Yaay, everyone! The UEFA Champions League is back! I can’t tell you how happy I am to use that sentence; that’s the biggest club football competition in the world, guys. My dudes, do you remember what the draws were? Bayern will take on Arsenal. Real Madrid will play against Napoli. Barcelona will face PSG. Juventus will play Porto. Sevilla will face Leicester City. Benefica will host Borussia Dortmund, and Manchester City will play Monaco. Here’s…"UEFA Champions League: Europe’s top club football competition is back"
Hello, ladies and gentlemen; welcome to another beautiful week. The weekend was beautiful for a lot of reasons; all the football that happened was just mind-blowing. It’s just the right combination of good, bad and bizarre- if you missed any part of it, well, you missed a lot. For example, did you hear of the Hand of Dog? Liverpool got their first Premier League victory of 2017. Finally. Their victims are kind of surprising- you…"Weekend highlights: Hand of Dog, Chelsea draw, Liverpool win at last"
Leicester City officially has the record for the worst title defence ever in the Premier League. that title formerly belonged to Chelsea; however, now the Blues are running away with the title, while the Foxes are battling relegation. Will they survive this? Also, how does this compare to Chelsea’s horrid last season? First, Chelsea fell out with their coach, Jose Mourinho; this led to a silent mutiny on the part of the players. I believe…"Leicester City is having a far worse season than last season’s Chelsea"
Guys, I’m pretty sure you know about Philip Lahm and his illustrious career. The dude has won almost everything there is to be won, both for Germany and his club, Bayern Munich. Well, the dude is calling time on this glittering career; he has announced that he will retire at the end of the season. At the ripe old age of 33, he has pretty much earned the rest he will get. Also, he will…"Philip Lahm will retire from football at the end of the season"
Who will replace Arsene Wenger if he leaves at the end of the season? The Gunners coach announced that he will make a decision on his Arsenal future based on his “gut feeling”. Dude, you have done magnificently; however, it’s better to leave on your own terms than to be kicked out. The way things look right now, Arsene Wenger might get fired. Man, won’t that be a surprise? Already, the club has identified some…"Arsene Wenger does not need to stay on; potential title-winners await"
What a weekend, guys. everything that happened during the weekend was a topic worthy of serious discussion. Some of these things we saw coming; others were rude shocks. For example, did any of you guys expect Arsenal to beat Chelsea last weekend? That’s one thing I knew would happen, even as Arsenal beat them in the first game. In fact, when Arsenal won that match, alarm bells went off in my head. “There’ll be hell…"Football: The weekend was full of rude shocks, goals and surprises!"