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Names of the Nineties: Gareth Southgate

A natural leader and calm presence, while Gareth Southgate may be unfairly remembered for Euro 96, he was, in fact, one of England’s finest defenders

Names of the Nineties: Saša Ćurčić

Saša Ćurčić, a volatile personality and gifted footballer, remains one of the first true instances of the Premier League boom and bust future

Names of the Nineties: Ian Wright

From the concrete estates of south London to the summit of the Premier League, Ian Wright is a man who may belong to the 90s but shall never be forgotten

Are Crystal Palace destined for relegation?

THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRETY OF PREMIER LEAGUE HISTORY, spanning across 25 seasons, the current Crystal Palace side has made the worst ever start to a league campaign in England’s top flight. The Eagles…

Are there still atmospheric grounds in the Premier League?

“Scarf Waving” (CC BY 2.0) by wonker The Premier League often boasts that it is the best or most competitive football league in the world, yet those visiting one of its 20 stadiums on match…

Tony Pulis: English football’s last great reactionary

THE BRITISH PUBLIC HAVE, in recent times, shunned their own traditional footballing culture with a sort of self-effacing embarrassment, as if watching Jamie Oliver serve a plate of egg on chips to Raymond…