This season has been an unprecedented season for so many different reasons. As previously discussed in my blog post, which can be found here; https://ayyazmalik.com/2021/01/09/a-season-like-no-other/. This season has been an unusual one to put it mildly. In the English Premier League, there has been some normality that’s returned as Manchester City seem odds on toContinue reading “The hangover”
Category Archives: Premier League
Klopp the unstoppable Jurgen-aught?
He came to English shores as something as a phenomenon. Touted for Manchester United, amongst other jobs and even earmarked by Sir Alex himself. So when Jurgen Klopp agreed to come to Liverpool manager after he came out of a sabbatical, The Merseyside club celebrated this monumental coup of getting one of club footballs hottestContinue reading “Klopp the unstoppable Jurgen-aught?”
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The match made in heaven?
Love, is a very special thing when you are able to feel it in its entirety. Whether it be the appreciation, or the support, love is a magical thing. Premier League giants Manchester City were too in love. They though were yearning for love. That love and support was what they craved so dearly, inContinue reading “The match made in heaven?”
The old London bus
There’s that saying, of the old London bus, nothing for ages then two come at once, this saying has become very popular in football too. With Liverpool’s football team, it proved to be the case of the old London bus. When The Reds beat Crystal Palace 7-0 at Selhurst Park, a ground which is arguablyContinue reading “The old London bus”
Chelsea sack Frank Lampard
Chelsea manager Frank Lampard, has been sacked after 18 months in charge at Stamford Bridge. Former midfielder Lampard who took over the reigns in West London after the departure of former boss Maurizio Sarri, leaves his role with the club ninth in the Premier League. It’s been reported that former PSG manager Thomas Tuchel, isContinue reading “Chelsea sack Frank Lampard”
Saturday fourth round FA Cup round up
Southampton, knocked out holders Arsenal with a 1-0 win against The Gunners. South Coast club Southampton, who last won the FA Cup in 1976, were full value for their win against an Arsenal side who have been in good form of late. The visitors were missing star forward Pierre Aymerick Aubameyang due to personal reasons,Continue reading “Saturday fourth round FA Cup round up”
Debruyne out for six weeks for City
Manchester City have been rocked by the news that star midfielder Kevin De Bruyne for six weeks with a hamstring injury, news which was confirmed by manager Pep Gaurdiola. The Belgian playmaker has been a crucial player for The Citizens this season, the 29-year old has three goals and an impressive 15 assists this season.Continue reading “Debruyne out for six weeks for City”
Liverpool are in a crisis?
They’re in unchartered territory, a place where they haven’t been for some time, but it can be argued that Liverpool are in very poor form. With last night’s 1-0 defeat to Burnley taken in to consideration too, a home defeat which was there first in the league since 2017. Plus the fact that The RedsContinue reading “Liverpool are in a crisis?”
Liverpool vs Manchester United preview
Tomorrow’s top of the table clash between Liverpool and Manchester United will be the first time in more than 20 years, that these two arch-rivals will be squaring off as first and second in the table. The rivalry might have died in recent years it could be argued. With United top of the league andContinue reading “Liverpool vs Manchester United preview”