Who Are RB Leipzig?

Along with Coca-Cola and Guinness, Red Bull is currently one of the most famous beverage brands in the world. However, it’s not necessarily the consumption of the energy drink that makes the company so famous, so much as Red Bull’s phenomenal marketing strategy. Many large corporations these days snap-up the opportunity of sponsoring…

A Second Snap Election Is Far From Inevitable

From almost the moment the exit polls were in, there have been calls from Theresa May’s resignation and a second election to be held. Their precarious confidence and supply deal with the DUP, the Grenfell Tower disaster, the cabinet split over austerity, and the heavy criticism of their handling of the Brexit negotiations…

Can Conte Create A Dynasty At Chelsea?

The 2016/17 Premier League season saw Antonio Conte, despite an FA Cup final defeat to Arsenal, reinvigorate the former champions and go on to win the title in convincing fashion. The title was secure even before the final game of the season, with a 1-0 win over West Brom cementing Conte’s place in…

Is The Xbox One X Worth The Upgrade?

With E3 all wrapped up, gamers are eager to explore the new worlds and new experiences from the games presented last month. And while there has been a mountain of announcements during the several days of conferences and panels, there was one that stood out among the rest. Of course, I’m talking about…

Has Social Media Done More Damage To Football Than Money?

The commercialism and profitability of the Premier League (and others across the world) has begun to spiral out of control in recent years. For the sixth year in a row, transfer spending has outstripped the previous year, with a gross spend of £1.165bn in the summer of 2016; a figure we expect to…

Transfer Rumour Round-up 30/06-07/07

Alexis Sanchez Linked Club: Manchester City Despite ongoing interest from Manchester City, Alexis Sanchez it set to stay at Arsenal according to Metro. Sanchez will reportedly only stay should Wenger guarantee major signings to strengthen the squad and a wage increase to £300,000 per-week. With speculation refusing to die there is still life yet…