- World Class €125million Star Offered to Klopp’s Liverpool
- Mourinho Ready to Splash $58.6million to Sign Emil Forsberg
- Virgil Van Dijk Expected to Sign for Liverpool
- Real Chance of Signing – £350,000-a-week Star Only wants Man Utd Move
- Manchester United Ready to Move Big to Sign $117,000-a-week Star
- Keita Often On his Own & Trains Dull – Making Things Easier for Liverpool
- Man Utd Pushing to Secure Agreement to Sign €75million Star
Category Archives: English Premier League
In June 2011, Kenny Dalglish bought one of the so called biggest English talents from Sunderland – Jordan Henderson. Dalglish paid a staggering 20m for the youngster and everyone in Liverpool FC was excited about new young signing and looked forward to the bright … Continue reading
Luis Suarez is someone who is never absent from a footballing debate and everyone has an opinion on him. Racist, diver, world class, legend are the contrasting views that people hold of him, but prolific goalscorer is one that hasn’t … Continue reading
It is well known that Rafa Benitez, former Liverpool and Valencia manager, who criticised Chelsea, has been appointed as their manager since the 21st November.
Chris Hughton’s Canaries recorded a famous victory at Carrow Road at the weekend, with Manchester United joining Arsenal in leaving Norfolk empty-handed.
Not too long ago, Liverpool were a side that began every season with hopes of winning the Premiership title. Now they seem to look upon fourth place with similar hope, but unfortunately also similar are the bleak odds of them … Continue reading
One of unwritten football rules is that one time great player not necessarily need to be a good manager. The most reliable proof for that is – Mark Hughes.
Not so long ago, reports claimed that Javier “Chicharito” Hernández the mexican sensation at Manchester United has been put on the table for many teams but the truth is that if he stays the way he has been and keeps scoring … Continue reading
Manchester United look to strengthen their position at the top of the premier league with a win against Aston Villa tomorrow. Having won last two premier league outings against rivals Arsenal and Chelsea, the Red Devils will be confident to … Continue reading
Following recent poor displays and defeats this season to Norwich, and Manchester United; and Arsenal’s eight year trophy drought – many Arsenal fans do really believe it is time for Wenger to leave the club with his head held high.
Ten games gone and the bottom three teams in the Premier League have a paltry 13 points between them.