning a transfer to United, Yorke used to play for Aston Villa. It was then that he made a record himself by scoring the fastest goal at that time. Ian Taylor sent Mark Draper clear on the right before Mark made a perfect cross to Yorke who made no mistake in converting it. The goal was scored only 13 seconds after the kick off. Mark Viduka (2001) (11 seconds):…

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Footballers who gave away the most penalties in premier league Premier League 

Footballers who gave away the most penalties in premier league

Heurelho Gomes: The current Watford goalkeeper has quite a mixed football career. Having started his career with Brazilian club Cruzeiro, Gomes had a good spell in the Netherlands. He then joined Spurs where he played for six seasons. It is safe to say that Gomes has been quite inconsistent at the back and what’s more surprising is that his decision making has led to penalties 9 times in the Premier League and this is a figure which can increase by the end of this season.   Tim Howard: Another goalkeeper…

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5 things you need to know about Manchester United’s new number 7 Alexis Sanchez Premier League 

5 things you need to know about Manchester United’s new number 7 Alexis Sanchez

  Sanchez, the actor: The Chilean is a fantastic footballer but alike his versatility on the pitch, he has some other plans to show his ability. He has already shown that he’s quite good with the piano but post retirement, Sanchez wants to become an actor and that is the reason why we see him putting lots of efforts into any sort of advertisement or video is a part of, to showcase and develop his acting skills. He wishes to act as a detective in the future but considers his…

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Manchester United’s greatest number 7s: Premier League 

Manchester United’s greatest number 7s

  Antonio Valencia: The Ecuadorian was very impressive at Wigan which earned him a transfer to United. Initially, he did wear the no.7 and although he couldn’t reestablish his Wigan form at United, Valencia did reasonably well. Having realized that he needed to be better to wear that #7 shirt, Valencia opted to wear #25 and has been doing very well recently with the Reds.   Steve Coppell: Coppell is currently the head coach of Jamshedpur FC in the ISL. Coppell played a vital role in United’s two consecutive FA…

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