Just when we thought it could not get any worse for Real Madrid, they went ahead and lost to CSKA Moscow in Russia. Suddenly, the goals have dried up, and Madrid are beginning to miss Cristiano Ronaldo.
The strong start to the season for Madrid is well and truly in the
Petr Cech should be dropped
It was a hard fought win for Arsenal, where Cardiff came back twice from behind, scoring two of their only shots on target.
Petr cech's struggle to adapt to the playing out of the back style of Emery is glaring for all to see, case in point,
At first, people thought that Zinedine Zidane's flower would wither quickly but the Real Madrid coach has followed up his first Champions League crown with another and a LaLiga title.
Now in his third year and concluding a calamitous league campaign, the flower argument is no longer used to minimise Los
Doing the same thing again and again but expecting a different result each time is the definition of insanity. It's the situation Arsenal seem to have found themselves in.
Personally, I think Arsene Wenger should have left on the high coming off a decade of being trophy less with the FA
By -Lanre Banjoko ( @iamlanreban)
Obafemi Martins is one of the most accomplished footballer out of Africa , A career that has seen him grace the top leagues in Europe,America and now Asia . “The weapon of mass destruction” as he is fondly called is arguably one of the finest
By Lanre Banjoko:
Once touted to be better than Rashford , just over two years ago . Kelechi’s England sojourn started on a very impressive note. Then manager of city ,Pellegrini believed so much in this teen-star he sold established striker Eden Dzeko to As Roma .
Kelechi grabbed his chance
When Levante hosted Valencia earlier on in the season it was a top of the table clash. But while Marcelino’s team is still up there fighting away, Levante are crashing harder than the Geordie Shore gang after a weekend in Ibiza.
Since the 25th September Levante have only won once. That
Paul Pogba to United: Evaluating The Impending €120m Deal
Every transfer move is a chess match; the seller trying to get paid as much as possible for a baggage, the buyer wrangling for a bargain. The summer is far spent but this duel is far from over: Paul Pogba’s signature on
With Portugal still basking in the euphoria of their European Championship triumph, large chunk of the french faithful still find it hard to believe how they allowed what seemed like a destined Euro-triumph slip .
Questions will definitely be raised about the tactical ounce of Didier Deschamps, not taking anything
As the pain of the Super Eagles non-qualification for the Confederation of African Football (CAF) African Cup of Nations “Gabon 2017” gradually eases off, Nigerians have taken to the usual post-match name-calling and blame-gaming of the technical crew and the lads. Vintage.
But this time around, the fans are barking up
Rogerio Ceni is the most capped player for any team in history.1152 appearances (and counting) is astonishing and he did this over a period od two decades.
He has won 17 major titles with his Brazilian clubside Sao Paulo and was capped 33 times between 1997- 2006 by his National team
Boing boing!!! Resurgent Brown Ideye completes his double with a power packed header to send the Baggies fans into football esctacy.
A quick flash-back (a month ago) at Loftus Road against Qpr, Berainho's esquisite through ball puts Ideye clear on goal with only goalkeeper Adrian to beat. Like a
Just when everybody thought it was all about one former Premier League striker, up popped another to steal the glory.
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Yakubu Aiyegbeni, once of Middlesbrough, Portsmouth and Everton, but a free agent when he was signed by Reading on deadline day, won a hugely entertaining FA Cup tie after
Colourful, flamboyant, hostile, wild, pulsating, fanatical and traditional. When I think of Africa these are the things that spring to the fore of my mind. It is a continent I am fixated with, and one I long to visit. From the mystical Moroccan mazes of Marrakesh to the monstrous
Nothing builds up excitement and expectations of avid followers of the English Premier League to a crescendo, than the transfer window. Consisting of two streams: Pre-season (9 June – 1 September) and Mid-season (1 January – 1 February), the transfer window offers clubs a veritable breather to bolster their