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Footballers who have won player of the month award for most number of times Premier League 

Footballers who have won player of the month award for most number of times

Sergio Aguero: The Argentine has been Manchester City’s most important player ever since they were taken over by the Abu Dhabi group. He’s arguably one of the best strikers in the world and it is a blessing to witness Aguero play in the Premier League. He has been City’s messiah more than often, scoring plenty of goals for the Blues, scoring 143 goals, making him the club’s highest goal scorer. He has won the Player of the month award five times and is expected to increase this tally with time….

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Famous footballers who once supported Liverpool Premier League 

Famous footballers who once supported Liverpool

Patrick Roberts: Patrick came through Manchester City’s academy and currently plays for Celtic in the Scottish Premier league. He won the league last season with the Scottish club and is developing well under Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers. Patrick’s father has been a Liverpool supporter while his mother has always supported Everton. While there was confusion for Patrick as to whom to support, he liked Liverpool and their legend Steven Gerrard. He loved Liverpool’s FA Cup triumph over West Ham in 2006 where Gerrard scored a sensational volley. Dele Alli: Alli…

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Footballers who could win the premier league player of the year 2018

David Silva (Manchester City): The Spaniard has struggled with injuries and personal issues which have seen him not involved with City lately but no one can take away what he has offered the club. His creativity and composure on the field has Pep Guardiola’s team immensely as he has been the link more than often to connect the attacking players. His performance for the Blues deserves more recognition. Raheem Sterling (Manchester City): The Englishman has been a revolution this season for the Blues as he has been in the goals…

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Premier league teams to have the best unbeaten record at home Premier League 

Premier league teams to have the best unbeaten record at home

6) Arsenal – 1998/99, 2003/04, 2007/08 Under Arsene Wenger, Arsenal have thrice gone a season unbeaten at home. One of those seasons was the famous invincible season, when the Gunners went an entire season undefeated, home or away. At home though, they were invincible also back in ’98, Arsene Wenger’s 2nd season, when the club finished 2nd  in the premiership. After the 2003/04 invincible season, the Gunners once again repeated the undefeated at home feat in the 2007/08 season. In addition to being invincible at home, the Gunners were fairly…

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Oldest goalscorers in the premier league Premier League 

Oldest goalscorers in the premier league

10) Les Ferdinand – 37 years and 268 days (Bolton) Brother of Rio Ferdinand, Les Ferdinand himself had quite a career back in the day.  After decent spells with Newcastle and Tottenham, Ferdinand failed to settle in at one place. A solitary season with Leicester was followed by a move to Bolton, when in a game against Manchester United, Ferdinand scored a brilliant goal in the 90th minute. Though, the game ended in a 2-2 draw, Ferdinand became one of the oldest goal scorers in the league in the process….

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Pep Guardiola’s worst transfer mistakes La Liga Premier League 

Pep Guardiola’s worst transfer mistakes

Ibrahim Afellay: The Dutchman was pretty amazing with PSV in the Dutch league which prompted Pep Guardiola to sign him in 2011 for Barcelona. With a lot of expectations, the move failed to be a good one as Afellay struggled with injuries, making only 28 appearances for the Catalan club out of which 18 were as substitutes. After two loan moves to Schalke and Olympiacos, he was released by Barcelona. Martin Caceres: Caceres was Pep’s first signing at Barcelona and while he looked like an interesting prospect signed from Villarreal,…

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Football managers who have been fired the most number of times Premier League 

Football managers who have been fired the most number of times

Steve McClaren (5 times): McClaren started his career in management as an assistant to Jim Smith at Derby County. After having similar stints with Manchester Untied and England, he joined Middlesbrough as their manager in 2001 and then for the English national team in 2006. With England failing to qualify for the Euro 2008, he was sacked immediately. He then joined Twente and two years later moved to Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga. He was sacked there in 2011 and after a while he joined Derby County where he was sacked…

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Most goals scored by English players in Champions league Premier League 

Most goals scored by English players in Champions league

Andrew Cole: Cole had a phenomenal time at Manchester United and his partnership with Dwight Yorke was a special one. Courtesy their superb understanding and telepathic chemistry, both the strikers were chaotic to deal with. It was in the 1998-99 season that they had a solid impact scoring 13 goals to take United in the Champions League final. Cole was very effective in the European tournament for United, scoring 19 goals in 50 matches for the Red Devils, making it to the 5th position in this list.   Steven Gerrard:…

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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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