Alex is an English Graduate from Bournemouth University. He is an aspiring sports journalist who is currently writes for 90min, as well as having several other pieces of work featured on Yahoo and in local newspapers. As an avid sports fan, Alexâs main area of expertise is football and is happy to discuss anything related to the beautiful game, even though his allegiances lie with Arsenal.
Only in the world of football could a man go full cycle of turning from hero to villain, and then back to hero again in just under a 12-month period... Like so many things in life, football moves on, and it seems that on the evidence of the reaction to Palace's win over Chelsea, the game is willing to accept Allardyce once again.
A Look Into The Future? Why Bournemouth's Management Of Wilshere Offers Hope To Injury-Prone Players
If Bournemouth and Wilshere can continue to demonstrate it's success, then it's highly plausible that many clubs will reconsider how they run their training sessions, as the focus shifts away from collective fitness and more onto improving each individual's tolerance.
22/03/2017 17:13 GMT
The situation at the bottom could well alter before the end of the season, however, should the current trend continue, then many of us will need to warm up that humble pie and concede that there may be some sense behind switching managers after all.
16/03/2017 12:21 GMT
Wenger may have lost his winning mentality, but he is by no means deluded or clueless as some have stated. He is by far one of the smartest men in football and whilst Arsenal fans reserve the right to protest, the team's manager does not deserve to be so regularly insulted by those he has served so loyally for two decades.
16/02/2017 11:37 GMT
What Payet's shenanigans have ultimately done is avert critical eyes away from the team's performances on the pitch, not to mention ease fears about Bilic's future. With no so called star player, there will inevitably be less media attention around the squad and the need to appease Payet with positive results will also be absent.
20/01/2017 15:55 GMT
Chelsea may have only won their last three matches 1-0, but their ability to protect leads is the main reason they are so far ahead. The fact that they have won five of their last six matches by a one goal margin underlines the importance of their solid backline.
22/12/2016 16:39 GMT
How Can Sanchez And Ozil Sign New Arsenal Deals When There's An Elephant In The Room At The Emirates?
Until Wenger's future becomes clearer, it's unlikely that either Ozil and Sanchez will sign new deals. As the team's best players, they deserve to know what the future holds for the club, but the reality is that no-one knows what Arsenal will look like as of next June.
15/12/2016 17:08 GMT
Replacing Sir Alex Ferguson was never going to be easy. Three years on from the Scots departure from Old Trafford and it still feels like there is a gaping hole at Manchester United. The charismatic Jose Mourinho is the latest manager who appears to be drowning under the enormous weight of expectation.
01/12/2016 16:26 GMT
Arsene Wenger will have left Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon with mixed feelings after his side snatched a late draw. Arsenal's performance was peculiar to say the least. Having headed into the match as slight favourites, they struggled for any fluency and looked bereft of ideas for much of the game.
23/11/2016 13:08 GMT
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