One to Watch: Tottenham Hotspur’s Josh Onomah
Feb08

One to Watch: Tottenham Hotspur’s Josh Onomah

On Wednesday afternoon, Tottenham Hotspur’s 18-year-old wonder-kid Joshua Onomah put pen-to-paper on a new contract which keeps him at the club until 2020. The highly-rated midfielder signed a new deal only last summer, but Spurs have improved and lengthened it to 2020 to ward off interest from clubs such as Manchester City, Chelsea and Liverpool. He has already featured a number of times this season for the first team, and, at such a...

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One to Watch: Bayern Munich’s Kingsley Coman
Jan28

One to Watch: Bayern Munich’s Kingsley Coman

Pep Guardiola has made some brilliant signings during his tenure at Bayern Munich. But one who could prove to be the best is young attacking midfielder Kingsley Coman. At the tender age of 19, he is already a full France international and has already played for three European giants; Paris Saint-Germain, Juventus and Bayern Munich. During these spells, he has won seven trophies, as well receiving a runners-up medal in last...

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One to Watch: Manchester United’s Paddy McNair
Jan22

One to Watch: Manchester United’s Paddy McNair

Currently fifth in the Premier League, out of the Champions League and the League Cup, it’s safe to say Manchester United’s season hasn’t gone exactly to plan. However, despite inconsistency and a lack of goals on the pitch, one aspect the Red Devils do have going for them is their defensive record. When Louis van Gaal was appointed, one of his main aims was to tighten up what was an incredibly leaky defence under...

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One to Watch: Manchester United’s Andreas Pereira
Dec14

One to Watch: Manchester United’s Andreas Pereira

Manchester United are currently struggling to find the net, averaging just 1.31 goals per game this season ‒ their lowest in Premier League history. Despite having some world-class players, they have failed to break down many defences, and a little bit of cutting edge creativity could be exactly what they need. With someone like Andreas Pereira coming through the ranks at Old Trafford, the future may not be so bleak when it comes to...

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One to Watch: Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek
Nov17

One to Watch: Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek

Back in 2004, Jose Mourinho joined Chelsea as their new boss. But a considerably younger man also joined the club in the same year at the age of eight, and has been working his way through the youth system since. That man is Ruben Loftus-Cheek, and while Mourinho is currently having a difficult time at Stamford Bridge, the promising youngster continues to improve. Here we take a closer look at the midfielder… What position does he...

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One to Watch: Liverpool’s Jordan Rossiter
Nov04

One to Watch: Liverpool’s Jordan Rossiter

The last two decades at Anfield have been defined by the combative, local hero and ‘Captain Fantastic’, Steven Gerard, driving the team forward from midfield with power and passion. But now the Liverpool legend moved on to American shores, the time has come for another local boy to fill his shoes. Comparisons to the former captain have been drawn with young Jordan Rossiter, and with the England Under-19 man making his senior debut for...

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