Oli Stein
Oli Stein

Oli Stein

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Degree in History from the University of Bristol and the current football editor for RealSport.

Lifelong Tottenham Hotspur fan, but love all things football related!

American football player for the London Blitz, having played for three years for the University of Bristol Barracuda!

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The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: Premier League Week 34

Liverpool's top four hopes dwindle as Wayne Rooney's 251st Manchester United goal sends them within a point of fourth place.

Five things we learned as Arsenal book FA Cup final place

Five talking points as the pressure shifts from Arsene Wenger to Pep Guardiola following Arsenal's FA Cup victory.

There's only one man to blame for Tottenham's Wembley failure

It's not Heung-min Son.
There's much more at stake than a place in the FA Cup final on Saturday and the ramifications on the title race could be massive.
In the second FA Cup semi-final, Arsenal look to make their third final in four years when they face Manchester City.
Here are five key talking points from another vulnerable home performance from Manchester United.
Should Spurs drop the in-form Son to use a 3-4-3 formation? We look at the tactical side of this Saturday's FA Cup semi-final.
First versus second square off at Wembley as Chelsea batle Tottenham for a spot in the FA Cup final.
A place in the semi-final is at stake as Manchester United host Anderlecht in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final, following a 1-1 draw in Belgium.
Liverpool have said no to Joe Hart, but where does the England goalkeeper's future lie?

Five things we learned as Juventus shut out Barcelona

A defensive masterclass saw Juventus through to the semi-finals after a 3-0 aggregate win over Barcelona.

PFA Team of the Year: Tottenham and Chelsea dominate

The PFA Team of the Year has been announced, with Chelsea and Tottenham occupying eight positions.
Barcelona will have to be the first side to beat Juventus at home since October 2015 if they want to return to Spain with a first leg victory in tonight's Champions League quarter-final.

Five things we learned from Arsenal's Crystal Palace nightmare

As the dust settles on another feeble Arsenal performance, we take a look at what we learned.
'You're not fit to wear the shirt' was what the Arsenal fans were chanting.

It's time to talk about Wilfried Zaha...

After another star performance, Wilfried Zaha is finally starting to live up his potential.
Monaco last reached the semi-finals on their way to second place in 2004, but will be hoping their high-powered attack is enough to overcome Borussia Dortmund.
It was a day of redemption at the Stadium of Light as Manchester United's 3-0 victory likely doomed Sunderland to a year in the Championship.

Liverpool's big mistake in loaning Mamadou Sakho

Mamadou Sakho's Crystal Palace performances have been nothing short of inspiration since his loan move from Liverpool.
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