‘Premier League’ Category

  1. Overview of Premier League loan signings


    September 8, 2012 by Vivek Pandian

    With big money transfers such as Eden Hazard to Chelsea and Robin Van Persie to Manchester United, you could be forgiven for not noticing certain players turning out for other teams in the coming weeks. There have been some notable loan signings during the transfer window, with some teams lending their young talent out to gain exposure to first team football, while others have strengthened through loans because of low funding. Here,we will take a look at some of the notable loan signings this summer.

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  2. Deadline Day Review – The Transfers


    September 3, 2012 by Gerry Johnston

    The transfer window has closed and in the last day or two of the window, almost every Premier League club was involved in the madness, whether it was buying or selling.  It’s hardly surprising that big spending Manchester City stole the headlines, making five signings.

  3. Is it time for Jamie Carragher to gracefully retire?


    August 31, 2012 by David Bolt

    On August 2nd, Liverpool were in Belarus to play FC Gomel in a qualifying match for the Europa League. The game will be remembered for Brendan Rodgers’ first competitive game as manager of Liverpool (and his first win), but it will also be remembered as Jamie Carragher’s 700th appearance for Liverpool.

  4. Premier League Preview – Week 3


    August 31, 2012 by Gerry Johnston

  5. Premier League Review – Week 2


    August 28, 2012 by Gerry Johnston

    Another weekend of Barclay’s Premier League action is behind us and if I had to summarise it in one word I’d go with “errors”.  No less than eight of the twenty-four goals scored this weekend resulted in a defender or goalkeeper lying head in hands knowing they had made an error that had cost their team a goal.  I don’t even include Benoit Assou-Ekotto’s goal in this.  That was just bad luck.  The eight I am talking about include defenders being caught in possession, bad back passes, bad goalkeeping and bad communication between defenders and goalkeepers.  All eight were down to bad play, pure and simple.  I know it’s early in the season but at the money these players are earning, I don’t think fans want to hear about it taking a few weeks to settle in.

  6. Premier League Week 2 Preview


    August 25, 2012 by Gerry Johnston

    The Premier League 2012/13 season started with a bang last week and there are a few mouth watering games to look forward to this weekend. It is still very early in the season but in terms of momentum and confidence these games are massive. Any team who is undefeated through the first two games will be feeling pretty good about themselves and the fans will be right behind them, a team who still hasn’t picked up a win are in a different place entirely. Confidence will start to dwindle and the fans will start getting twitchy.

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