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Dan Tracey

Dan Tracey is an avid Spurs fan who, when not at the new Tottenham Stadium, can usually be found writing or talking about football.

With a multitude of experience within content creation, Dan has worked on behalf of UEFA compiling statistics and has written for the likes of Sportsbet, Physioroom, GiveMeBet and Sportslens.

In addition to this, he is the voice to a number of successful football podcasts and is delighted to have joined the Colossus team.

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    Premier League 2020/21: Club by club review

    The 2020/21 Premier League is finished and it’s time to take stock of the past nine months. The best way to do that is is by offering a quickfire breakdown of how each of the 20 teams fared.  So, without further ado, here is our season review for every Premier League club in the 2020/21 Premier League season.

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    The future looks bright for Chelsea and Tuchel

    Chelsea and Thomas Tuchel came off second best in the FA Cup final last weekend, although the West Londoners did manage to gain a modicum of revenge days later. After getting the better of Leicester at Stamford Bridge, their hopes of a top-four finish have been given a substantial boost.

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    Will Sam Allardyce stick around at West Brom?

    After defeat to Arsenal last Sunday, West Brom’s Premier League fate has finally been decided. Following their demotion to the EFL Championship, manager Sam Allardyce’s infamous record of never having taking a team down has finally been broken.

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    Europa League football a fitting reward for West Ham

    Following their defeat to Everton on Sunday, hopes of a Champions League spot have surely gone for West Ham this season. However,with Liverpool, Tottenham and Everton still behind West Ham in the table and just a few games left to play, the Europa League is still very much in reach and would be a just reward for a superb season.

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    Premier League survival means Groundhog Day for Newcastle

    Although Jesse Lingard is undoubtedly the loan signing of the season, Joe Willock is making a late bid to be considered the runner-up. After scoring another late goal for Newcastle at the weekend, the Magpies are almost over the line in terms of Premier League safety.

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    Brendan Rodgers must avoid another late Leicester collapse

    After Leicester’s recent 3-2 defeat to West Ham at the London Stadium, those that support the Foxes may well be fearing that history is about to repeat itself. Last season, Brendan Rodgers navigated Leicester into a position where they were regarded as a dead cert to secure Champions League football the following campaign – only for their form to go off a cliff and them eventually finishing fifth on the final day.

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    Spurs must rid themselves of ENIC after European Super League chaos

    The fallout from the European Super League continues to dominate the headlines and is becoming somewhat toxic. After an astonishing week in football, the beautiful game currently looks rather ugly. Although the controversial plans have been scrapped, at least for now, an element of unease remains within the game and, with the Premier League clubs at loggerheads, civil war is on the horizon.

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    Marcelo Bielsa must stay to welcome Leeds fans back

    Leeds United can be rather pleased with their return to the top flight of English football and the mastermind behind the current good times is none other than Marcelo Bielsa. The arrival of the Argentine to West Yorkshire made quite a splash in 2018 and, although he would be denied promotion from the EFL Championship at the first time of asking, not even a global pandemic could stand in his way last season.

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    San Marino game shows folly of World Cup qualification

    With England thrashing San Marino during the international break, the viewing public learned very little in the way of squad capability. If anything, the win turned a spotlight on the format of world cup qualification and the pointlessness of pitting one of the best teams in international football against a hapless bunch of semi-professionals.

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    The 2021 FA Cup desperately needs a surprise winner

    The final four of this season’s FA Cup is now set and the draw has created two rather interesting plots. Although the prospect of a clash between Chelsea and Manchester City is obviously enticing, it is the duel between Leicester and Southampton which is arguably more interesting.

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    Is it Europa League or bust for Tottenham?

    With results going their way the day before, the stage was perfectly set for Tottenham to increase their chances of a top four finish at the end of the season and all they had to do, was get the better of their pesky neighbours Arsenal.


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