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Monday Manager: Talking Points

Monday Manager: Talking Points

We review some of the key talking points from Gameweek 9 in the Premier League.    Enter Sterling-Bony I anticipated that the power vacuum left by David Silva and Sergio Aguero would be a crippling blow to their campaign on both home and European fronts, but City cruised to a 5-1 victory over Bournemouth at little more than

Monday Manager: Talking Points

We review some of the key talking points from the weekend’s Premier League action, with particular focus on Daily Fantasy Football.   City On Cruise Control With fixtures against Watford, Palace and West Ham to come over the next few weeks, it’s difficult to see any halt in momentum from the streamlined freight train that is Manchester

Ashley Young of Manchester United is challenged by Ayoze Perez of Newcastle United during the Barclays Premier League match between Manchester United and Newcastle United at Old Trafford on December 26, 2014 in Mancheste

Which Premier League players have been most effected by a position switch?

The 2014/15 season has seen the emergence of formations such as 3-5-2 and 5-3-2 gaining increased traction and popularity among several Premier League managers. As a result, many players are taking up new roles and positions on field to varying degrees of success. If implemented correctly, many of these positional changes can be used to

Raheem Sterling missed England's last game citing fatigue

Raheem Sterling: Tired, but no less effective

Youngster has started the season off in great form for Liverpool. Raheem Sterling caused a stir on Sunday night after dropping to the bench for England’s Euro 2016 qualifier against Estonia due to tiredness. Pundits like Alan Shearer rubbished the idea that a teenager could be feeling fatigued after playing just 45 minutes against San

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