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Nick Pope
Nat Goodlad, Editor - Jun 21, 2022

Newcastle United are close to completing the signing of England goalkeeper Nick Pope, reports Luke Edwards of The Telegraph. Pope is currently at Burnley, but following their relegation to the Championship, many of their star players have been on the lookout for new clubs. Edwards states that the deal to sign Pope is more advanced […]


Sean Dyche sacked

Sean Dyche has been sacked as manager of Burnley after a 10-year tenure at Turf Moor. The announcement comes with the Clarets to fight against relegation in their final eight Premier League games of the season. Sean Dyche Sacked After 10 Years With Burnley Burnley Football Club can confirm the Club has parted company with […]

Everton Relegation
Alex Morley - Mar 30, 2022

With the Premier League soon to return from the international break, teams are preparing for the final stretch of the 2021/22 campaign and it is a perfect time to take a look at the relegation battle and how things are shaping up near the bottom of the table.  Thanks to fixture postponements for various reasons […]

Premier League Sponsorship
Peter Fitzpatrick - Feb 9, 2022

Well it was only a matter of time, wasn’t it? Last week it was revealed that Premier League giants Manchester United are to soon unveil a new sponsorship partner for their training kit in the shape of blockchain platform Tezos. Don’t be concerned if you’ve never heard of them, you’re not the only one. This marks […]

Will and Michael Keane
Dale Ventham, Editor - Jan 23, 2022

Welcome to Last Word on Football’s ‘Families in Football’ series. Over the next few weeks, we take a look at siblings, cousins and even parents and children that have played the beautiful game. Some have played cup finals together while others have been on opposing sides. Today, we focus on twin brothers Will and Michael […]

Mislav Orsic
Adam Katcher - Jan 20, 2022

Yet to make a signing in this transfer window, Burnley know they need to act quickly to bolster their ranks if they are to stand any chance at avoiding relegation. Sean Dyche recently lost Chris Wood to Newcastle for £25 million, meaning he no longer has his most prolific forward. This deal did, however, recoup […]

Andy Carroll
Jamie Rooke - Jan 17, 2022

Andy Carroll has long since been out of the spotlight now and a Premier League return could be on the cards. The forward is currently playing at Reading, but with his short-term contract set to soon expire, Burnley are interested in taking him on, according to The Guardian’s rumour mill. The Clarets have just lost […]

Chris Wood
Tom Cunningham, Editor - Jan 13, 2022

Chris Wood has officially completed his move to Newcastle United. The forward joins from Burnley for a reported fee of £25 million and becomes the second signing in the Magpies’ new Saudi-backed era, joining Kieran Trippier as another of the likely many arrivals at St James’ Park that can be expected during the January transfer […]

Chris Wood
Ben Robinson, Editor - Jan 11, 2022

Newcastle United are close to completing their second signing of the window, with Burnley striker Chris Wood close to making a move to Tyneside. According to John Percy of the Daily Telegraph, Wood is due to complete a medical before putting pen-to-paper on the final details of his contract. Chris Wood Close to Joining Newcastle […]

Premier League
Tom Cunningham, Editor - Dec 24, 2021

Before a ball was even kicked, we had plenty of drama to divulge in the Premier League. We had the return of Cristiano Ronaldo, and what was meant to be the ultimate return of Manchester United. Narratives began to write themselves regarding what was meant to be a four-way battle for the title. Yet, here […]

premier league transfer targets
David Coates - Dec 20, 2021

Christmas is fast approaching which means one thing for football fans: the January transfer window will soon be with us. Despite the excitement that usually builds towards transfer windows, January is usually a notoriously difficult month to recruit in. However, there have been some big transfers made in January in recent years. These include Virgil […]

Matchday 10
Tom Cunningham, Editor - Oct 28, 2021

At our first landmark of the Premier League season, matchday 10 presents the opportunity for several sides to confirm their blistering starts to the campaign. Meanwhile, it could also spell the end of certain reigns, should results fail to turn – setting up a blockbuster weekend of action. One thing that is a certainty, is […]

Premier League predictions
Tom Cunningham, Editor - Oct 14, 2021

The Premier League season is really starting to take shape now; the underdog sides are thinning out, and the top teams are beginning to take centre-stage once more. There could still be plenty of shocks on the cards, however, and plenty of surprising Premier League predictions to make. Matchday eight includes some interesting fixtures, and […]

Premier League predictions
Tom Cunningham, Editor - Sep 23, 2021

We’re now six games into the Premier League season, and not many surprises have occurred as of yet. In fact, the only two shocks have been Brighton & Hove Albion’s revenge against ‘XG’ (expected goals), and Manchester City’s blunt nature going forward. Amongst that, however, we’ve seen an expectedly poor start from Arsenal, and a […]

Sean Dyche
Matt Jarvis - Sep 17, 2021

For a relatively small club in Lancashire, sustained progress has seen Burnley reward Sean Dyche with a new contract, keeping him at the managerial helm until the end of the 2024/25 season. A manager who has become a local legend with a pub even named after he signed a new deal, has been met with […]

Premier League predictions
Tom Cunningham, Editor - Sep 16, 2021

Last week’s Premier League predictions went so well, that we thought we’d give it another shot, hoping to once again be forced to turn down claims that we can see into the future. Fresh from European clashes, this week’s fixtures will likely be tighter affairs than last time out, but still expect plenty of goals, […]



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Joao Palhinha
Ricky Carroll - Sep 16, 2021

Despite a frustrating transfer window thus far, according to Fabrizio Romano, Fulham target Joao Palhinha has completed the first part of his medical at the Premier League club. The Portuguese international now just needs to sign the contract on offer and then he will be unveiled as a Fulham player. The fee agreed upon between both […]

Paul Pogba
Ricky Carroll - Sep 16, 2021

Juventus endured a disappointing season in Serie A, finishing fourth and 16 points behind champions AC Milan. According to Fabrizio Romano, the club are on the verge of announcing two huge free agent summer signings, with the transfers of Paul Pogba and Angel di Maria set to be officially completed next week.  Paul Pogba and Angel […]

Cristiano Ronaldo

According to a report from David Ornstein of The Athletic, Cristiano Ronaldo has alerted Manchester United of his desire to leave this summer if the right offer comes in. A number of top clubs have already started circulating with the Portuguese legend aiming to compete for trophies as he nears the end of his prime […]

Vakoun Bayo
Onyekachi Uwanabi - Sep 16, 2021

Watford have announced the signing of Ivory Coast and Royal Charleroi striker Vakoun Bayo in a deal worth around £5 million. The 25-year-old has agreed to a five-year deal with the Hornets, despite only making his six-month loan move to Charleroi permanent in May, and would be looking to help the newly-relegated side in their […]

Frenkie de Jong
Uttiyo Sarkar - Sep 16, 2021

Manchester United are now closer than ever to securing an agreement to sign Frenkie de Jong from Barcelona, reports Fabrizio Romano. The Red Devils have been negotiating a transfer for over a month but are yet to get the deal over the line due to a snag which has slowed talks. Manchester United’s Deal for […]

women's euros 2022
Martin Keady - Sep 16, 2021

In sport as in life, tiny acorns can produce mighty oaks. Almost all the greatest sporting events, from the Olympics to the World Cup, began inauspiciously, with large parts of the world either refusing to participate or paying little interest. And the same is true of the Women’s Euros. Of course, in the case of […]

Chelsea Tuchel Ziyech
Alexander Ayling - Sep 16, 2021

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is open to the possibility of allowing Morocco international Hakim Ziyech to join Serie A champions AC Milan. According to transfer expert Fabrizio Romano, the two clubs opened discussions over a transfer for Ziyech two weeks ago, and are set to resume talks in the coming week. Chelsea Manager Thomas Tuchel […]

Manchester United Marcus Rashford
Alexander Ayling - Sep 16, 2021

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has offered his thoughts on Erik ten Hag’s opening weeks in charge at the club, claiming the players are enjoying the Dutchman’s training sessions. New manager ten Hag has started pre-season training with the club’s non-international players, with those who have recently played for their countries not returning until next […]