Oumar Aga

Oumar Aga

His name is Oumar Aga, he is neither the fastest man alive nor was he stuck on a hellish island for five years only to return and save his city. He is merely a student of Pharmacy, residing in Pune, Maharashtra. He is involved in various social and extracurricular activities - Content writing being one of them. He is a part of the admins panel of Manchester United Fan Club Pune and an organiser for regular football meets and tournaments.
  • Apr- 2016 -
    16 April
    FootballPhoto of Bundesliga: 4 Players Who Will Probably Leave In Summer

    Bundesliga: 4 Players Who Will Probably Leave In Summer

    Just five games to go and another season of the Bundesliga will be over. Yet another season which sees Bayern Munich on top. Good to see Borussia Dortmund back in the top 3 as they are now second and 7 points Bayern. Hertha Berlin is the surprise package of the season, in third position, and a whopping 19 points behind…

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  • 15 April
    FootballPhoto of 4 Players Who Will Most Probably Leave This Summer (La Liga)

    4 Players Who Will Most Probably Leave This Summer (La Liga)

    Just six games to go and another season of the La Liga will be over. Good to see that it wasn’t a two-horse race this season. Barcelona has a three-point lead over Atletico Madrid, who are one point clear of rivals Real Madrid. Four points separating the top 3 as we head towards an exciting end of the season. Now…

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  • 14 April
    FootballPhoto of 4 Players Who Will Most Probably Leave In Summer (Premier League)

    4 Players Who Will Most Probably Leave In Summer (Premier League)

    Just 5 games to go and another season of the Premier League will be over. Time has flown by, hasn’t it? Well, it has indeed and what a season this has been. Leicester City almost there, becoming the 6th side to win the Premier League title. Now as the season approaches its end, the opening day of the summer transfer…

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  • 11 April
    FootballPhoto of Leicester City – A New Force or Another Blackburn?

    Leicester City – A New Force or Another Blackburn?

    Just five games to go and the Barclays Premier League 2015-16 will end. Leicester City just requires 3 wins in the remaining 5 games (only if Tottenham win all 5 of their games) and they will be crowned Champions of England for the first time in their history. It has been an unbelievable run from a team which was battling…

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  • 11 April
    FootballPhoto of Van Gaal’s United, Fans Divided

    Van Gaal’s United, Fans Divided

    After the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, Manchester United are still feeling the after effects. They have still not recovered from their downfall after the Scotsman retired. The 2015/16 season was showing promise at the start but as 2015 ended, United found themselves falling out of the top-four. After losing to Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday, United now find themselves 4…

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  • 10 April
    FootballPhoto of 4 Reasons Why English Teams Will Dominate Europe

    4 Reasons Why English Teams Will Dominate Europe

    When we talk about the toughest club teams on a European level, teams like Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Real Madrid and Juventus come to mind. In recent years, Paris Saint-Germain has joined them. Noticing something weird? Yes. There are no English teams in that list. Even if they are on the list, they definitely aren’t in the top 5. English teams…

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  • 9 April
    FootballPhoto of Tottenham v Manchester United – TOP 5 Encounters.

    Tottenham v Manchester United – TOP 5 Encounters.

    The 2015-16 season is nearing its end and my word, what an unbelievable season it has been. The defending champions struggling, last season’s relegation battlers on top with one hand on the trophy, three of the traditional “Big Four” not present in the Top 4, and the fight for European football goes on and will go on until the final…

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  • 6 April
    FootballPhoto of 4 Players Guardiola Should Sign At Man City

    4 Players Guardiola Should Sign At Man City

    Excitement levels in the Premier League just keep on rising as some of the best players and managers from around the globe return or begin their new adventure in England. Earlier this season, Manchester City confirmed that former Barcelona and current Bayern Munich manager Pep Guardiola would be taking over the managerial role at the club 2016-17 onwards. Lately, Manchester…

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  • 4 April
    FootballPhoto of Jose Mourinho – The Wrong One

    Jose Mourinho – The Wrong One

    Unthinkable and unpredictable things happen in the Premier League. We can say we have seen it all. From the “Big Four” era to the present day, in the final edition of the “Barclays” Premier League, where we see Leicester City very close to becoming champions and who are right behind them? Tottenham Hotspur. Where are teams like Chelsea, Liverpool, and…

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  • 4 April
    FootballPhoto of Managers Being Missed In The Premier League (Part 2)

    Managers Being Missed In The Premier League (Part 2)

    I did forget to mention in Part 1 that this list is only about managers who are active or on sabbatical. I will not mention managers who have retired in this series. Now that we have cleared things, let us take a look at a couple more managers who should come back to the Premier League because I think that…

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  • 4 April
    FootballPhoto of Managers Being Missed In The English Premier League

    Managers Being Missed In The English Premier League

    Welcome to the English Premier League! The home of the most unpredictable and entertaining football in the world. One can only guess who the champion will be at the end and we owe a huge amount of appreciation to those who made their contributions in making this league so exciting and thrilling. The fans, the players, and, of course, the…

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  • 2 April
    FootballPhoto of 3 Reasons Why Louis Van Gaal Deserves Another Season At Manchester United

    3 Reasons Why Louis Van Gaal Deserves Another Season At Manchester United

    It has been a rough road for Manchester United ever since Sir Alex Ferguson called it quits. Successor David Moyes was not even given a whole season before he was given the boot. Now Manchester United are under experienced Dutchman Louis van Gaal. It was an exciting announcement when his arrival was confirmed because he was coming to Old Trafford…

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  • Dec- 2015 -
    5 December
    FootballPhoto of Manchester United Will Rise

    Manchester United Will Rise

    Manchester United is the most successful club in English football, having won a record 19 league titles, a record 11 FA Cups and four League Cups. The club has also won three European Cups and has twice been club world champions: in 1999 and 2008. Manchester United is one of the wealthiest and most widely supported football teams in the world. The club is said to be worth £1.13 billion, making it the world’s…

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  • Nov- 2015 -
    28 November
    FootballPhoto of 3 Candidates Who Can Replace Louis van Gaal

    3 Candidates Who Can Replace Louis van Gaal

    Sir Alex Ferguson retiring was surely one of the biggest blow in history for Manchester United. It was always said that replacing Ferguson would be a very difficult task and it turned out to be true. David Moyes has already failed and now the current manager Louis van Gaal and his ‘philosophy’ have come under a lot of questions. Under…

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  • 25 November
    FootballPhoto of Who was George Best?

    Who was George Best?

    Manchester United, A club where many unknown and young players have become Legends. Many players like Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Gary Neville, David Beckham, Cristiano Ronaldo and most recently Javier Hernandez, who were practically unknown, before coming to Old Trafford. Like the players mentioned above, many didn’t knew about George Best when he was young. George was born in 1946…

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  • 23 November
    FootballPhoto of City 1 – 4 Liverpool (Analysis)

    City 1 – 4 Liverpool (Analysis)

    Premier League action resumed after the international break as Manchester City were set to host Liverpool at the Etihad. In their last game, Manchester City were frustratingly held to a draw against Aston Villa at Villa Park. The Sky Blues were out looking to bag their first Premier League win in the month of November and they wanted it desperately…

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  • 21 November
    FootballPhoto of 3 Candidates Who Can Replace Jose Mourinho

    3 Candidates Who Can Replace Jose Mourinho

      The dominant champions of last season’s Premier League are struggling terribly this season. Chelsea, who now sit in the bottom half of the Premier League table, just above the relegation zone, might just be having second thoughts about their manager – “The Special One,” Jose Mourinho. It didn’t seem Chelsea were going to part ways with Jose Mourinho…. Again!…

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  • 8 November
    FootballPhoto of Alternate Formations – Chelsea

    Alternate Formations – Chelsea

    The defending champions are off to a shocking start in the Premier League. After totally dominating England last season, manager Jose Mourinho is under a lot of pressure as Chelsea hover just above the relegation zone. Chelsea already had a very strong team last season, but Mourinho decided to bolster the squad by adding attacker Pedro Rodriguez to his squad.…

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  • 4 November
    FootballPhoto of Alternate Formations: Manchester United

    Alternate Formations: Manchester United

    Lately, Louis van Gaal has come under a lot of pressure from the fans. The Old Trafford faithful want to see a change in formation or tactic which will see their side score more often. It has been 3 games now and United have failed to score a single goal. So here are a few possibilities from a fan’s point…

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  • Oct- 2015 -
    24 October
    FootballPhoto of TOP 3 Matches of UCL R3

    TOP 3 Matches of UCL R3

    The group stage of the UEFA Champions League reached the midway point as we saw 33 goals scored in the 16 games played this past Tuesday and Wednesday. With teams fighting for the trophy to the teams who just have their eyes set on the Europa League spot, we have shortlisted the TOP3 matches of Round 3.   ARSENAL  2…

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  • 20 October
    FootballPhoto of Round 9 Premier League Review

    Round 9 Premier League Review

    To the relief of many, Premier League action resumes after the international break. With a set of some exciting fixtures, the most unpredictable and entertaining league in the world saw 23 goals scored in the 8 games that were scheduled for Saturday, 17th October. The action kicked-off at White Hart Lane as Liverpool, under their new manager Jürgen Klopp held…

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  • 19 October
    FootballPhoto of Premier League: Round 9 Review (Saturday)

    Premier League: Round 9 Review (Saturday)

    To the relief of many, Premier League action resumes after the international break. With a set of some exciting fixtures, the most unpredictable and entertaining league in the world saw 23 goals scored in the 8 games that were scheduled for Saturday, 17th October. The action kicked-off at White Hart Lane as Liverpool, under their new manager Jürgen Klopp held…

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  • 7 October
    FootballPhoto of Arsenal 3-0 Man United Analysis

    Arsenal 3-0 Man United Analysis

    Mouthwatering fixtures were scheduled for Sunday, October 04 as this season’s first Merseyside Derby ended in a 1-1 draw at Goodison Park. The match which followed the Merseyside Derby ended very, very surprisingly. Arsenal v Manchester United was the game which followed the Merseyside Derby this past Sunday. The visitors were easily and comfortably beaten 3-0 by Arsene Wenger’s men.…

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  • 7 October
    FootballPhoto of Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League (Sunday)

    Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League (Sunday)

    Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League kicked off on Saturday, 03 October with seven cracking matches which included a couple of surprising results. 23 goals were scored in these seven fixtures. Three games were scheduled for Sunday, 04 October, and all three were must watch games. Super Sunday kicked off with the Merseyside Derby, followed by Arsenal against Manchester…

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  • 7 October
    FootballPhoto of Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League (Saturday)

    Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League (Saturday)

    Round 8 of the Barclays Premier League kicked off on Saturday, 03 October with seven cracking matches which included a couple of surprising results. 23 goals were scored in these seven fixtures. The action started off with Crystal Palace beating West Brom comfortably at home. Two newcomers went head to head as Watford were held to a draw for the…

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  • 3 October
    FootballPhoto of Round Two – UEFA Champions League Review (E-H)

    Round Two – UEFA Champions League Review (E-H)

    GROUP E BARCELONA  2 – 1  BAYER   LEVERKUSEN Venue – Camp Nou. Referee – Martin Atkinson (ENG). Starting Eleven BAR – Ter Stegen; Alves, Pique, Mascherano, Mathieu; Busquets, Iniesta, Rakitic; Ramirez, Neymar, Suarez. BENCH – Masip, Bartra, Douglas, Alba, Roberto, Munir, Gumbau. LEV – Leno; Donati, Tah, Papadopoulos, Wendell; Bender, Kramer; Kampl, Calhanoglu, Bellarabi; Hernandez. BENCH – Kresic, Ramalho,…

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  • 3 October
    FootballPhoto of Round Two – UEFA Champions League Review (A-D)

    Round Two – UEFA Champions League Review (A-D)

    GROUP A MALMO FF  0 – 2  REAL MADRID Venue – Swedbank Stadion. Referee – Cuneyt Cakir (TUR). Starting Eleven MAL – Willand; Tinnerholm, Arnason, Bengtsson, Yotun; Rodic, Lewicki, Adu, Berget; Djurdjic, Rosenberg. BENCH – Vindheim, Mehmeti, Rakip, Carvalho, Andersson, Eikrem, Sana. RMA – Navas; Carvajal, Nacho, Varane, Arbeloa; Kovacic, Casemiro, Kroos; Isco, Benzema, Ronaldo. BENCH – Casilla, Mayoral, Cheryshev,…

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  • Sep- 2015 -
    18 September
    FootballPhoto of UEFA Champions League Review (E-H)

    UEFA Champions League Review (E-H)

    The European club action kicked off on Tuesday night, as the UEFA Champions League 2015/16 was underway. The giants have their eyes set on lifting the trophy in Milan. For the rest, it is just thrilling football action at the grandest level, on the road to Milan, as they faced some of the greatest clubs in Europe. The first set…

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  • 1 September
    FootballPhoto of Round Four – Premier League Review (Sunday)

    Round Four – Premier League Review (Sunday)

    Sixteen goals were scored on Saturday in the Premier League. Another six were scored on Sunday in the two games that took place. We had already seen five red cards on Saturday, and we saw one more on Sunday. The unpredictable Premier League action continues as we head into the final fixtures before the International Break. Southampton   3  –  0…

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  • Aug- 2015 -
    31 August
    FootballPhoto of Round Four – Premier League Review (Saturday)

    Round Four – Premier League Review (Saturday)

    Eight games took place on Saturday, as we saw a total of 16 goals scored. The Premier League Red Card Tally, was doubled in a single day, as 5 red cards were shown. Three games ended in draws and only one of them ended goalless. Newcastle United   0  –  1   Arsenal Venue – St. James’ Park. Newcastle came into this…

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  • 25 August
    FootballPhoto of Premier League Third Round Review (Sunday)

    Premier League Third Round Review (Sunday)

    3 Premier League games kicked off on Sunday and a big game on Monday. 7 goals were added to the goal tally of 16 this weekend, taking the weekend total to 23 goals. Two games ended in a goal-less draw which means this weekend has seen the most scoreless draws this season, so far. West Bromwich Albion   2  –  3…

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  • 24 August
    FootballPhoto of Premier League Third Round Review

    Premier League Third Round Review

    The third week of exciting and unpredictable Premier League action saw six games kick-off on Saturday. Four out of the six games ended in draws. A total of 16 goals were scored, with just one game ending in a goal-less draw.  Manchester United   0  –  0   Newcastle United Venue – Old Trafford. Manchester United came into this fixture after a…

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  • 18 August
    FootballPhoto of Premier League Second Round Review (Sunday)

    Premier League Second Round Review (Sunday)

    After 17 goals on Saturday, the Premier League goal tally rose to 23 after the remaining fixtures of the second round were played on Sunday and Monday. Arsenal went to Crystal Palace and title challengers Manchester City hosted defending champions Chelsea. On Monday, Liverpool hosted Premier League debutants Bournemouth. Crystal Palace   1 – 2   Arsenal Arsene Wenger’s team came into…

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  • 17 August
    FootballPhoto of Premier League Second Round Review (Saturday)

    Premier League Second Round Review (Saturday)

    After experiencing a total of 30 goals in the past week, the Premier League was back with a bang. Surprising and shocking results are something that is usually expected in this league. A total of 17 goals were scored in 7 games that took place on Saturday. One of those seven was played on Friday night. Only one game ended…

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  • 12 August
    FootballPhoto of The Premier League Begins – First Round Review, Sunday

    The Premier League Begins – First Round Review, Sunday

    With the passionate football fans around the globe filled with excitement, the 2015/16 Barclays Premier League finally kicked off on Saturday. With new kits, new sponsors, new players, new managers and perhaps some new fans, the first round of entertaining games gave us 30 goals and also some surprising results. But then again, why be surprised? The Premier League was,…

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  • 11 August
    FootballPhoto of The Premier League Begins – First Round Review

    The Premier League Begins – First Round Review

    With the passionate football fans around the globe filled with excitement, the 2015/16 Barclays Premier League finally kicked off on Saturday. With new kits, new sponsors, new players, new managers and perhaps some new fans, the first round of entertaining games gave us 27 goals and also some surprising results. But then again, why be surprised? The Premier League was,…

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  • Jul- 2015 -
    26 July
    FootballPhoto of 15 Hard-to-Spell Premier League Names of All Time

    15 Hard-to-Spell Premier League Names of All Time

    Bastian Schweinsteiger has joined Manchester United from Bayern Munich. The Red Devils also signed Morgan Schneiderlin from Southampton. Now, as the fans make up their formations, they use the first names of their two latest signings. Why? Because they say their last names are hard to spell. Hard to spell? Their names? Well, let me show you 15 players from…

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  • 18 July
    FootballPhoto of The Last Edition of BARCLAYS Premier League: Great Moments

    The Last Edition of BARCLAYS Premier League: Great Moments

    This is the last time that Barclays will sponsor the Prmeir League. Their contract comes to an end this season. Here are a few moments from Barclays premeir League: Everton v Crystal Palace at Goodison Park. Sunday, April 10, 2005. 73 minutes gone, and Everton were 3-0 up when manager David Moyes decides to throw on youngster James Vaughan. The…

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  • 16 July
    FootballPhoto of The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ Premier League: LIVERPOOL

    The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ Premier League: LIVERPOOL

    It has been a very memorable journey since Barclays became the official sponsor back in 2004. Let’s go down memory lane and experience one more time some of those shocking, surprising, thrilling, enthralling, exhilarating moments that took place in the most unpredictable and entertaining league in the world. Friday, January 27, 2006. Robbie Fowler returned to Liverpool after 5 years.…

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  • 15 July
    FootballPhoto of The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ Premier League: CHELSEA Moments

    The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ Premier League: CHELSEA Moments

    Now that the facts and stats are done, let’s go down memory lane and experience some of those extraordinary and unforeseen moments during the Barclays Era.   Season 2004/05. Chelsea were the first team to win the Premier League under the sponsorship of Barclays as Jose Mourinho took his side all the way in his first season in charge of…

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  • 14 July
    FootballPhoto of The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester United

    The Last Edition of the ‘BARCLAYS’ PREMIER LEAGUE: Manchester United

    Let’s go down memory lane and experience one more time some of those shocking, surprising, thrilling, enthralling, exhilarating moments that took place in the most unpredictable and entertaining league in the world.     Tuesday, August 31, 2004. Deadline Day. Manchester United finally signed 18-year old Wayne Rooney for £25 million from Everton. Many eyebrows were raised as this was…

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  • 13 July
    FootballPhoto of THE LAST EDITION OF THE ‘BARCLAYS’ PREMIER LEAGUE: ARSENAL

    THE LAST EDITION OF THE ‘BARCLAYS’ PREMIER LEAGUE: ARSENAL

    The upcoming edition of the Barclays Premier League will be the last under the sponsorship of Barclays. The contract will be over at the end of the 2015/16 season and will not be renewed. It has been a very memorable journey since Barclays became the official sponsor back in 2004. Let’s go down memory lane and experience one more time…

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