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Declan Ryder

The Mad Hatters

The likes of Erling Haaland, Mohamed Salah and Kevin De Bruyne will be competing in a stadium that’s stands overlook the washing lines of locals.

Ever Gunner get a better chance?

Arsenal’s 1-0 loss to Nottingham Forest officially crowned Manchester City as Premier League champions for the fifth time in six years. But how did Arsenal let their biggest rivals win so comfortably with three games still to play? The accusations of ‘bottling’ from rival fans are natural, but the reasons for such a late-season falter are of course more complex.

Scrapping for Survival 

The scrap for survival in the Premier League is always a thrilling spectacle from the neutral’s perspective, but one with potentially devastating consequences for those involved.

Klopp the problem?

So, is Klopp really at the heart of Liverpool’s rapid decline? The majority of pundits and fans alike have been reluctant throughout the season to point the finger at the manager first and foremost, proposing a variety of other factors as larger contributors. Areas such as the team’s ageing midfield and a loss of form of some of the team’s key men