What Marcel Sabitzer Brings to Manchester United

What Marcel Sabitzer Brings to Manchester United

Fabrizio Romano recently confirmed that Marcel Sabitzer has completed his midseason move from Bayern Munich to Manchester United on loan until the end of the season. This exciting news comes within twenty-four hours of the club confirming that Christian Eriksen will be sidelined with an injury that will keep him out “until late April or early May” (manutd.com), following a malignant challenge from Andy Carroll during United’s FA Cup clash against Reading this past weekend. Eriksen’s skillset is unique, with no other United player previously in the squad possessing comparable attributes to be in line as a replacement in the starting eleven. Having already signed two pl... »

Jesse Marsch is Revitalizing Leeds United

Jesse Marsch is Revitalizing Leeds United

Leeds United manager, Jesse Marsch, led his side to an enthralling 3-0 victory over Chelsea this past weekend, marking arguably the most significant win of his coaching career thus far and indicating that an American revolution is underway in Leeds. Following the sacking of Marcelo Bielsa in February, Marsch was brought in to stabilize the ship midseason. The change in coaching was preceded by Leeds United losing five from six matches, conceding twenty-one goals in that span. Bielsa’s style of football does not involve much defensive pragmatism, so a fresh change in approach was required, or the threat of Leeds United being relegated was a genuine possibility. When Marsch took the helm at th... »

Should Cristiano Ronaldo Leave Manchester United?

Should Cristiano Ronaldo Leave Manchester United?

Since David Ornstein broke the news that Cristiano Ronaldo wanted to leave Manchester United on Saturday – the fanbase has become polarized on the subject. Should Manchester United keep one of their club legends and arguably the greatest player of all time, or should they sell him to expedite Erik Ten Hag’s revolution at Old Trafford? Ronaldo’s return to Manchester United last summer brought a euphoric feeling back to the club. Following the conclusion of the 2020-21 season under Ole Gunner Solskjaer, where United placed second in the Premier League and runners-up in the Europa League, it was evident the squad was on an upward trajectory. Ronaldo was deemed by many to be the piec... »

Xavi’s Revolution is in Full Swing at Barcelona

Xavi’s Revolution is in Full Swing at Barcelona

FC Barcelona legend Xavi Hernández took over as manager from Ronald Koeman this past fall, following the Dutchman’s sacking in October. Koeman left the post after a slew of poor results and performances on the pitch, which culminated in a fragmented dressing room and discontent amongst the fanbase. In five short months, Xavi has rejuvenated the club by unifying the current squad and bringing in proven talent that improves the team for now and in the future. This new managerial direction comes at a perfect time. Over the past fourteen months, Barcelona have been in a period of transition. In January 2021, their president resigned, which was followed by a complete change in leadership on... »

Premier League Trophy is Liverpool’s to Lose

Premier League Trophy is Liverpool’s to Lose

Following a convincing 2-0 victory against Arsenal, Liverpool finds themselves one point off Manchester City at the top of the Premier League table. Arsenal went into this match in fine form, having won their previous five Premier League fixtures. Head coach Mikel Arteta deserves the most praise for the Gunner’s upswing in results, fine-tuning his youthful squad into a legitimate top-four contender this season. However, even with Arsenal’s improvement, they were no match against an ebullient Liverpool. Liverpool in 2022 has been consistently elite. They’ve won their last nine Premier League fixtures in a row since the beginning of January; beating the likes of West Ham, Lei... »