Who’s the greatest Premier League centre half of all time?

As Manchester United confirmed the £31m signing of Benfica’s Swedish centre half Victor Lindelof this week, I saw an interesting question asked by one of the MUFC fan accounts on Twitter (which I am seeing more and more of in the last year or so):

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Latest transfer round-up

As the summer transfer window is just weeks from opening around Europe, the rumours are set to fly. Who will be the blockbuster transfer this year? Who will go on strike to force a move through? Who will break the world record transfer fee? Who will be tapped up?

In this article I look at some of the biggest deals that could go through this summer.

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Why Sunderland getting relegated may actually be a good thing…

This weekend saw perennial Premier League strugglers Sunderland confirm their relegation to the Championship for the first time in a decade and, as sad as it may be for the fans that follow the club, it may actually be what they need in order to become a stronger, more consistent side in the future. Continue reading “Why Sunderland getting relegated may actually be a good thing…”

Spurs keep progressing despite their cup woes

In what is widely regarded as one of the toughest away days in the Premier League now Sam Allardyce has asserted his influence on the side, Spurs battled to a 1-0 win last night to cut the gap to leaders Chelsea back to 4 points.

Whilst Spurs’ actual performance last night was far from their best of the season, many fans would agree with me when I say that was the kind of game that they would have lost in previous seasons – especially following the FA Cup Semi-Final defeat to Chelsea on Saturday which would have undoubtedly had an effect on confidence and morale heading into the game at Selhurst Park. Continue reading “Spurs keep progressing despite their cup woes”

Ugo Ehiogu

Tottenham Hotspur Football Club confirmed that their under-23’s manager, Ugo Ehiogu, has died this morning following a heart attack he suffered at the club’s training ground on Thursday. 

At just 44 years old, Ehiogu enjoyed a career at the top of English football, representing clubs like Aston Villa for several years. 

In desperately sad times like this, Football must come together. 

R.I.P Ugo.