Crystal Palace bounced on a hat trick of errors from Victor Lindelof to beat United at Old Trafford, in what was United’s first game of the new season. Continue reading MUN 1-3 CRY: United still in preseason mode
United are on the right track under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. To really challenge for top honours, they now need to improve an already good squad into a team of world beaters like Manchester City and Liverpool. Continue reading ManUtd not so magnificent after all
While fans would surely welcome the return of football, even if it’s behind closed doors, some players and managers have responded negatively to leagues being resumed too quickly. Continue reading Football is back!
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, all top level leagues are now suspended until further notice. Plenty of solutions have been brought forward, with many believing all competitions should be canceled, skipping the 2019-2020 season as if it never happened but the Overhead Kick would like to make the case for resumption once the pandemic is over, for this seems to be the only solution that … Continue reading Resuming Leagues After Pandemic Is Only Fair Solution
Lampard’s team now have four losses in their last five league games. If United and Spurs win tomorrow, they will respectively be two and three points behind Chelsea, meaning a Champions League berth is no longer beyond reach. Continue reading VAR and Goal Line Tech show value in Bournemouth win
United today showed that they can be fearless against even the best oppositions in the World. When their whole team shows up, they can beat anybody. It’s been a long time since United last came to the Etihad with so much confidence. Continue reading Match Report: Manchester City 1-2 Manchester United
Wenger will be chiefly responsible for overseeing and driving the growth and development of the sport for both men and women around the world. Continue reading Arsene Wenger becomes FIFA’s new Chief of Global Football Development!
Liverpool beat title rivals Manchester City 3-1 today, keeping Pep’s men at bay and opening a 9 point gap between the two teams. Leicester City and Chelsea continued their good form and are second and third respectively. Leicester’s good fortune came at the expense of Arsenal who lost again, while Spurs drew. Manchester United managed to score three and beat Brighton, a rarity in the … Continue reading EPL Game Week 12 Report: Liverpool, Leicester and Chelsea in pole position
Today’s game showed that regardless of how much of a gap there is between these two teams, they will always give it their all against each other. Continue reading United 1-1 Liverpool
As for this Turkish team, they will hurt plenty of European giants with the energy and never-say-die attitude they bring to the game. I would not be surprised if they come out of Euro 2020 as standout performers. Continue reading Turkey frustrate France again