Editorial


The voice of uMAXit Football. Giving our opinion on the current talking points.
  • Morning Editorial: Reiss Nelson Has The Opportunity To Shine For Arsenal

    Talented youngsters are nothing new at Arsenal Football Club, with Jeremie Aliadiere, Jack Wilshere, Theo Walcott, Jeff Reine-Adelaide and Gedion Zelalem all touted to be the next best thing, before being chewed up and spat out by the cruel nature of football. Arsene Wenger is always keen to bed these players in - often to his own detriment - but to his credit he will always offer opportunities and as he famously said in regards to Cesc Fabregas who broke into the Invincibles side at 17, "if you're good enough, you're old enough". ...

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  • Morning Editorial: Chelsea Still Rely On Eden Hazard For Creative Responsibility

    On a physical, competitive and entertaining afternoon at Stamford Bridge, Chelsea displayed two sides to their game. First came the one that doesn’t involve Eden Hazard. For the opening 70 minutes of this 0-0 draw the champions were focused, disciplined and aggressively blunt in their attacking rhythms, but overall unspectacular when needing that extra bit of magic. ...

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  • Morning Editorial: Sead Kolasinac Proves He Can Make The Difference For Arsenal

    Arsenal have been plagued in the recent past with a lack of players who can drum up some individual inspiration. No matter how talented your team is, every so often, you just need someone to get the ball at their feet and take matters into their own hands. Alexis Sanchez clearly  tops that list, and maybe Aaron Ramsey as well, but overall if the team struggle there is nobody willing to take matters into their own hands. ...

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  • Morning Editorial: Harry Kane Shines Again For Tottenham

    A team does not need silverware to show their class, although Tottenham Hotspur do crave one. Mauricio Pochettino’s men demonstrated their excellence at Wembley Stadium by swatting aside Borussia Dortmund with regal aplomb and, in the process, Harry Kane scored twice to simply enhance his reputation as one of Europe's most prolific frontmen. After another slow start, the 24-year-old has now scored four in his last two games, and six in his last four if you count international football. Every time he plays he finds the back of the net. ...

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  • Morning Editorial: Paris Saint-Germain Finally Look Ready For Champions League Glory

    It's not often you can hear a pin drop at Celtic Park on a Champions League night, but by the time Edinson Cavani stooped low to score Paris Saint-Germain’s fifth goal in a 5-0 win last night, only the noise of the French team’s travelling fans could be heard. Thousands of Scots were streaming from the stands, out into the pouring rain, in dumbfounded silence. ...

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