Talented And Troubled – Is Ravel Morrison Set To Be A Future England Star Or Potential Football Burnout?
Before Christmas, Ravel Morrison was on the verge of an England call-up and a dark horse to be picked for the World Cup squad in Brazil. Now, Morrison is on loan in the Championship at QPR. Is this down to yet another act of self-sabotage by the notoriously difficult starlet, or is Morrison perhaps the victim in this case?
Read more on what the future holds for the former Manchester United wonderkid in my latest article for Soccer Souls by clicking on the link below:
Jose Mourinho at Chelsea has been taking potshots at every rival club and manager in the past two weeks it seems. With Chelsea and City meeting in the Cup and Arsenal on the ropes at last week’s mauling to Liverpool, who if anyone would the Special One be able to rattle.
Read more including a preview of Manchester City’s Champions League’s clash with Barcelona over at my latest weekly column at Stretty News by clicking the link below:
In the 2011-12 season, Newcastle United sold star striker Andy Carroll on deadline day. Although they got astronomical value for their home-grown target man, Newcastle failed to bring in a replacement and a promising season fell flat. This term, history looks to be repeating itself, Cabaye has left for PSG for big money, but once again there has been no replacement, and the Geordies are on a bad run of late. Can they still turn it around this season?
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After demolishing front runners Arsenal this weekend, it is now impossible to deny that dark horses Liverpool are definite title contenders. Rodgers insists Champions League football is the primary goal, but the Anfield faithful will definitely eyeing higher.
Read more in my weekly column for Stretty News at the link below:
West Ham have been on a great run since the return of Andy Caroll, but with the striker already suspended and a disappointing transfer window, should fans be concerned by what Mourinho has labelled West Ham’s “19th Century football”?
Read my full article for Last Word On Sports at the link below:
With Juan Mata the only January Transfer Window signing, Manchester United have continued to struggle in the league. There has been no change in tactics by Moyes, and the Champions League places are looking further and further away. In my first article for Four Four Tweet, I ask ‘Where next for Manchester United?’
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Have written my first article for site Last Word on Sports, it takes a look at Chelsea’s recent transfers, the club’s wasteful policy, and the consequences of this considering the implications of Financial Fair Play. Read it at Last Word on Sports by clicking the link below: