Posts in category Archived (16-17)

Dan Wiseman archived blogs from Season 16-17

Tottenham Hotspur – A Tale of T...

There’s no doubt in saying it – last season’s Premier League was the most incredible there has ever been. Watching Ranieri’s boys win over the hearts of football fans across the all globe whilst on their improbable path to silverware is something no football fan will ever forget – it was absolutely unbelievable from start […]

Blue Moon Rising?

If you look at the winners of the Champions League, following its re-brand 24 years ago, you can notice a startling pattern. It’s the same old faces, the same old clubs earning their successes year, after year. Real Madrid and Barcelona alone have evenly shared ten years of dominance, with the former winning the competition […]

The (not so) Special One?

After what felt like years of perpetual speculation, Martin Tyler ‘goal-gasms’ and clipboard-wielding Dutch philosophers, the heavily-anticipated Manchester United revolution finally began during this summer’s transfer window. There were seismic changes both on and off the field, with footballing colossi being added into the dressing room at huge expense – no more so than dab-merchant […]

Big Sam’s Big Future

Slovakia 0-1 England. Nothing convincing, nothing spectacular. But for Sam Allardyce, a victory in his first game as England manager – something he would have dreamed about for months. Aside from the last ten minutes, the game, and more specifically England’s performance, was relatively mundane. Genuine goalscoring opportunities were few and far between, dominant possession […]

Top 5 Apps for Football Fanatics

It’s now easier than ever before to keep up with all the latest action and news from the Premier League no matter where you are. There are countless mobile apps released for both iOS and Android that allow fans to track the progress of their favourite teams and check in on scores and fixture information […]

20th Season Syndrome

Life’s inevitabilities can come in many different formats: the gift of birth, paying taxes, our impending deaths and Arsenal failing to sign a world-class striker and truly penetrate the top four. It’s just a given that Arsene Wenger’s side will publicly outline their potential transfer targets (who this year came in the form of Gonzalo […]