Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis insists Cardiff City’s “disappointing” complaints will not overshadow their likely Premier League survival. Cardiff are […]
Will Martinez do the double over Moyes? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Roberto Martinez has the opportunity to heap more pressure on Manchester United manager David Moyes this season. The Everton boss, who is one of the candidates for manager of the season, saw his side win at Old Trafford in the previous clash and he will be hoping for another Man Utd scalp when he welcomes...
Ghana captain Asamoah Gyan has predicted that the Black Stars will repeat their record of being Africa’s best team at the World Cup when the tournament kick off in Brazil in June.The Black Stars were Africa’s best side at the 2006 World Cup in Germany as they were the only African side to reach the last 16 of the tournament.They repeated the dose at the 2010 World Cup in South...
Everton manager Roberto Martinez has called for a “hostile” Goodison Park atmosphere as David Moyes returns with Manchester United. The […]
Alan Pardew has never been too good on small details like how many players were out of the side last Saturday, and after the defeat at Stoke he said we have had 10 players out – but the truth is that we had four players missing – Remy, Debuchy, Sissoko and Santon. Ben Arfa with Alan Pardew […]
Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew believes he can keep in-demand striker Loic Remy because of how well he has settled […]
Juan Mata certain Manchester United will sign top players this summer - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United attacker Juan Mata has moved to assure fans that the club’s transitional period will not effect the club in the long term, and that he fully expects top players to arrive at Old Trafford in the summer.
The 25-year-old joined the club in a record £37m deal...
United States coach Jurgen Klinsmann said the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil will be the pinnacle of his players’ […]
Moyes plots move for €30m Argentine midfielder - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United manager David Moyes was on a scouting trip in Portugal to watch Benfica beat Porto 3-1 in the semi-finals of the Taca de Portugal.
That the Red Devils need a central midfielder in the summer is known to all and they’ve been linked with several players from Portuguese league...
Despite Jose Mourinho incessantly playing down Chelsea’s hopes of winning the Premier League title, the Blues have admirably kept pace with the teams at the top of the table. After chasing down Arsenal and Manchester City for long periods of ... Read More
Arsene Wenger: Next season, Mesut Ozil will be the Player of the Year - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has stated his belief that record signing Mesut Ozil will return better than ever next season, and that the German will be among the candidates for Player of the Year.
The 25-year-old midfielder, who signed for the Gunners last summer for a record...
Manchester United manager David Moyes flew to Portugal to check on the form of three transfer targets – Eliaquim Mangala, Jackson Martinez and Guilherme Siqueira. This according to the Daily Mail.
We covered the Jackson Martinez angle in our last post here.
Martinez has attracted a large level of interest across Europe having been linked with moves to Arsenal, Chelsea, Roma...
England manager Roy Hodgson is worried about the impact midfielder Andrea Pirlo could have when his side face Italy at […]
Juventus star Carlos Tevez has labelled Antonio Conte a ‘top-level coach’ after yet another strong season by the Serie A […]
FAOK and Olympiakos are bitter rivals, so they decided to do something really awesome before their most recent match. […]
Originally posted on Top-soccer.com
Liverpool are now in a position to decide their own destiny after beating Manchester City 3-2 last weekend. The victory wiped out City’s advantage and Liverpool now have to win their remaining four fixtures to secure the Premiership title.
The City match proceeded an emotional week for everyone at Anfield as Tuesday marked the 25th anniversary...
Tim Howard’s tenure in the Everton goal is likely to extend beyond the 10-year mark.
Howard signed a new contract with Everton Thursday, which could keep him at the Premier League club until 2018.
BREAKING: Tim Howard signs contract extension until 2018. #WeAreEvertonians http://t.co/CjcZ0AY4cx— (@Everton) April 17, 2014
Everton manager Roberto Martinez praised Howard effusively...
The only games that separate the US from their World Cup opener with Ghana in Brazil are three international friendlies.
Jurgen Klinsmann will bring 30 players into camp before the game against Azerbaijan, and there are many questions as to who will fill these spots. So, here’s my attempt at trying to predict the 30, knowing everything we know after the Ukraine and Mexico friendlies...
As Liverpool edge towards an improbable league title and Tottenham fade away, many have taken the opportunity to compare the differing fortunes of the two clubs. Both teams started the season having finished outside the top four and were looking to break through this season. Both (initially) had young managers with much to prove. Tottenham have slipped up, unable to take advantage...
Here we go again…
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho is set to sign Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa for a reported 35 million pounds this summer.
The move reminds me of a similar highly-coveted move for a striker to potentially replace the King of Stamford Bridge (Didier Drogba) with Fernando Torres’ audacious transfer from Liverpool in January of 2011.
As a Chelsea supporter...
Sepp Blatter has problems with soccer’s strategy for combating racism.
The FIFA president says partial- or full-stadium bans amount to an “excessive” and “collective” punishment of innocent fans.
“Football without a crowd is like a concert without sound,” Blatter wrote in his column in FIFA Weekly, according to Sky Sports.
“Games behind closed doors are also included...
The Premier League season is coming to an end and the race for first place is still up in the air.
Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool have surprised many (if not all) by defying preseason odds and rocketing to the league’s summit. Chelsea and Manchester City will still have a say as to who will be crowned champions in May.
Arsenal, once again, seem to be fighting for their Champions...
Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Bakary Sako has hinted he could return to the club next season amid speculation linking him with […]
Aluko is frustrated at Hull City
Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis is chasing Hull City midfielder Sone Aluko.
The Mirror says the Nigeria striker, 25, has hinted that he is ready to quit the FA Cup finalists this summer.
Pulis is ready to hand him first-team football and will pay the £3.1million City would demand for the marksman.
Aluko said: “It was very frustrating not to...
Blatter is determined to curb racism in football
Fifa president Sepp Blatter has claimed that sporting sanctions such as points deductions are a better punishment for fans racist behaviour.
“Games behind closed doors are also included in the (Fifa) code but I regard this penalty as an extremely dubious instrument,” he said. “They represent a disproportionately collective punishment...