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Roy Hodgson

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The leading contenders in the Premier League managerial sacking race

November 22nd, 2018 by

Although Christmas is thought to be a joyful occasion for many, it can be an incredibly stressful time for Premier League managers across the country, especially for those struggling at the start of the new season. With some clubs potential looking at a January shakeup, who are the three Premier League managers leading the relegation race with the bookies? Mark Hughes is the current favourite in the sackrace betitng odds…

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Premier League Previews & News
  • Harry Maguire Transfer News – Premier League Top 6 Battle it out: Next Club Odds

    Harry Maguire Transfer News – Premier League Top 6 Battle it out: Next Club Odds

    Leicester City and England defender Harry Maguire is being linked with a move away from the King Power Stadium this summer, with the Premier League’s top clubs all seemingly interested in signing the player. With Vincent Kompany announcing that he is leaving Manchester City and Pep Guardiola in the market for his replacement, Maguire seems to fit that bill perfectly …Read More »
  • Premier League Attendances 2018-19 – How full was each stadium?

    Premier League Attendances 2018-19 – How full was each stadium?

    Manchester City have been crowned the Premier League champions again, but which Premier League fans filled their teams stadium the most? We take a look at the average attendances as a % of the stadium’s capacity below. It was another tremendous season in England’s top flight, with the title race going down to the last game of the season and …Read More »
  • Wilfried Zaha Wants Champions League Football: Next Club Betting Odds

    Wilfried Zaha Wants Champions League Football: Next Club Betting Odds

    Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha has rocked the club by stating he wants to leave to play Champions League football, putting some of Europe’s biggest clubs on high alert.  Zaha is in his second spell at Crystal Palace, after failing to make an impact when he signed for Manchester United 2013. Sir Alex Ferguson made that signing but retired shortly …Read More »
  • Everton Fans bump into Liverpool fans at Lime Street Station

    Everton Fans bump into Liverpool fans at Lime Street Station

    Everton played Tottenham Hotspur in London on the last day of the season, and their train arrived back in Liverpool, just as some Liverpool fans were making their way home from Anfield. You can guess what happened next. After Liverpool’s failure to win the league title thanks to Manchester City’s win at Brighton, the Everton fans made their feelings perfectly …Read More »
  • Man City Fan Throws PINT on Gary Neville at Brighton

    Man City Fan Throws PINT on Gary Neville at Brighton

    Manchester City won the Premier League title at Brighton yesterday, but one City fan took things too far when Gary Neville appeared outside the stadium after commentating on the match for Sky Sports. There are always a few fans that take things too far, as we seen when a Liverpool fan pushed a local into a Barcelona fountain, but on …Read More »
  • Everton fans were RIGHT to celebrate draw vs Liverpool

    Everton fans were RIGHT to celebrate draw vs Liverpool

    Everton fans were widely criticised for celebrating a 0-0 draw in the Merseyside derby back in March ‘like they’d won the World Cup’, but if Manchester City win the Premier League title today, it will be because of that draw at Goodison Park. Since that 0-0 draw, Liverpool have won every Premier League game to get within a point of …Read More »

A dive too far from Wilfried Zaha?

December 31st, 2017 by

Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha has once again hit the headlines, but this time for all the wrong reasons. The Ivory Coast international was the centre of a controversial diving incident reported in the recent face-off between the Eagles and Manchester City.   Zaha’s noticeable act of simulation won his side a penalty late on against the current Premier League leaders, and had Luka Milivojevic’s spot-kick not been saved by Ederson…

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Has Wilfried Zaha brought Palace back from the dead?

November 19th, 2017 by

Many among the English top-flight believed Crystal Palace had little fight left in them after suffering a tumultuous start to the 2017/18 campaign. They looked to be a side totally deprived of any form of aggression, determination or hope.   After losing Frank de Boer just four games into the current Premier League campaign, and subsequently picking up the less than inspiring choice of Roy Hodgson in his place, Crystal…

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Is there any way back for Crystal Palace this season?

October 3rd, 2017 by

The 2017/18 Premier League campaign has proven one of utter disappointment for the dejected Eagles faithful. Although the club were met with a set of great expectations under Frank de Boer this summer, they now languish at the bottom of the table without a single point to their name with none other than Roy Hodgson watching on from the side-lines.   Down at Selhurst Park, the situation seemingly goes from…

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Roy Hodgson: The wrong man for the job at Crystal Palace?

September 26th, 2017 by

Crystal Palace currently represent something of a club in crisis. Although the impending threat of relegation feels some way off for the Eagles right in the here and now, it remains to be seen whether or not the determined South Londoners really have what it takes to maintain their Premier League status for yet another season of successful top-flight football.   With Frank de Boer already forced to pack his…

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Who should replace Roy Hodgson as the next England manager?

July 2nd, 2016 by

England ultimately proved nothing short of an absolute disaster in France this summer with all things fairly taken into account. The players looked totally void of ideas inside the final third whilst their manager seemed equally unimaginative tucked away on the side-lines with little to show for his efforts.   Euro 2016 has therefore turned out to be a tournament to forget for England, but in light of the recent loss to…

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Twitter fans react as England begin Euro 2016 in less than convincing style…

June 12th, 2016 by

Although England’s ultimate fate among Euro 2016 certainly remains far from decided right in the here and now, last night’s disappointing draw with Leonid Slutsky’s Russia nonetheless proved a major point of contention for all those Three Lions supporters determined to see their nation finally succeed upon the international stage.   In light of England’s sheer lack of conviction against a rather forgettable Russian outfit – who let’s face it,…

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