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by Rohit Prasanth | English Premier League | 18th Dec 2013

Manchester City has the best attacking statistics this season ,finding the back of the nets 47 times in just 16 games on an average of 3 goals/game .The have around 14 shots /game record.The credits goes to the attacking front of the team Aguero and Negredo .The duo has scored 20 goals among them in the premier League and 13 coming from Aguero.Aguero picked up a calf injury during the game against Gunners where the blues won the tie 6-3.He is suspected to be out of action for 8 weeks.

by Sooraj Ramachandran | English Premier League | 16th Dec 2013

The EPL team of the week

by Tejas Ramu | English Premier League | 13th Dec 2013

They did not spend £42 million on him, he came to his beloved team on a free transfer and now according to me he is more important player than the £42 million Ozil. Mathieu Flamini’s signing is a stroke of genius from Wenger. Football is not always about glory, it is about balance and contrast. You need attacking flair and penetration as well as players who do the dirty work to win games and Flamini is just the hardman who can stand up to any physical challenge and does it gracefully.

by Malik Sumrani | English Premier League | 11th Dec 2013

It was rather surprising to see that Chelsea did not splurge in the summer transfer window to bring in a quality striker but rather chose to invest in their midfield....

by Sudeep Shukla | Football | 05th Dec 2013

As a Manchester United fan I have experienced plenty of highs in the last 20 years. The excitement of celebrating winning the Premier League or any another top trophy has become a part of life....

by Tejas Ramu | English Premier League | 28th Nov 2013

Football as we know around the world, the history of the game, the blueprints all show that it is played in a 4-4-2 formation, and sometimes with 1 striker upfront and one behind (i.e #10 role). There were the likes of Andy Cole and Dwight Yorke for United, Robbie Fowler and Stan Collymore for Liverpool, Chelsea had Eidur Gudjohnsen and Jimmy Floyd Hasselbank and Tottenham’s immediate rivals Arsenal had the fierce partnership of Thierry Henry and Dennis Bergkamp who won 4 premier league titles for the Gunners, and these are the partnerships we grew up watching to.

by Merwyn Fernandes | English Premier League | 26th Nov 2013

Goalkeeper- Mignolet (Liverpool)

Everton looked like scoring more if Mignolet hadn’t been in the goal. His performance in the Merseyside derby has once again given him...

by Sudeep Shukla | Football | 06th Nov 2013

United's performance is steadily increasing with each passing game. Following United's draw with Real Sociedad in the UEFA Champions League three other things have remain unchanged-...

by Malik Sumrani | Football | 29th Oct 2013

10 of the world’s best coaches will now come under the scanner to determine who the best amongst these fine gentlemen is and who achieved greatness for their club or country in the previous year. Let us have a look if they do stand a chance or they don’t!

by Tejas Ramu | Football | 16th Oct 2013

You just cannot stop talking about Manchester United, previous season at this stage it was the impact of Robin Van Persie and the season before that it was United’s thumping 8-2 win over Arsenal and this season it’s all gone the other way for United.

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