Monthly Archives: April 2012
Iceland international has told his club Hoffenheim that he does not want to return to the Bundesliga Gylfi Sigurdsson has insisted on a summer move to the Premier League. The midfielder has been a revelation since his loan switch to Swansea City from Hoffenheim in January, scoring eight goals in his last 13 league games. […]
Pep Guardiola has sensationally called time on his Barcelona career following a difficult season in which the Catalans relinquished their grip on La Liga to rivals Real Madrid and were knocked out of the Champions League Roberto Di Matteo’s Chelsea. The 41-year-old, who was appointed in 2008 and has led the Catalan club to 13 […]
Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 Blackburn Rovers Tottenham moved back into fourth place in the table with a comfortable win over struggling Blackburn in the Barclays Premier League. Rafael van der Vaart opened the scoring from close range midway through the first half after Gareth Bale’s effort had been cleared off the line, while William Gallas headed against the […]
On 28th May 2010, it was confirmed Jose Mourinho would be taking over from Manuel Pellegrini at Real Madrid. ‘The Special One’ arrived at the Bernabau with a huge task on his hands. Since 2008, Barcelona had become the dominant force in Spanish football; it was his job to change this. Before joining Los Blancos, […]
Wigan Athletic 4-0 Newcastle United A fantastic first-half display secured Wigan a thumping win over Newcastle United, boosting their prospects of Barclays Premier League survival. The Latics’ biggest League win of the season helped them move three points clear of the drop zone – and hit the Magpies’ hopes of Champions League qualification.
Following two exhilarating Champions League Semi-finals, many fans have called on UEFA to overhaul regulations which have effectively ruled key players from Bayern and Chelsea out of the final on May 19.
After a poor season by Manchester United’s standards, many fans will be calling for dramatic change when the transfer window re-opens in July. Sir Alex Ferguson’s side undeniably came up short in Europe this year. First, they crashed out of the Champions League group stages, and then in the same month, they lost in the […]
Just when all the odds seemed to be stacked against Chelsea—two goals down, John Terry sent off, playing away against mighty Barcelona—the Blues staged a remarkable comeback and sealed a trip to Munich for this year’s UEFA Champions League final. Here are five of the key players who made it happen.
Germany has the most decorated national team in the history of the UEFA European Championship. With three titles and three runners-up medals, Die Mannschaf is once again expected to be a force to be reckoned with. They will start the tournament in Group B where three heavily anticipated matchups with some of the world strongest teams await them. Labeled […]