Chelsea v Spurs Preview

Regardless of how Leicester do on Sunday there will still be a lot more to play for. Securing 2nd place, above Arsenal. Finishing the season strong for the sake of morale. Finishing the season with our highest ever Premier League points tally. And, most immediately, the opportunity to break a tragically long victory-less record at... Continue Reading →

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Spurs v West Brom Preview

It's getting a little difficult for me to find the motivation for examining this upcoming game from an analytical stand point. It's much more tempting to take a more poetic and rhetorical angle on our current situation in the style of Spooky http://www.dearmrlevy.com/dml/2016/4/19/serenading-spurs Maybe it's the brain mushing intensity of the title race getting to... Continue Reading →

Leicester Without Vardy

Leicester will be without racist shitbag Jamie Vardy for at least one game so I wanted to take a quick, tactical look at the options Ranieri has. Firstly we need to have a glance at their current system. I, like most, was guilty as describing Leicester as playing 442 ahead of their January clashes with... Continue Reading →

Stoke v Spurs Preview

Free from injury, and having to rotate our squad through multiple competitions, Pochettino can now consistently field his best XI. And there is little argument between Spurs fans, or even Tim Sherwood, that our starting line-up v United is the one. Stoke are similarly free from non-Premier League duties and, frankly, purpose. They're also, because... Continue Reading →

Horley Town make use of Nadesan’s Talent

With a gliding pace, height, clever off-the-ball movement and a confident finish Ashley Nadesan is already a well rounded forward but his best attribute in Horley Town's 8-1 thrashing of Chessington was his relationship with Richard Wetton and Leyton Regan. I was a The New Defence on Thursday night to catch Nadesan’s performance in a... Continue Reading →

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