After the despair of Monday’s events, Manchester United have the chance to bring some pride back to Manchester. Ajax however stands between tem and the Europa League trophy plus Champions League football next season. Team News Jose Mourinho has a fresh squad available after resting several players during Sunday‘s 2-0 victory over… Continue reading From despair to glory
After yesterday’s review of Premier League clubs ranked A – L, we are now reflecting on the clubs alphabetically ranked M – W. Manchester City Pep Guardiola saw his Citizens off to a flyer before the wheels nearly flew off en route to third place. A strong start saw Man City win… Continue reading How did each club fare this season? M – W
The dust has settled following a pretty routine final day of Premier League fixtures. Chelsea are champions but before they can reflect on a sensation season, they need to sort out Antonio Conte’s future. Pep Guardiola, Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho will be amongst those wondering where things went wrong this season. Others… Continue reading How did each club fare this season? A – L
The French Open is nearly upon us and promises to be one of the most unpredictable tournaments in years. Sit back and get set for a guide on how things are shaping up for the second Grand Slam of 2017. When does 2017 French Open start? Action on the clay courts of… Continue reading Who will reign at Roland Garros?
The final round of fixtures in the 2016-17 Premier League season is finally upon us with nearly everything settled. As everyone head off for the summer break, the only thing still in the balance are the final Champions League spots. Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester City are all in contention knowing how vital getting wins here are… Continue reading Anything goes
I have caught up with a true goalkeeping legend of the Premier League era, Shay Given. Take a listen as Given discusses working with Kenny Dalglish, his 11 years at Newcastle and the latter years of his career. With special thanks to Shay Given and the Stoke City media department.
Bradford and Millwall will go head to head for a place in the Sky Bet Championship next season. Both teams have been in the second tier before: Bradford in 2004 and Millwall in 2014-15 Recent meetings between these sides have often been tight yet thrilling, making this probably one of the strongest… Continue reading Championship abound