Barca Favorites but United still in it

Barcelona host Manchester United at the Nou Camp for their quarter final return leg, having won the previous game 0-1 at Old Trafford. The Spanish champions will want to avoid a similar fate to PSG, who suffered a magnificent, albeit lucky, “remontada” at the hands of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men in the previous round. See also: How Solskjaer could build a “worthy” United team Ernesto Valverde … Continue reading Barca Favorites but United still in it

Guardiola incident confirms poor quality of journalism in football

If you have read my story behind starting this blog, you will undoubtedly understand why the press conference from Pep Guardiola today was particularly interesting for me. The Catalan ex-player and coach summarized everything that’s wrong with reporting in the World of football (and also in general) in a few seconds. See also: Racism & Corruption at Paris St Germain To give you the backstory, the … Continue reading Guardiola incident confirms poor quality of journalism in football

The Champions League draw !

Manchester United v PSG*: This one could quickly turn ugly for Manchester United, especially if they do not fix their leaky defence. PSG are clear favorites. The second leg at home even gives them a slight advantage. There’s still time until February so maybe United can surprise the French champions. Will that be with or without Mourinho? Only time will tell. See also: Ronaldo’s Excellence in … Continue reading The Champions League draw !

Ronaldo’s Excellence in Numbers

Cristiano Ronaldo is a player who needs no introduction. Unless you’ve been living in a cave for the past fifteen years, you’ve surely heard his name at least once. The Portuguese forward is one of those players you’ll see only once or twice in a lifetime. He is a footballing genius, accomplished athlete and has brought success wherever he has played. See also: David De Gea … Continue reading Ronaldo’s Excellence in Numbers