SHARES
Tuesday, May 10, 2016 - 10:53
Here’s your chance to win a Japan national team jersey autographed by the the pride of Asia, Shinji Okazaki!  
Leicester City did the unthinkable in the English Premier League 2015-16 campaign, going from relegation candidates to claim the crown in England.
There may be no title celebrations, but that does not mean there is nothing to celebrate for the Spurs, writes Seb Stafford-Bloor...
2 May 2016
 Republik of Mancunia writer Scott Patterson has hailed the young Frenchman's decisive displays in front of goal all season for the Red Devils, with his latest goal staving off Leicester City's title celebrations.
2 May 2016
The England international proved decisive and the Gunners will ignore the striker to their peril as the final games of the season beckon, writes Andrew Mangan...
2 May 2016
The Blues' only target this week is to throw a spanner in the works of London rivals Spurs – while their all-conquering youth side wins actual silverware, writes Garry Hayes...
29 April 2016
Commencing his career with J-League club Shimizu S-Pulse as a teenager, Shinji Okazaki made two stops in the Bundesliga before arriving in Leicester City, just in time for their unlikely title charge. Today, he stands atop FourFourTwo's Asia 50 as the globe's pre-eminent Asian player and he joined us for a chat...
26 April 2016
Tottenham have most probably kissed their title hopes good-bye after a 1-1 draw with West Brom and there was no way to spin something good out of this, writes Seb Stafford-Bloor...
25 April 2016
 Republik of Mancunia writer Scott Patterson hails Anthony Martial and Maroune Fellaini for their decisive showings in the FA Cup semi-final win over Everton.
25 April 2016
It was not just the lack of cutting edge in front of goal that worried Andrew Mangan, as the Gunners once more bottled an opportunity and displayed an alarming lack of fight...

Pages

Subscribe to English Premier League