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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England host Lithuania at Wembley on Saturday with the Three Lions looking to extend their lead at the top of Group F.
English sides' dismal performances in the Champions League prove that financial domination isn't a blueprint for success.
With six qualifiers left to play and Argentina struggling, they're in danger of missing their first World Cup since 1970.
Five talking points as an experimental, but impressive England side lost 1-0 to a Lukas Podolski-inspired Germany in Dortmund.
Can Dele Alli make it two in a row and continue Tottenham's domination of the PFA Young Player of the Year award?

England modernise as Southgate experiments with a back three

Southgate takes a step into footballing modernity as he experiments with a back three against Germany tonight.

Sir Alex: Manchester United should focus on the Europa League

When Sir Alex offers his opinion, it's worth listening to.

Paul Pogba, it's time to ditch your brand and play football

As midfield options at United deplete, it's high time Paul Pogba lived up to his transfer fee. Less haircuts, less dabs and more impact.

Three reasons why Arsenal won't finish above Tottenham

Tottenham haven't finished above Arsenal since 1995, but that record is set to come an end this season.

Kante or Hazard? Chelsea dominate the PFA Player of the Year

With only nine games to go, we take a look a closer look at some of the contenders for the PFA Player of the Year.
As the ever-smiling Ronaldinho turns 37 today, we look at how the greatest player of his generation transformed football.

Five things Gareth Southgate must do as England boss

England travel to Germany tomorrow night as Gareth Southgate begins his reign as permanent England boss.

Explaining Pep Guardiola's over-the-top praise

Pep Guardiola described Manchester City's 1-1 draw with Liverpool as "one of the most special days," but why?

Germany vs England Lineups, Preview and Prediction

With last year's 3-2 win fresh in England's minds, can the Three Lions repeat their heroics?

Two good, two bad as Tottenham cope without Harry Kane

We pick out the good and the bad as Tottenham consolidate second place with a 2-1 win over a battling Southampton side.
Calls for Wenger's head are mounting, but with the fall of a dynasty, chaos typically follows. Arsenal need him to stay for one more year.
From chances going begging to dubious officiating, there were plenty of talking points as Manchester City drew 1-1 with Liverpool.

The Good, the Bad & the Ugly: Premier League Week 29

From a Craig Dawson double to an airborne anti-Wenger protest, we pick out the good, the bad and the ugly from Week 29.
Check out our predictions for the FIFA Ultimate Team TOTW 27! 

The end is nigh for Manchester City and Liverpool

A place in the Champions League is at stake when Manchester City host Liverpool on Sunday. Who will step forth and stake their claim?
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