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featurefootball25 days ago

Fantasy Premier League 2021/22 | Four players to help you win Gameweek 3

An average of 56 with a highest of a 145 and with a below-par 25 goals scored, it means that Gameweek 2 was far from majestic. It does mean that quite a few teams overperformed while others simply didn’t hit their standards but even then, here are four players who could help transform your week.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

Daniel Levy has been a polarizing figure at Tottenham but his chance for a legacy is upon him

As Wolves tried hopelessly to beat Tottenham on Sunday, there was a moment that changed everything in the game and the narrative surrounding the away side. Molineux stadium suddenly lit up, the 3000 odd away fans suddenly had a voice of their own and you could see the reason why.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

Fantasy Premier League 2021/22 | To sign or not to sign Romelu Lukaku; that is the question

In a world where Tottenham refuse to sell one and Manchester City refuse to play with one, Chelsea have bought not one but two strikers inside a year. The club record breaking arrival Romelu Lukaku has been added to FPL with an £11.5m price-tag which is a problem for all, so how do you solve it?
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa month ago

2021/22 Premier League Previews | Tottenham, Nuno Espirito Santo and their battle to stay relevant

The 2021/22 Premier League season is around the corner and for Tottenham, this season is their attempt to try and break back into Europe's elite. The North Londoners finished seventh in the 2020/21 Premier League season, qualified for the Europa Conference League and are under new management.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball4 months ago

Sportscafe’s 2020/21 Premier League season’s end of season awards

Eight months, a condensed 2020/21 Premier League season and it’s all over but like always it’s been one hell of a ride. It was filled with the mundane, the insane, the slightly chaotic, the absolutely incredulous, more than a billion goals and, so without further ado here’s the end of season awards.
SportsCafe Desk
featurefootball4 months ago

Jose Mourinho's redemption doesn’t lie in the future, it's in going back to his roots

Everyone knew it was coming eventually. It was bound to be, especially with the chaotic pandemic season smashing things together which meant three years felt like eighteen months, even when it had been only eighteen months. It’s why everyone expected the guillotine to drop on Jose Mourinho’s neck.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball6 months ago

Chelsea, Liverpool, West Ham and Tottenham in the battle for European glory

Make no mistake. The battle against relegation is far more interesting but since glory hunting is cooler, the battle for European glory aka the Champions League is our goal for today. With eight games left in the season, nine for those who play on Monday, who can make the cut before the bell rings?
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball8 months ago

Mauricio Pochettino could be the ideal PSG manager but it all feels like a weird mix

From the moment Paris Saint-Germain appointed Mauricio Pochettino to the moment they walked away with a 1-1 draw against Saint-Etienne since then the air around the club has felt very surreal. Not wrong or right, just surreal although that may be more down to the fact that this just feels weird.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball9 months ago

From chaos to being the perfect team in a weird year: Simeone and Atletico Madrid show that time heals all wounds

‘Why not dream of winning the La Liga?’ For most of the opening thirteen games this season, few believed it because we are, after all, only fifteen games into the season. Then came an expansive, defensive and truly dominant performance against Barcelona and suddenly it had everybody dreaming.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball9 months ago

Dele Alli is teetering wildly on the brink of being forgotten; it's time he changes that

It was like a bolt out of the blue. The chance was nothing more than a half-chance and Crystal Palace knew exactly that, which is probably why they stood off the number 20 and let him take the first touch under pressure but something in Mile Jedinak’s mind realised what was about to happen.
Siddhant Lazar