As I type this, Cristiano has just scored his third goal of the night against Atletico Madrid and Real Madrid are cruising at 3-0 at the Calderon. Continue reading “Atletico Madrid”
You know what? England have played pretty well over the last week or so. Continue reading “The International Break”
When American owners Tom Hicks and George Gillett sold Liverpool Football Club to the Fenway Sports Group in October 2010, they inherited a Football Club rich with tradition, a trophy cabinet full of European, League and Domestic trophies and a fan base which was unrivalled in world Football. However, they also inherited a Football club which was perilously close to Administration, had the weakest playing squad for years and a stadium which was in desperate need of renovation. Continue reading “Back From The Brink.”
Ten Games In.
I did one of these reviews after 5 games and it went down really well, so I hope you enjoy this one. Basically, its a review of every Premier League team and how they have fared in their first 10 league matches. I will do one after 15 games as well if this is successful. Continue reading “Ten Games In.”
When Gareth Bale left Tottenham Hotspur in the summer of 2013, many fans and pundits spoke about whether the winger from Wales could work his left footed magic in the Spanish capital. Two Champions League titles and 50 goals in 90 games later, he has just put pen to paper on the most lucrative contract in the history of Football which will see him earn £600,000 a week for the next 6 years, taking him above players such as Messi, Ronaldo and Graziano Pelle in the salary wars. Continue reading “Gareth Bale’s New Real Madrid Contract”