Monthly Archives: July 2017

Morata is a Blue

Chelsea Football Club is delighted to announce Alvaro Morata has completed his move from Real Madrid on a five-year-deal. Morata will now join up with the squad on its pre-season tour of Asia. A strong, quick and skilful forward adept at leading the line and bringing his team-mates into play, Morata’s movement on and off… Read More »

TOP 25: World’s Best Football Managers

Despite an inconsistent season for Guardiola in his first campaign as City boss – one that will end as his first ever without a trophy – the highly rated Catalan tops this list. Guardiola is used to consistent success having claimed 21 trophies and championships since being named Barcelona boss in 2008 and it is his… Read More »

THE TRANSFER WINDOW: SO FAR SO GOOD

The transfer window so far so good has been a very busy and interesting one with clubs across the European leagues haggling buys and sales of players in an ever increasingly over bloated market; while Man Utd’s pursuit of Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata failed they got Lukaku instead, Arsenal and Mr. Wenger are finally… Read More »

LUKAKU PROMISES MORE GOALS FOR UNITED

Romelu Lukaku is off the mark for Manchester United, having scored his first goal for the club during the pre-season victory over Real Salt Lake in Utah. The Belgian’s effort proved decisive as the Reds came from behind at Rio Tinto Stadium to make it two wins from two during Tour 2017, presented by Aon, having comfortably seen… Read More »

NEW DEAL FOR TRIPPIER: “I have more to offer”

The attacking right-back, 26, has made 41 appearances for Tottenham Hotspur since joining from Burnley in June, 2015. Kieran finished the last campaign strongly, appearing in the FA Cup semi-final, as well as home wins against Arsenal and Manchester United, as he registered five assists in total – the joint highest number from a defender… Read More »

The Curious Case of Theo Walcott

The Wonder kid who signed for Arsenal on January 20, 2006 at the age of 16 for a deal worth £12.5 million and instantly burdened with the unenviable task of filling the void vacated by club legend and speedster Thierry Henry is at the center of this piece. However, I can honestly and categorically say… Read More »

The 20 Best Players in Premier League History

20. YAYA TOURE Given that Manchester City have won two league titles, it is only right that at least one of their players makes this list. Vincent Kompany, David Silva and Sergio Aguero came close, but it is Yaya Toure who ultimately comes out on top. The Ivorian powerhouse appears lethargic at times, but is… Read More »