You would remember how Arsenal began the week with a hard-fought 2-0 victory over Sutton United. On Sunday before that, Lincoln City FC defeated Burnley and qualified for the fifth round of the FA Cup. That’s just a quick glimpse of how the lower levels of English football are bringing the game to their seniors. Well, they certainly began this week with a bang. Football right now doesn’t obey the rules of seniority; everyone wants…"Football right now is full of highs and lows; this week showed that"
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"
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"
Hello guys, welcome to another awesome week. Last week, we had talked about various sport-related issues, including how Liverpool seemed to need Sadio Mane more than ever. We also saw how they got their wish; Senegal lost to Cameroon in the quarterfinals of AFCON, and Mane went back to Liverpool early. However, that did not seem to change a thing- Liverpool still managed to lose to Hull City last weekend, even with Mane in the…"Weekend review: AFCON concludes, CR7 turns 32, Chelsea thrash Arsenal"
Last night, there were some matches played in the international scene. These matches were World Cup qualifications matches, and there were some pleasant surprises. Some of the biggest names in world football were present, though the people you would have expected to win failed to do so. Here are some of those matches from the World Cup qualifications: Portugal 0-2 Switzerland: The Euro champions got a rude awakening, courtesy of Switzerland. Portugal greatly missed the presence…"World Cup Qualifications: My thoughts on yesterday’s games"
The German Bundesliga kicked off in style last weekend. I’m not going to say too much about it; that particular league does not need any introduction. But I will say that there were exciting games that happened in Germany this weekend, and we heard all the right noises. Here are my observations on the weekend’s matches: Bayern Munich pick up from where they stopped last season: What, were you expecting something different? Nope, I’m sorry;…"Germany’s Bundesliga kicks off in style"