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Football acknowledges its footprint

On the 19th of September 2021, the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium made history by hosting the first-ever carbon neutral football match, a game which saw Chelsea beat Tottenham 3-0. The climate crisis continues to worsen. With the hole in the ozone layer now bigger than Antarctica, it appears that only serious action from all levels of […]

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The Premier League was already in a state of change – what next?

A topsy-turvy season, in all senses, has broken the apparent predominance of the Premier League’s classic ‘Big Six’. Leicester City have emerged as more than credible challengers for European places under Brendan Rodgers, Wolverhampton Wanderers have balanced European adventures and Premier League consistency in a manner befitting of their excellent recruitment, and Sheffield United, defying […]

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Spurs’ woes worsen as mediocre form continues

Football is a funny old game, and in the case of Tottenham Hotspur, they are being reminded of the inevitable ups and downs of professional sport. A few months ago they were riding an exciting wave that left them one game away from winning the Champions League, but they now face an internal crisis that […]

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Would you rather: Champions League or Premier League?

Following an excruciating summer hiatus, top-level football is back. A month into the season, the various narratives of England’s elite clubs are beginning to unfold, with Manchester City, Liverpool, Chelsea and Tottenham fighting on four fronts. These teams look to claim domestic and continental supremacy in the Premier League and Champions League respectively, as well as the […]

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As Liverpool and City lead the way, who else can make the top four?

With both Liverpool and Manchester City making impressive starts to their respective Premier League campaigns, the race to reach the other two highly coveted Champions League places is heating up. Tottenham, Manchester United and Chelsea have all lost recently, making the chase even more intriguing. Both Liverpool and Manchester City have excelled in recent weeks, […]

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Manchester City right to feel aggrieved after Champions League drama

Despite beating Tottenham Hotspur 4-3 in what was an utterly bonkers nightof Champions League football at the Etihad, Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City went crashing out of the competition last week. It was a night that would have made all those of the BT Sport hierarchy relieved, as this fixture alone justified the ever-rising television subscriber […]

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Is Spain the next step for Kane on route to becoming the world’s best?

What do the back pages and defenders have in common? Harry Kane is all over them! However, it is now no joke for defenders with the 24-year-old Spurs forwards’ superb scoring run now extending to thirteen goals by the end of September. This incredible feat is raising the question – can he go on to […]

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Varying fortunes for British clubs in Champions League

The thought of Leicester City sharing the European stage with the likes of Barcelona, Real Madrid, and Bayern Munich was but a pipe dream to even the most optimistic of Foxes supporters. Courtesy of Leicester’s surge to the most unlikeliest of titles, Claudio Ranieri’s side touch shoulders with Porto, Club Brugge and Copenhagen and can […]