After his sacking at Everton, many questions have been raised over what Marco Silva truly brings to the table. Early signs were there in his previous spells, but after his bumpy run on Merseyside, his future in in limbo.
Having won the Champions League, Liverpool now look to add domestic glory under Jürgen Klopp and the next season is one that many across Europe are looking forward to.
Before the modern dominance of Pep Guardiola and Jürgen Klopp came the animosity between Sir Alex Ferguson and Arsène Wenger, who at their best, created the greatest managerial rivalry in Premier League history.
Delving into the story of Bolton Wanderers, a proud club that has struggled in recent years due to mismanagement from the top and ill finances.
Going through the relationship between Iceland and the Premier League and how it has paved the way for aspiring footballers from the Nordic country.
Looking back at the exploits of Mark Viduka – the forward who became a hero in the Premier League with Leeds United and Middlesbrough.
On the persistent rise of AFC Bournemouth, a club that has defied all odds to make it to where they are at the moment.
Is football becoming what it was never supposed to be? Is the sport turning into one for the elite? Are fans losing their voice to the commercial supers? This piece asks the difficult questions about the modern game.
Dissecting Jürgen Klopp’s time at Liverpool so far and proving how, despite a lack of silverware, he has been a success on Merseyside.
From Almeria to Arsenal via Valencia, Spartak Moscow and Paris Saint-Germain, the well-travlled Unai Emery has impressed wherever he has been.This piece looks at his development in his home country.
Looking at the Barcelona education of Pep Guardiola as his learnings from the Barça’s second team went on to inspire some of the sport’s greatest teams.