• Gene Feature

    The Bottom of the Premier League Table Will Provide Our Spring Entertainment This Season, Not the Top

    Can anyone stop Chelsea from winning the Premier League? You could go into depth and analyse each of the top four teams that, should, on paper stand a chance of winning the league...and Southampton. Ultimately, you'd still come to the same inevitable conclusion: no. No one, no team, no miracle can stop Chelsea from winning the Premier League this season. ...

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    Don’t Stop at Clyne! A “Winning Habit” Should Prevail in England Squad Selections

    Nathaniel Clyne was rewarded for his, and Southampton’s, fine start to the season with his England senior debut in the 3-1 victory over a lacklustre Slovenian side boasting only one genuinely exciting player, Kevin Kampl. Much has been written about England’s listless first half when, at times, they resembled a team trying to play decent pass-and-move football but watched on an ancient, scratchy VHS, limping along on dying spools. ...

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    Should Manchester United Be Concerned Over Angel Di Maria’s Dip In Form?

    Finally Manchester United had its No. 7 back. Arguably the most iconic shirt in football had been the property of pretenders since being left in the Old Trafford dressing room by Cristiano Ronaldo, but Angel Di Maria was worthy of wearing it. On his home debut Di Maria electrified United, jolting their ailing season into life with a goal and an assist in a commanding 4-0 win over Queens Park Rangers. The £60 million man followed that up with similar performances against Leicester City and Everton, single-handedly restoring the thrill to English football’s most thrilling club. ...

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    Lukas Podolski: A Failure of Scouting

    Lukas Podolski’s unhappiness with Arsenal is no secret. He couldn’t have made it more plain if he’d spent the entire international break crying and wailing, “don’t make me go back there!” in to every outstretched microphone. When players make their discomfort so widely known, it’s usually to give their manager an ultimatum: use me or sell me. How has it come to this for Lukas Podolski? ...

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