Why This Is The Best Time To Watch Premier League

I was a fan of the Barclays Premier League from a tender age of 10. I grew up watching Chelsea’s dominance under Jose Mourinho, the legendary Sir. Alex Ferguson steering Manchester United, Liverpool registering a historic win against AC Milan in the Champions League and much more. The late night dates with the 2008 edition

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Boring United, Happy Manager?

After a series of three successive 0-0 draws, Manchester United were back among the goals as they beat a defensive West Bromwich Albion side, with Jesse Lingard’s curler from outside the area the highlight from the game. Juan Mata made it 2-0 from the spot, with a lot of question marks asked about Louis Van

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BPL: Manchester Derby Ends As A Dull And Deadlocked Affair

Gameweek 10, Old Trafford: Manchester United and Manchester City played out a dull and drab but physical and highly competitive goal-less draw in the first Manchester Derby of the season, with both teams devoid of any attacking threat. The 170th Manchester Derby rightly earned to tag of the being the first goal-less derby in the

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Manchester United Reach Top Of The Barclays Premier League

Gameweek 7, Old Trafford: Manchester United climbed above their City rivals, Manchester City to the summit of the Premier League table after a comprehensive 3-0 victory against table bottom clad Sunderland. The Reds buoyed by City result After picking up momentum with victories against Southampton last weekend and Ipswich Town in the Carling Cup during midweek,

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Martial Arts From Manchester United Take Them to 2nd Spot

Game week 6, St.Mary’s: Manchester United moved into 2nd position in the Barclays Premier League with a win against Southampton, with new boy Anthony Martial scoring twice on his full debut for the club. Rooney gets back in the fold: The pre-match headlines were dominated by former Southampton and United left back Luke Shaw’s tragic

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Swansea City Continue To Give United The Blues!

Swansea City vs Manchester United, Gameweek 4, Liberty Stadium, Wales: Manchester United lost their third consecutive game against Gary Monk’s Swansea City by the same scoreline 2-1, to end their unbeaten campaign and slip 5 points behind league leaders, Manchester City! Ending the Welsh menace Loius Van Gaal’s 50th game as in-charge saw his Red

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Sports Tweets Of The Week: Michael Clarke Bids Adieu

In this edition of sports tweets of the week, we take a look at the renewal of the English Premier League 2015. As exciting as that is, we also take a look at the retirement of Aussie icon Michael Clarke. Many a tear was shed upon his retirement and a few prominent stars took to

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Kyle Walker hands Manchester United a lucky start

Manchester United started the Premier League 2015 season with a dreary and narrow win, all thanks to Kyle Walker’s  22nd minute own goal.   After a combined £83.1m recruitment drive and a comprehensive pre-season campaign, the new look Manchester United started their campaign at Old Trafford against Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham. Louis Van Gaal’s gave debuts

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Football Weekly #18: Newcastle United Beat The Drop

Survival Sunday is one of the days that many fans look forward to. Although Hull City were the unfortunate collateral damage, the day provided decent entertainment. The past week also saw Juventus, Barcelona and Bayern Munich officially christened as league champions in their respective domestic leagues. All eyes however are on Real Madrid, with the

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Football Weekly #14: Everton Slay Manchester United

Manchester United have failed to breath new life into the title race following their 3-0 humbling to Everton. Meanwhile, Chelsea moved tantalizingly close to their first Premier League title since 2010. While the title seems to be in the bag and the top half of the table more or less decided, we take a look

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