Tottenham Face High-Pressure North London Derby

The North London Derby against Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday comes at the worst possible time for Tottenham. Coming off two consecutive 3 – 0 league defeats and a draining extra-time league cup tie in midweek, Tottenham need to raise themselves. Having opened the season with three straight wins, it’s now clear new

Per Mertesacker: Lets Trust Mikel Arteta

Former Arsenal defender and current academy manager Per Mertesacker has urged Arsenal fans to trust manager Mikel Arteta.  At the same time, he was keen to stress that the club has to set realistic expectations. The German world cup winner has a unique perspective on Arsenal’s struggles to restore its former glory. Per Mertesacker joined

Champions League Matchday One: 4 Things We Learned

The first round of matches in this season’s Champions League have come to their conclusion. While there were no surprises apart from Manchester United, we still learned a lot. Below we outline four major talking points from the first round of Champions League group stage matches.   Read: Manchester United Defeat Shows They Are Far

Champions League Group Stage Preview: Shifting Tides

The Champions League returns this Tuesday and Wednesday and for once, the group stage is interesting. Will Chelsea retain their title? Currently they’re the fourth favourites to win it at 15/2. PSG, Manchester City and Bayern Munich occupy the first three favourite spots. Below we preview four big games from the first round of Champions

England Still On Track For 2022 World Cup Goal

England beat Hungary 4 – 0 in their first competitive fixture since their disappointing Euro 2020 Final defeat to Italy. The World Cup qualifier was mired by racist chants at the Puskas Arena in Budapest. Nonetheless, England put in a creditable performance. Hungary showed in Euro 2020 that their home ground is a difficult place

Will Football Ever Learn Its Lesson?

As the final week of the transfer window begins, football looks set to reach new heights of insanity. Eighteen months ago, when the pandemic hit, it was accepted the transfer market would not be the same. Clubs would have no money and expensive wages, leading to something of a stagnation. It was thought this may