Month: October 2018

Fab and Bobo Head to Head – MW10

Fab and Bobo Head to Head – MW10

October 27, 2018 By Fabian Odhiambo

Brighton & Hove Albion v Wolverhampton Wanderers Last Five Meetings: W2 D2 L1 Fab Says: Wolves’ bubble was finally burst by Watford last weekend and suddenly they look there for the taking and I think Brighton will be relishing that prospect. And why shouldn’t they? They are at home and have won two on the

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Fab and Bobo Head to Head – MW9

October 19, 2018 By Fabian Odhiambo

Chelsea v Manchester United Last Five Meetings: W3 D0 L2 Fab Says: Chelsea are due a loss, right? But is Man United the side to make that a reality? I doubt it. Ever since he left Chelsea after his second spell, Jose Mourinho has suffered back to back defeats on his return at his former

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Fab and Bobo Head to Head – MW9
Is International Football Importanter?

Is International Football Importanter?

October 11, 2018 By Kevin Omondi

“International Football is important but club football is importanter“! Don’t agree? Go argue with the wise men behind @ASRomaEN The International break almost always feels like a break from football. There is every indication that the BuLi champion will NOT be Bayern Munich, at least if things persist, with Niko Kovac facing open apathy and

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Fab and Bobo Head to Head – MW8

October 5, 2018 By Fabian Odhiambo

Brighton & Hove Albion v West Ham United Last Five Meetings: W2 D0 L3 Fab Says: Brighton are in some very wretched form going into this one, winless in 6 games since that famous victory over Man United in August. The Hammers themselves are on the opposite end of the spectrum enjoying a fine run

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Fab and Bobo Head to Head – MW8
UCL Matchday 2: Review and Preview

UCL Matchday 2: Review and Preview

October 3, 2018 By Kevin Omondi

The UEFA Champions League, the world’s most elitist club competition, where the Big Boys of European football and Manchester United, compete for the opportunity to lose to Real Madrid in the finals, is on the second round of fixtures. Review S.L Benfica survived the second half onslaught from hosts AEK Athens to win 3 –

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