Club Links

Our ‘Club Links’ section is a carefully curated list of websites, blogs, fanzines and forums dedicated to clubs from around the world!

If you would like yourclub website to feature on our club links section, please get in touch( and we may be able to arrange this for you!

  • Arsenal Untold Arsenal – A blog on all things Arsenal… Arsenal related posts written by upper90magazine,  have been published on ‘Untold Arsenal’ in the past. Look out for us on ‘Untold Arsenal’ in the future.
  • LiverpoolEmpire of the Kop – Blog dedicated to Liverpool, by Liverpool supporters for Liverpool supporters.
  • Man City Man City Issues – A great blog looking at the world’s richest team. Tactics, Transfers, Analysis Man City Issues covers it all.
  • Chonburi FC Chonburi FC is a Thai Premier league outfit, this is their English language website. If you see football from a Thai perspective on upper90 it has probably come from here!

4 Responses to Club Links

  1. Think that maybe chelsea r in need of a change in formation as we have so many strikers we might aswell use them and put 2 up front cause there is not point in having 3 in the middle if they cant control the centre of the park

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  3. David says:

    Chelsea are in need of a change in formation as we have so many strikers we might as well use them.

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