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Liverpool’s possible summer 2018 transfer targets

5) Jack Butland (Stoke City) While Loris Karius has impressed off late for the Reds, there are still doubts about his ability to sustain at the highest level whereas Mignolet, on the other hand, looks set to exit Anfield this summer. Therefore, Liverpool definitely will be in the market for a top notch goalkeeper. Their search should end in the Premier league itself where a player of Jack Butland’s unimpeachable talent will likely be available for a transfer. The England international has been in fine form this season though his…

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Why Willian must be the most important signing for Manchester United next season?

He is consistent Willian isn’t your Eden Hazard or Cristiano Ronaldo or Lionel Messi, but he is a talented player with sublime feet and excellent work rate. He has been in Chelsea’s books since 2013, and has won two Premier League titles. Even when he isn’t able to find spaces or reduced to bits and parts, he always looks for the ball and retains possession, a trait that also enables him to play on the left side of midfield. He was a hit with Mourinho because of his underrated ball…

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The best siblings to have ever played in the premier league Premier League 

The best siblings to have ever played in the premier league

1) Gary and Phil Neville The Neville brothers became the first brothers to play together when the duo graduated from United’s famous Class of ’92 batch. They went onto enjoy unprecedented success winning numerous premier league titles, while also bagging a UEFA Champions league title defeating Bayern in that dramatic final of ’99 in Barcelona. On one hand where Gary Neville was a fixture in the right back position for the Red Devils, Phil was more of a squad player due to his versatility. Phil left United for Everton where…

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Premier league footballers who are certain to leave if their club gets relegated this season Premier League 

Premier league footballers who are certain to leave if their club gets relegated this season

7) Jonny Evans(West Bromwich Albion) Chased by some of the top Premier league clubs, it is hard to vision Evans playing for a second tier club. The former Manchester United man was a wanted figure in the transfer market this past January as well, but decided to stay put. After being let go off by United due to his inconsistency, Evans has re-established his career at the Hawthorns. With West Brom’s relegation now official, it is only a matter of time before Evans signs up with a new club. 6)…

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Why Mohamed Salah is on par with Ronaldo and Messi this year Premier League 

Why Mohamed Salah is on par with Ronaldo and Messi this year

5) Performances Like Messi and Ronaldo, Salah has time and time again proved his resilience for Liverpool. The Egyptian has scored a massive 31 goals and has already bagged PFA’s player of the year award for 2018. The manner of his displays has undoubtedly set him apart from the likes of Hazard in the Premier league but also has drawn immense comparisons with Ronaldo and Messi. If the Reds were to defeat Real in the final in Kiev, there is no saying that Salah wouldn’t win the Ballon D’Or. 4)…

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Why Jose Mourinho needs to win the FA Cup 2018 Premier League 

Why Jose Mourinho needs to win the FA Cup 2018

Antonio Conte rivalry: The feud between Jose Mourinho and Antonio Conte was no secret. Both the manager lashed out at each other in their respective conferences. Chelsea were going through a bad run at that moment and it only fueled the fire more between the two managers. Manchester United did amazingly well in the reverse fixture this year when they came back from 1-0 down to win the game against Chelsea at Old Trafford. It was a master class by Jose Mourinho and he will be itching to do the…

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The next generation of Manchester United Youth players

Andreas Pereira: The Brazilian is a very exciting prospect in the midfield. Currently on loan at Valencia, Pereira is impressing even after having a mixed campaign with the Spanish club. He is versatile and can play in different roles as and when needed in the midfield. But perhaps this is what goes against him. He needs to fix a position for to regularly play in and then master it which will certainly help under the reign of Jose Mourinho. It is interesting to see how the Brazilian does once he…

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Best of Arsene Wenger’s signings at Arsenal

Cesc Fabregas: Cesc was signed by Arsenal in the summer of 2003 and brought into the Arsenal youth team. The Spaniard developed beautifully, growing in to an amazing midfielder with time. His passing and creative abilities were a boon to Arsenal especially after the departure of Patrick Vieira. He captained the Gunners at the age of 21, making 306 appearances in total for them and scoring 59 goals in the process and assisting in 91 other goals. Robert Pires: The Frenchman was brought to Arsenal from French club Olympique Marseille…

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Why there will never be another invincibles team like Wenger’s Arsenal

Competition around: It was unbelievable what Arsene Wenger did with his ‘Invincbile’ squad. Going unbeaten in a season is a very difficult task and having achieved that takes a lot of efforts. Football has changed a lot since Arsenal went unbeaten. Teams are more focused now on not conceding rather than scoring. The counter attacking style has only got strong. Teams have shown that it is not impossible to beat a stronger team with the analysis and study around and it sure does take loads of efforts to go unbeaten….

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Premier league players who should not have been in the PFA team of the year 2018

Marcos Alonso: It is true that the Spaniard has been effective for Antonio Conte on the left side of the pitch but it is also true that Alonso has struggled with consistency. On his day, Alonso is a wonderful contributor both in the attack and in the defense. But it is a stretch to say that he has been the best left-back this season in the league. Left backs like Ben Davies and Ashley Young have been equally effective as Alonso was. In fact, make-shift left backs like Young and…

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