Premier League Archive

Premier League: Our round nine predictions

The international break is over, hurrah, which means that club football is back, and so is our predictions. I’d like to give a big shout out to Alf for writing the tipping post last

Leno is great but the Gunners are no one-man army

As an Arsenal fan myself, I was thrilled when I heard that my club decided to sign Bernd Leno from Leverkusen to compete with Čech and Emi Martínez. Despite the deal, I still believe that

Premier League – Our round eight predictions

We all love the Premier League, no? As an Arsenal fan, with the victory against Qarabağ, I couldn’t believe that the team are winning 8 games in a row (Dan’s gonna kill me when

Why United need to play attacking football

Defensive football is atrocious. It’s bad enough that a fan of any club has to sit through the passing around of the ball at the back, but, as a Manchester United fan, with a

Premier League – Our round seven predictions

As hard as it is to believe, we are somehow already 7 weeks into the Premier League season. Feels like just yesterday I watched United beat Leicester in the first game of the season.

Granit Xhaka – a curse or a blessing for Arsenal?

As an Arsenal fan who started supporting the club from 2016, the first transfer which caught my attention was none other than Granit Xhaka, who joined the Gunners from Möchengladbach. To date, there have

Premier League: Our round six predictions

Time marches on, as does the premier league. That means once again we find ourselves doing the most regular post on this site: Premier League tipping. Last round was same old, same old, with

Premier League: Our round five predictions

After the boredom that is the international break, the official FootyFans tipping competition is back! Last round saw me do absolute shit, getting just a singular point out of a possible 20. Blake retains

“How much you wanna risk?” – An overview of Arsenal’s missing pieces of the transfer puzzle

Frankly speaking, despite the fact that Emery did bring quality players (e.g. Leno, Sokratis, Torreira) to the Emirates, as an Arsenal fan, I’d say, the club’s transfer business is all but a work in

England is failing its young talent

A move to the Premier League is so often touted as a “dream move.” And it’s a fair statement. To play in arguably the best league in the world, or at least the most watched
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