Ironically, United conceded in what used to be celebrated as “Fergie time”, furthering the concern around the poor state of affairs at the club. Continue reading United fall short again
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
Guardiola might dazzle with his tiki-taka, high pressing flavor of football but there are other more subtle and negative tactics the Spanish coach utilizes to give his team an extra edge. Continue reading Pep’s More Subtle Tactics
This turn of events is unfortunate and it is clear that instead of finding a real, long-term solution for this problem, the EFL is indirectly sanctioning England’s most successful team for no valid reason. Continue reading Liverpool sanctioned by EFL for being successful
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
Liverpool have been one of the best teams in Europe recently while United have looked like a mid-table side at best ever since Ole has accepted the permanent manager role at Old Trafford. Yet, the United team and coach seem to be relishing the challenge of facing their bitter rivals on Sunday. Continue reading Liverpool game could be turning point for Solskjaer