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Has Everton’s James McCarthy Finally Won Over Ronald Koeman?

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - DECEMBER 13: James McCarthy of Everton is pursued by Francis Coquelin (L) and Mesut Ozil (C) of Arsenal during the Premier League match between Everton and Arsenal at Goodison Park on December 13, 2016 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Alex Livesey/Getty Images)

James McCarthy seems to be firmly back in Everton boss Ronald Koeman’s plans. After an injury-plagued season, the Irish midfielder put in an impressive performance in Everton’s 2-1 win over Arsenal on Tuesday night. Although it will take more than one game to win the full backing of his manager, Tuesday can certainly allow the Glasweigen to gather some momentum. …

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Manchester United: Rashford Describes What It’s Like Being Mentored By Ibrahimovic

Manchester United Rashford Zlatan

Marcus Rashford has spoken candidly about his new role at Manchester United, learning from Ibrahimovic and his dedication to becoming as good as he possible can. Rashford, of course, will always be considered a child prodigy. Manchester United’s youngest ever scorer in European competition is a tag not easily earned despite many insisting that it is the mark of someone …

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Mkhitaryan Speaks Out On His Time At Manchester United So Far


Few things have been truly remarkable about Manchester United’s season so far. Their impotency in front of goal, mediocre league performances and ambivalence towards the Europa League all seem familiar, even expected. Their insistence on playing slow, ponderous football, however, has been remarkable, especially given that they bought one of Europe’s premier attacking threats last season in Henrikh Mkhitaryan. The …

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Xherdan Shaqiri’s Double For Stoke Is Compulsive Viewing


There haven’t been many goals in the Premier League today, but Xherdan Shaqiri’s double for Stoke is certainly the talking point. The Swiss wide-man lit up a dull encounter at the KC Stadium with his delicious first, with Mark Hughes side struggling to break down a stubborn Hull side. The former Bayern Munich man worked his way onto his left …

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Opinion: Why All The Fuss Over Transfer Deadline Day?

Wolverhampton Wanderers End of Season Dinner

The countdown is on for the next transfer deadline day with football managers up and down the UK scrambling to make those final additions to their squads in the hope they’ll yield rich dividends on the pitch. Transfer deadline day has become something of a mini soap opera within a greater soap opera, with millions of pounds being lodged into …

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How Jürgen Klopp Transformed Liverpool After The Regressive Rodgers Era


Jürgen Klopp felt a shiver of footballing deja vu after Liverpool were defeated by Sevilla in the Europa League final last May. The Spanish outfit won their third successive Europa League after Coke’s quick-fire, second half brace hushed angry cries from Liverpool fans of penalties that might have been. Hopes of the club competing in Europe had been vanquished before the Reds had the opportunity …

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European Football: 6 Players Who Could Win The 2016 Golden Boy Award

SHANGHAI, CHINA - JULY 22: Daley Blind of Manchester United competes for the ball with Ousmane Dembele of Borussia Dortmund during the International Champions Cup match between Manchester United and Borussia Dortmund at Shanghai Stadium on July 22, 2016 in Shanghai, China. (Photo by Lintao Zhang/Getty Images)

With the new season rapidly approaching, we preview six young players who could win the European Golden Boy award come December. Ousmane Dembélé (Borussia Dortmund) Dembele is just one of Dortmund’s eight new signings, but could potentially be the most important in the years to come. The young French attacking midfield is capable of playing on either flank or even in …

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