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featurefootball4 months ago

European drama: What you can expect on the last day of Premier League

As we bid adieu to another hectic season of Premier league football, nothing is certain beyond the fact that Man City are Champions. With so much left to play for, let's take a look at which teams stand a chance to qualify for Champions, Europa and Conference League, heading into the final day.
Praj
featurefootball4 months ago

Title, relegation and European drama: Welcome to the Ligue 1’s most exciting final day in years

In what has been a certain Ligue 1 for many, many years, for once absolutely nothing is certain and it is a joy to watch. Paris Saint-Germain are, potentially, on the verge of losing their league title with the battle for European places and the relegation playoff spot going down to the final day.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball4 months ago

Title, relegation and European drama: The La Liga’s D-day threatens to be chaotic and exciting

There’s absolutely nothing like the final day of a league season but when this is the closest title race in 15 years and a superb relegation battle, it makes La Liga’s final day even better. Especially when you add in the fact that the two Madrid rivals are battling it out for the title on D-day.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball9 months ago

There's a mess at Arsenal and they're pointing the vacuum at the wrong man

Sports and Boxing Day go together perfectly hand in hand especially football and Boxing day with that infamous scorecard from 1963 giving people hope. After all, when 66 goals were scored in a single game week, people are bound to hope that something half as exciting happens.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa year ago

2020/21 Premier League Previews | Manchester United, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and the return to their perch

The 2020/21 Premier League season is back and for Manchester United, this season could make or break for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Despite hopes of a new generation, the Red Devils have had an absent transfer window and they're on the verge of either teetering off the edge or leaping across to glory.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa year ago

2020/21 Premier League Previews | Arsenal, Mikel Arteta and their fate for another brand new era

The 2020/21 Premier League season is around the corner and for Arsenal, it does mean the start of a brand new era under 'first-team manager' Mikel Arteta. The Spaniard has earned a change in title with FA Cup and Community Shield wins but now comes the real work although he may need to be patient.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa year ago

Rumours of a power shift in North London are non-existent with their best in disarray

Two weeks after a North London derby, the season is over and the final positions have been locked into the history books. St Totteringham's day will not be celebrated for a third consecutive season which has somehow sent fans of two North London sides into an emotional frenzy but does it matter?
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa year ago

Relegation drama and the battle for Europe: How the Premier League’s final day could pan out

A year’s worth of Premier League football and still nothing is certain beyond the fact that Liverpool are Champions and Norwich City are relegated. Everything else is still in contention with the battle for Champions League, Europa League and Premier League football going down to the final day.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa year ago

Chelsea and Manchester United are making moves that will tear the 'Big Six' apart

Liverpool have finally lifted their title but the question on everybody’s mind, weeks later, is what next for the league? Liverpool and Manchester City have created their teams for the future, Chelsea and Manchester United are in the stages of a long-term rebuild and the rest lag behind.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootballa year ago

Frozen, Suspended and with no end in sight but the world's bond with football thrives

‘Don’t those people need that money? Maybe, but they need football too.’ It stunned Fergus Sutter or so The English Game tells us but it could just be creative leeway. Either way, in its own way, the tv show showed just how much people depended on football before it was truly football.
Siddhant Lazar