With no club football until August, let’s take a round of the top clubs around Europe and see what they have been up to so far this summer. Continue reading EPL Top Six Transfer Updates
David De Gea, Romelu Lukaku, Paul Pogba – what do they all have in common? All have been linked with a move away from Manchester United this season. With United out of the Champions League and their stars coming under a lot of criticism… Continue reading United could take a page out of Levy’s playbook
For five years, Mauricio Pochettino has endured austerity and transfer window disappointments while navigating the toughest league in the world and yet, the Argentine has managed to take his squad to the Champions League final in Madrid. Continue reading Madrid 2019: Pochettino’s big moment has arrived
On Monday, Brighton Hove & Albion Football Club announced they had sacked Chris Hughton, after five years of collaboration. Hughton, the only British black manager in the EPL, brought Brighton to the EPL from the lower leagues and kept them at the top for two consecutive seasons, adding an impressive run in the FA Cup where they lost 1-0 to English champions Manchester City. See … Continue reading Brighton’s Hughton sack nonsensical
Manchester City are setting new standards in terms of the number of points required to win the Premier League. They did it with 100 points last season and now they have won a second consecutive title under Pep Guardiola with a whopping 98 points. Kudos to Liverpool FC, who took the title challenge right to the last game week and who were unfortunate to end … Continue reading Manchester City are Champions!
This year’s Champions League and Europa League finalists are all from the English Premier League. Liverpool and Spurs both came back from three goals down in the UCL semi-finals to book a place in the final in Madrid. Arsenal brushed aside Valencia 7-3 on aggregate as Emery showed his experience in the competition. Chelsea toiled to beat a very good Frankfurt side – surely the … Continue reading EPL teams show strength in Europe
Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool have been brilliant this season, impressing both in England and on the European stage. Even with a world class level of performance throughout this season, Liverpool might have nothing to show for it ultimately. The reason: Barcelona and Messi, Manchester City and their pile of cash. Klopp might yet again end up as the manager who dazzles but too often ends up … Continue reading Jurgen Klopp and the Curse of the Runner Up