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What has happened to Dele Alli?

Reading Time: 3 minutesDele Alli has gained attention as a 19-year-old wonderkid when he dropped 19 goals and assists in the Premier League in 33 games in the 15/16 season. He was the original Phil Foden and the original English generational talent. However, as recently as 2019, his form and performances started worsening and became inconsistent. From dropping 56 goals and assists in 60 Premier League games from 2015-2017 to barely being able to create a chance from open play in 2021, what has gone wrong for Dele Alli? Let’s take a look at his injury history. According to...

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Mourinho In: Why Tottenham’s Devastating Poor Run of Form Shouldn’t Sack the Manager

Reading Time: 4 minutesWhile holding 3 fingers: “Do you know what this is? 3-0. But it also means three Premierships and I won more Premierships alone than the other 19 managers together.” This is the famous quote Jose Mourinho said to a reporter, when his United side lost 3-0 to Tottenham in the 2018 Premier League season.  Since the beginning of his illustrious career, Jose Mourinho has won over 20+ trophies, including two UEFA Champions Leagues with Porto and Inter. During that time, Tottenham have had over 12 managerial changes. They have won only one major trophy: The EFL...

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Jurgen Klopp “Concedes” The Title For This Year, But Let’s Give Him The Respect That He’s Earned

Reading Time: 2 minutesAfter Liverpool’s 3-1 loss vs Leicester in the Premier League, a reporter asked Reds gaffer Jurgen Klopp if he “conceded” the title. Justifiably so, the Liverpool manager was visibly upset when answering “yes.” The season is barely just halfway done; why is this question even coming to mind?  Why should Jurgen Klopp be pressured to concede the title with more than double-digit games remaining? The question was abrupt and unprofessional, but mostly, disrespectful. Jurgen Klopp is a world-renowned manager acknowledged by both fans and rivals alike. Just last year, he won a historic Premier League title and...

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Breaking Down The Premier League’s “Top Six”

Reading Time: 5 minutesMoney. Trophies. Consistency. These are the three key contributors to a Premier League club’s promotion into the so-called “Top-6”. In the past decade, we have seen a consistent Top-6: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, and Tottenham Hotspurs. But Spurs have not won any significant trophies – the Audi Cup does not count. Liverpool has only won one Premier League Title (since its 1992 inauguration). And Arsenal has not won the Prem since their infamous Invincibles season in 2003-2004. Manchester United and Chelsea have failed to make the Champions League regularly, unlike their past success....

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Pierre-Emile Højbjerg: The Silent Key to Tottenham’s Title Run

Reading Time: 2 minutesTottenham Hotspur are enjoying a great start to the season, sharing first place with last year’s winners Liverpool at 24 points. Tottenham’s two most important players, Harry Kane and Heung-Min Son, have been on fire this season with a combined 31 goal contributions-in only 11 games played. It seems the magic of Jose Mourinho has struck once again, as Tottenham have earned 10/12 possible points against the top 6 clubs so far this season compared to a dismal  9/30 last season. Without a doubt, the mentality has changed around the club, and Spurs are more than...

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