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VIDEO: Is Sánchez to blame for his failure at United?

When Alexis Sánchez arrived at Manchester United in January it was widely believed the Red Devils had pulled off a transfer masterstroke. Not only had they directly weakened Arsenal but they also beat off competition from Manchester City in the race to sign the talented Chilean. But nine months on and United’s decision to make Sánchez the best paid in Premier League history has been question...

Big problems as Seagulls forced to rely on their wings

It is apt for a team nicknamed the Seagulls to be heavily based on wing-play. With question marks still hanging over Pascal Groß’s fitness after an injury sustained in September, Brighton’s two biggest ways of getting the ball up the pitch have been their wingers: Solly March and Anthony Knockaert. They’re each involved in just over nine passes that go towards goal in the final third per 90...

Mourinho must ignore basic instinct at Stamford Bridge

English football has worn down José Mourinho. Where once he charmed, now he aggravates. Where once he conquered, now he struggles. Where once he was special, now he is unremarkable. And if reports are to be believed, his time in the Premier League could end where it began; Stamford Bridge. It is a stadium Mourinho knows intimately. The scene of so many of his crowning glories in England. Yet tomor...

How Sergio Agüero turned the tables on Jesus

Gabriel Jesus arrived on English shores as an unknown quantity in January 2017. His Manchester City debut came in a 2-2 draw with Tottenham Hotspur in a game that will be remembered as two points dropped for a dominant side. The Brazilian was introduced to the City fan base from the bench and scored, only to be denied by the linesman’s flag. Yet that was enough for City fans to be convinced the c...

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