The first match day of the new year was concluded with Everton and Tottenham’s draw at Goodison Park last evening, and here are the three things that particularly caught our attention during a weekend of intriguing performances. Risk Is Good … Continue reading 3 Things We Learned From This Weekend
Yesterday’s draw for the play-off round of this year’s Champions League campaign had been eagerly anticipated in Manchester, with United hoping to return to Europe’s prime competition after being absent last season. As the draw came to its conclusion, Manchester … Continue reading CL Play-Off – ManUtd To Face Belgians
With Giovani dos Santos’ transfer to the MLS confirmed, the top flight of US football seems to have taken yet another step towards becoming a high-quality destination for top-level footballers, rather . At the Los Angeles Galaxy, the 26-year old … Continue reading Giovani dos Santos Is Another Boost For MLS
It was reported yesterday, that Manchester United had agreed a fee of €17.8 million with Italian club Torino for the transfer of right-back Matteo Darmian who will arguably be an unknown to many. Educated at Italian giants AC Milan, Darmian cannot … Continue reading Who Is The Right Right-Back?
As the quality of the MLS, the top tier in the American football landscape, continues to improve, more major players seem to be willing to have a go at playing in North America, despite having high-quality fuel left in the … Continue reading Coming To America
In recent years in particular, Turkey has failed to live up to the expectations of a football-mad nation, with both the country’s national team and its major clubs failing to make an impression. Of course, there was the odd golden … Continue reading Turkish Transfer Tuesday
Just a day after Independence Day, the US Women’s soccer team have fittingly won the 2015 World Cup in neighbouring Canada by beating Japan by 5-2. With just over 15 minutes played, the US were up by 4-0, with captain … Continue reading US Ladies Take The Trophy!