Sunday, 24 April 2016

Leicester go 8 points clear

+ The Merseyside derby + Who do neutrals want to win the Premier League?


1) Leicester go 8 points clear with a 2-0 win over Swansea


Saturday, 16 April 2016

Jonas Gutierrez wins his court case against Mike Ashley

+ Klopp the miracle worker + Player of the year nominees.


1) Jonas wins his court case



Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Pardew For England

+ Financial Ambitions and Freedom Of Speech.


Pardew For England. #AprilFools

1) Pardew For England


Back at the beginning of October, Crystal Palace were sitting fourth in the league (ahead of Leicester City on goal difference) and Alan Pardew, getting a bit carried away with his own ego, was talking up his England manager ambitions.

Fast forward six months and after picking up 3 points from 12 league games (3 draws and 9 defeats), Crystal Palace finally achieved their first league victory of 2016.  Not surprisingly, Ian Wright and all the other members of the Alan Pardew Appreciation Society were strangely quiet during this run of form, but you can rest assured that they'll no doubt be out once again in force singing Pardew's praises the next time Pardew achieves his traditional tri-seasonal five match unbeaten run. #PardewForEngland #irony

Tuesday, 12 April 2016

Wednesday, 6 April 2016

Champions League format

+ UEFA double standards and Newcastle United profits.


1) Champions League changes


When discussions about changes to the format of the Champions League format were held earlier this year, some of the big clubs were reportedly in favour of automatic qualification.  To support this argument Charlie Stillitano, co-founder of the International Champions Cup was quoted as saying...

"What would Manchester United argue?  Did we create soccer* or did Leicester create (it)?"

* #USASoccerguy #awesome

It's a stupid quote, because obviously the history of football is far bigger than any one club, not to mention the fact that neither Man United nor Leicester were part of the original line-up for the Football League back in 1888-89 which was won by Preston North End.

To be fair, Stillitano has since claimed, "I think, honestly, that was misquoted," but whatever the truth of the matter he's recently clarified his position with the following statement...

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