With the clamour for “Rate My Team” opinions ramping up, we thought we’d not only provide a place to collate such requests, but also allocate a window and some FFS team members to address them.
We turn our attentions to the Sky Sports Player List for the final time this afternoon. Having analysed the Goalkeepers, Defenders and Midfielders, we now shift to the costliest position in the game – up front.
Eden Hazard nets as Chelsea beat Barcelona, though Diego Costa’s hamstrings are again causing concern. Raheem Sterling and David Silva dazzle as City tear a Vietnam XI apart. Leicester’s Jamie Vardy and Villa striker Libor Kozak both bag braces. West Brom’s front two are in the goals, Watford’s Troy Deeney notches again, whilst Junior Stanislas […]
Cordoba defender Jose Angel Crespo became Aston Villa’s fourth defensive recruit of the summer, after arriving earlier today for a reported fee of just £500,000. The 28-year-old follows Mark Bunn, Micah Richards and Jordan Amavi to the Midlands as Tim Sherwood continues to restructure his first-team squad. Discussing the move with the club’s official website, […]
Following the permanent arrival of Sebastian Coates earlier in the transfer window, Younes Kaboul became the second centre-back signing for Sunderland this summer. The France international expressed his eagerness to work under Dick Advocaat while praising the Black Cats’ team spirit during their relegation scrap:
Our next members article assessing the previous season takes a look at Sunderland’s campaign, with most of the focus on the impact of new manager, Dick Advocaat. Following a 4-0 defeat to Aston Villa in March, the Dutchman replaced Gus Poyet at the helm, with his side sitting 17th in the league, just a single […]
Stoke City made their eighth signing of the summer yesterday afternoon, snapping up Dutch winger Ibrahim Afellay. The 29-year-old arrives on a two-year deal after his contract at Barcelona expired over the close season, becoming the fourth former player from the La Liga club to make the move to the Britannia.