Trent Alexander-Arnold doesn’t fit in this England team, but why?

Trent Alexander-Arnold is perhaps one of Liverpool’s most important players, in Jurgen Klopp’s system. A genuine world-class full-back at the age of 23 but him and his national team haven’t clicked – yet. Whether it be the system or his performances the scouser has been a letdown for his country, compared to the extremely standardsContinue reading “Trent Alexander-Arnold doesn’t fit in this England team, but why?”

Cole Palmer: The Manchester City youngster who is set to explode

Manchester United’s infamous ‘Class of 92’ took the football world by absolute. The likes of Garry Neville, Paul Scholes and David Beckham all coming through is simply absurd and probably won’t happen again. Nevertheless, Manchester City are currently doing their best to replicate it and midfielder Cole Palmer is the jewel in a star-studded crop.Continue reading “Cole Palmer: The Manchester City youngster who is set to explode”

England vs Andorra: World Cup Qualification – Preview

Gareth Southgate’s squad are back together for the third time in as many months as they prepare to face Andorra, again, in qualification for the 2022 World Cup. Where to watch: England will be in action away at Andorra, with only a limit amount of away fans available to watch in person. For those atContinue reading “England vs Andorra: World Cup Qualification – Preview”

England World-Cup qualification announcement – 30/09/2021

Today, Gareth Southgate announced his latest Three Lions squad ahead of next months international break. England first travel to Andorra for their clash on Saturday October 9th and then face Hungary at Wembley the following Tuesday. Southgate’s side played both sides in the last international break winning 4-0 in both encounters. The Hungary game wasContinue reading “England World-Cup qualification announcement – 30/09/2021”

Is Jack Grealish really justifying the price-tag Manchester City paid for him?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past three or four months, it’s widely known that on Friday 30th July Manchester City activated a clause in Jack Grealish’s contract that allowed the Aston Villa captain to leave to a Champions League club. The catch was the price-tag, £100 million. City went through withContinue reading “Is Jack Grealish really justifying the price-tag Manchester City paid for him?”

England silence racist Hungarian crowd – England 4-0 Hungary – Match Review and Player Ratings

For the first time since the EURO 2020 final, the England squad were back together but this time not for European Championships but qualifiers for next year’s World-Cup in Qatar. England travelled across to Hungary into a racist filled crowd, who booed the knee and constantly abused black England players. Simply disgusting, but the ThreeContinue reading “England silence racist Hungarian crowd – England 4-0 Hungary – Match Review and Player Ratings”

Spanish football is no longer the summit – English football is once again back on top

This week UEFA announced their three nominations for their Player of the Year award (POTY). All three were from England’s top division. Ngolo Kante (Chelsea FC), Jorginho (Chelsea FC) and Kevin De Bruyne (Manchester City FC) all beat out the likes of Lionel Messi, Robert Lewandowski and Cristiano Ronaldo for a spot on the podium.Continue reading “Spanish football is no longer the summit – English football is once again back on top”

A letter to Gareth Southgate and the England squad ahead of the EURO 2020 final

So here we are, we have made our first major final for the first time in 55 years. Firstly, the whole nation would like to give our thanks for the joy the squad has brought us over the past month, it’s certainly been one to remember. But, it’s not over yet. This team, has alreadyContinue reading “A letter to Gareth Southgate and the England squad ahead of the EURO 2020 final”

Harry Kane shines as England beat Ukraine 4-0 in EURO 2020 quarter-final

For the first time ever, England have made back-to-back semi-finals in major international tournaments. Gareth Southgate’s side finished fourth at the Russia 2018 World-Cup, losing out to Croatia in the semi-final. However, The Three Lion’s are back in the final four, thanks to a stellar display against Andriy Shevchenko’s Ukraine. This came just five daysContinue reading “Harry Kane shines as England beat Ukraine 4-0 in EURO 2020 quarter-final”

Why a disappointing group stage could result in glory for England

Many England fans, including myself, have made their feelings clear on England’s group stage performances at this summer’s European Championships. They’re not best-pleased. Yes, they have been poor, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a sign of things to come and history, at major international tournaments, proves that. We tend to remember specific moments ofContinue reading “Why a disappointing group stage could result in glory for England”