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Players who are doing exceptionally well under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

5. Ander Herrera: The former Athletic Bilbao midfielder was not a regular starter under Jose Mourinho. Under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer things have drastically changed for him. Herrera is not only a regular starter but he has become one of United’s most important players on the pitch. His relentless work-rate in the midfield combined with his defensive and passing abilities have been very helpful for United. Also, his partnership with Nemanja Matic has helped Paul Pogba  to flourish while going forward and proved very profitable. 4. Anthony Martial: Martial surely had…

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5 clubs Jose Mourinho can join as his next managerial venture

Inter Milan Long before Jose Mourinho became the eccentric genius he is today, he was seen as the best manager by many Internazionale fans after they pulled off the unthinkable by claiming the 2009/10 Champions League. At present, the situation of Inter Milan has deteriorated to such extent they crave for Champions League spot rather than any genuine title fighting mindset. JulianoSpalletti is by no means an unsuccessful coach, but Nerazzurri faithful believe that he lacks the X-factor that coaches like Mourinho possess. Mourinho in his 2-year stint with Inter…

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Best forwards in premier league as of 2019

5- Callum Wilson The Bournemouth striker is currently in great form for the Cherries. Wilson is an out and out number 9 with the ideal speed, agility and power a forward should possess. With already 10 goals to his name, his numbers continue rising steadily. Wilson has also been linked with a switch to Chelsea. If the striker continues his good form, Bournemouth is going to have a really tough time keeping their main man. The 26 year old makes full use of his abilities to run in behind the…

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Best goalkeepers in Premier League as of 2019

Lukasz Fabianski Fabianski has been a different goalkeeper since the time he left Arsenal, and the recently signed West Ham No. 1 has established himself as a reliable goalkeeper. He moved from Swansea this season after the Swans were relegated. Fabianski has been a saviour for West Ham with Felipe Anderson and is already a fan favourite. Fabianski has made 3.7 saves per game and kept 4 clean sheets with 1 spot kick saved in this term. Lukasz conceded 1.48 goals per game with a tally of 86 clear cut…

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5 Premier league clubs likely to be relegated

5. Fulham The Cottagers let go of their manager SlavišaJokanovićafter what had been a disappointing start to the season despite heavy investment in the squad. But the root of the problems was in the investment itself. The club brought players aplenty but did not really address the issues. The likes of Andre Schurrle and Jean Michael Seri have impressed but only in shades. While they did bring in the Premier League winning manager in Claudio Ranieri, the club have still failed to find a rhythm. The win against Brighton was…

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Most Expensive January transfers ever

Fernando Torres- Liverpool to Chelsea £50m It stunned the Anfield fraternity when Torres decided to switch his allegiance to Chelsea in the winters of 2011. Torres never had a dull moment for the Reds, and despite his form dropping during the 2010 World Cup for Spain, Torres remained integral to any team he played in. When he moved to Chelsea, many expected him to run riot and form a lethal partnership with Drogba, but his first goal after 24 games showed other indications. Torres scored 20 goals after playing more…

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The Best January transfers in premier league history

5) Phillippe Coutinho The Brazilian arrived at Melwood as a relative unknown footballer. He had spent the majority of his time at Inter at the periphery and was deemed as a potential unfulfilled at San Siro. That was the case until Coutinho began to settle into life at the Merseyside. He became an integral part of the Liverpool setup over the next few years. Trophies though evaded him and Liverpool during their time together, Coutinho was a huge fan favourite at Liverpool. He scored some massive freekicks and long shots to…

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Footballers Pep Guardiola should have signed at Manchester City

5) Marc Andre Ter Stegen The German shotstopper has come a long way since joining the Catalans from Gladbach. Then touted as a potential top goalkeeper, Ter Stegen has indeed lived up to that and is now Barca’s undisputed no 1. Despite spending majority of his first season with Barca on the fringes playing only in the cup competitions, Ter Stegen’s performances and potential did not go unnoticed at the Etihad where Pep Guardiola had been on the search for a goalkeeper after Hart’s inability to play out from the…

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5 forwards Chelsea could go for in January 2019

Alassane Plea Not a household name in Europe, but Plea is certainly making his plea to the football Gods with his stupendous showings with Borussia Monchengladbach. €25 million it cost Monchengladbach to seal a deal from Nice, and the French striker is already one of the first names on the team sheet alongside Thorgan Hazard. Borussia sits at third place, and that is mostly due to the lethal combination of Plea and Hazard. Plea has scored nine times and assisted three times including a phenomenal 13 minutes hat trick against…

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Former Manchester United footballers who might be signed again

3. Wilfried Zaha: Zaha was quite a sensation when he came to Manchester United from Crystal Palace, signed on the insistence of Sir Alex Ferguson. Unfortunately for Zaha, he came at a time at United when Sir Alex was retiring and handing over a massive responsibility of managing a huge club like United to David Moyes. Under the Scottish manager, Zaha didn’t get enough chances and couldn’t capitalize much on the chances he received. He was loaned to Crystal Palace before they permanently signed him. Zaha has grown and developed…

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