A lot of attention has been recently placed on Manchester United’s record signing Paul Pogba, there is no doubt that solely positive things are being said about the Frenchman, who certainly deserves all the plaudits he is presently receiving.
With West Ham starting to recover from their abysmal form earlier in the season, things are starting to look up for the Hammers, though reinforcements are needed for David Moyes to ensure relegation is completely off the cards come the end of the season in May.
Jurgen Klopp signed for Liverpool just a little over two years ago. Since then, the German has overseen a revolutionary change in the football being played on the red half of Merseyside.
After underwhelming starts to the Premier League season for both The Toffees as well as The Hammers, a change in management has been successful in bringing about a turnaround in their fortunes. David Moyes at West Ham and Sam Allardyce at Everton have brought around a remarkable change in the football being played at the two clubs.
With four defeats on the bounce, Watford F.C. are beginning to find themselves in a spot of bother, despite their strong start to the 2017/18 season. A few weeks ago, the Hornets were in touching distance of the top six, but a barren points haul in the first half of December has almost pushed them out of the top ten.
The Manchester Derby – the game every Premier League side was eagerly awaiting. Conte, Pochettino, Wenger and Klopp were on the edge of their seats, waiting for the result. The outcome had two implications, and two implications only – either City pull away from the rest of the pack for good, or United pull City back towards the pack.
Sam Allardyce is known for his remarkable record of rehabilitating struggling “smaller” clubs in the Premier League by bringing them back to the safer positions of the table. West Ham, Sunderland and Crystal Palace are some of the latest clubs to have experienced the Big Sam effect.