Monday, September 24, 2018

2018/19 Premier League Kits Revealed

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:21 AM
News – World Soccer
2018/19 Premier League Kits Revealed

Take a look at the new kits for the 2018/19 Premier League season here.

2018/19 Premier League KitsArsenal wore their new away kit against Boreham in a friendly. See all the new Premier league kits here (Getty Images) Take a look at the new kits for the 2018/19 Premier League season here.

Sunday, September 23, 2018

FIFA to upgrade flights, raise prize money for Women’s World Cup

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:06 AM
Football – Inquirer Sports
FIFA to upgrade flights, raise prize money for Women’s World Cup
FIFA to upgrade flights, raise prize money for Women's World Cup

LAUSANNE, Switzerland — In a concession to women’s football, FIFA will start funding business-class flights for some of the Women’s World Cup teams traveling to France for next year’s tournament. Total prize money will also “significantly increase” from the $15 million shared among 24 teams at the 2015 tournament, FIFA official Emily Shaw said Thursday […]

The post FIFA to upgrade flights, raise prize money for Women’s World Cup appeared first on Inquirer Sports.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Captaincy issue not a major concern for Chelsea boss

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:30 AM
Sport: : BreakingNews.ie
Captaincy issue not a major concern for Chelsea boss
Maurizio Sarri not getting hung up over who wears the armband.

Friday, September 21, 2018

Schalke Paying The Price For Selling Their Future | Nick Bidwell

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:27 AM
News – World Soccer
Schalke Paying The Price For Selling Their Future | Nick Bidwell

Knees, ankles, and Schalke in crisis are all on the agenda in Nick Bidwell's latest piece.

Schalke Paying The PriceGoretzka and Kehrer have both moved from Schalke to new teams (Getty Images) Knees, ankles, and Schalke in crisis are all on the agenda in Nick Bidwell's latest piece.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Mariano targeting Spain call-up after goalscoring Madrid return

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:06 AM
Soccerway.com
Mariano targeting Spain call-up after goalscoring Madrid return
Real Madrid striker Mariano Diaz represented Dominican Republic in a 2013 friendly and wants to switch allegiances to Spain.

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Ngezi catch them young

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:57 AM
Sport – The Standard
Ngezi catch them young

One of Zimbabwe’s leading platinum miners, Zimplats, and the sponsors of Premiership football side Ngezi Platinum Stars continue to give back to the Mhondoro community after hosting yet another successful […]

The post Ngezi catch them young appeared first on The Standard.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Thibaut Courtois – Real Madrid and Belgium

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:00 AM
News – World Soccer
Thibaut Courtois – Real Madrid and Belgium

Check out this Talent Scout piece on the Belgian goalkeeper, published in September 2011.

Thibaut CourtoisProfile: Courtois is one of the worlds best keepers (Getty Images) Check out this Talent Scout piece on the Belgian goalkeeper, published in September 2011.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Ronnie O’Sullivan gives trophy to fan after winning Shanghai Masters

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:51 AM
Sport: : BreakingNews.ie
Ronnie O’Sullivan gives trophy to fan after winning Shanghai Masters
The 42-year-old beat Barry Hawkins 11-9.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Christine Sinclair advances to NWSL title game

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:21 AM
Sportsnet.ca
Christine Sinclair advances to NWSL title game
Christine Sinclair advances to NWSL title game

PORTLAND, Ore. — Tobin Heath and Lindsey Horan scored and the Portland Thorns advanced to the National Women’s Soccer League championship game with a 2-1 semifinal victory over the Seattle Reign on Saturday.

The defending NWSL champion Thorns (13-6-6) will play the winner of the other semifinal between the Chicago Red Stars and the North Carolina Courage for the title next Saturday at Portland’s Providence Park.

The semifinal between the Courage (17-1-6) and Red Stars (9-5-10) was originally set for Sunday in Cary, but the game was moved to Tuesday night in Portland because of Hurricane Florence.

The move left the Courage, who finished with the best record in the league, without a post-season game at home. The NWSL named its championship venue in May.

The Reign went up first in the 28th minute when Megan Rapinoe’s corner kick appeared to hit the cross bar and carom straight to Jasmyne Spencer, who scored.

Horan was challenged by defenders and handed the ball off to Heath, whose shot from the corner of the box n the 43rd minute to tie it.

Heath appeared to score again in the 69th minute but she was called offside. The crowd roared with boos when the replay shown on the video scoreboard showed she wasn’t.

Horan scored the go-ahead goal in the 77th minute on a header that bounced in off the post. It was her 14th of the season.

"Obviously we were ready," Thorns goalkeeper Adrianna France said afterward. "That was a wild game. The first half, they came down our throats but we stayed in it and we got the job done."

Christine Sinclair of Burnaby, B.C, assisted on Horan’s winner. The 35-year-old — Canada’s all-time leading scorer with 173 international goals — captured the NWSL championship trophy with Portland last season.

The Thorns defeated the Reign 3-1 in the regular-season finale last week. With the win, the Thorns secured home-field advantage for the semifinal.

Neither Rapinoe nor Allie Long played last week but both played in the semifinal. Long had missed the last three games with a knee injury while Rapinoe had rib soreness and missed the team’s last two.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

Which is the best team?

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:36 AM
Sport – The Standard
Which is the best team?

THERE is always a huge amount of debate about which soccer team is the best in the English Premier League — Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham Hotspur…? […]

The post Which is the best team? appeared first on The Standard.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Current England Formation Clearly Flawed | Brian Glanville

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:24 AM
News – World Soccer
Current England Formation Clearly Flawed | Brian Glanville

Brian Glanville dissects the issues prevalent in the England national team in this piece.

England Formation Clearly FlawedBrian Glanville dissects the issues prevalent in the England national team in this piece.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Paul and Gary O'Donovan survive semi-final scare at World Championships

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:48 AM
Sport: : BreakingNews.ie
Paul and Gary O'Donovan survive semi-final scare at World Championships
Paul and Gary O'Donovan survive semi-final scare at World Championships
Aifric Keogh and Emily Hegarty have also secured their place in a world final.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Aiden O’Brien plans long international career after netting debut goal in Poland

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:03 AM
Sport: : BreakingNews.ie
Aiden O’Brien plans long international career after netting debut goal in Poland
The Millwall striker headed Ireland to within three minutes of victory.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

European clubs group says UEFA is preparing 3rd competition

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:12 AM
Football – Inquirer Sports
European clubs group says UEFA is preparing 3rd competition
European clubs group says UEFA is preparing 3rd competition

SPLIT, Croatia — European Club Association chairman Andrea Agnelli says UEFA is preparing to start a third club competition in 2021. Agnelli says a total of 96 teams would be involved if UEFA adds to the Champions League and Europa League. He says the plan is “pending approval” of the UEFA executive committee. Agnelli, who […]

The post European clubs group says UEFA is preparing 3rd competition appeared first on Inquirer Sports.

Monday, September 10, 2018

Maradona to coach soccer club in Mexico’s cartel heartland

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:21 AM
Football – Inquirer Sports
Maradona to coach soccer club in Mexico’s cartel heartland
Maradona to coach soccer club in Mexico’s cartel heartland

CULIACAN, Mexico — Diego Maradona, whose public battles with cocaine made him soccer’s poster child for the perils of substance abuse, is setting up camp in Mexico’s drug cartel heartland as the new coach of a second-tier team. Draped in official club gear, the Argentine soccer legend arrived this weekend in Culiacan, home turf of […]

The post Maradona to coach soccer club in Mexico’s cartel heartland appeared first on Inquirer Sports.

Sunday, September 9, 2018

Saturday, September 8, 2018

Friday, September 7, 2018

UEFA Nations League Groups

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:42 AM
News – World Soccer
UEFA Nations League Groups

Make sure you know who is playing who in the tournament by checking out the different groups.

UEFA Nations League GroupsWhat do the UEFA Nations League groups look like? Find out here (Getty Images) Make sure you know who is playing who in the tournament by checking out the different groups.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

PSG striker Mbappe handed 3-match ban for red card

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:21 AM
Sportsnet.ca
PSG striker Mbappe handed 3-match ban for red card
PSG striker Mbappe handed 3-match ban for red card

Paris Saint-Germain’s Kylian Mbappe has been suspended for three matches after being sent off during a French league game last weekend.

The 19-year-old striker, a member of the France squad which won the World Cup in July, received a red card in stoppage time during PSG’s 4-2 win over Nimes.

Mbappe scored in the victory but was later sent off for reacting to a late challenge from Teji Savanier, shoving the Nimes midfielder to the ground.

Savanier was handed a five-match ban by the French league’s disciplinary commission on Wednesday.

Mbappe is in Germany for France’s UEFA Nations League game in Munich on Thursday and did not attend the hearing.

He misses the league matches against Saint-Etienne on Sept. 14, four days before PSG starts its Champions League campaign at Liverpool, against Rennes on Sept. 23 and Reims on Sept. 26.

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

All these players have a World Cup winners medal and you don’t

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:06 AM
Dream Team FC
All these players have a World Cup winners medal and you don’t

The World Cup reminded us all that international football can actually be very good.

Forget all the complex mechanics of the new UEFA Nations League, it has thrown up some brilliant fixtures including England v Spain and World champions France v 2014 champs Germany.

Seeing Adil Rami join up with the France squad for the international break got us thinking about all the squad players to win a World Cup that will rarely be remembered.

We imagine this picture is in a massive frame in Rami’s houseGetty - Contributor

As we know, Rami’s place in the France squad was primarily for the magical powers his moustache possessed.

But every World Cup there is at least one lucky squad member who was called-up either as a late injury replacement, wildcard choice or because he’s the manager’s favourite.

Here’s a look at some of the most random players to have nabbed a World Cup winners medal in recent years.

SIGN UP – WIN £5k BY PLAYING DREAM TEAM WEEKENDER THIS WEEKEND
Have you signed up to play Dream Team Weekender?

Pick 7 players – no limit to the number of players you can choose from one club No transfer budget – any player is available to pick Only Saturday and Sunday fixtures Sign up to play Dream Team Weekender now
Italy 2006 – Cristian Zaccardo Buffon’s face after Zaccardo scored an own-goalReuters

The Italy team that won it 12 years ago was a truly great side from front to back.

Gig Buffon between the sticks, captain Fabio Cannavaro marshalling the backline, Gennaro Gattuso and Andrea Pirlo running hings in midfield and a choice of Alessandro Del Piero, Pippo Inzaghi, Luca Toni or Francesco Totti up front – it’s no surprise they won it.

But you might have forgotten about right back Cristian Zaccardo.

He made three appearances at the tournament, but has the unfortunate place in history of being the only player to score an own-goal at a World Cup then win it.

Only made two more international appearances after the tournament and was last seen playing for Hamrun Spartans in Malta, but he’s always have that winners medal.

Only one player has scored an own goal in a World Cup his side has gone on to win: Italy's Cristian Zaccardo in 2006.

— Richard Jolly (@RichJolly) June 12, 2014

Cristian Zaccardo is 31. He is infamously known for his 06' WC own goal vs. USA. He hasn't done much since. Milan are interested.

— Matteo Bonetti (@TheCalcioGuy) January 8, 2013

Spain 2010 – Fernando Llorente Sorry we had to circle him

This Spain side will go down as one of the all-time great international teams with two Euro triumphs sandwiching the World Cup success.

The whole philosphy was based on tiki-taka possession football, but when Xavi Andres Iniesta, Cesc Fabregas and Fernando Torres and co. couldn’t find a way through Fernando Llorente was plan D.

Having been ignored by Vicente Del Bosque in favour of Alvaro Negredo, Llorente was handed a surprise call-up for the 2010 World Cup and made just one appearance for 30 minutes against Portugal.

He won’t go down as a memorable figure in that great team but if anyone tries to rinse him at Spurs training he can just wave his medal in their face.

Germany 2014 – Matthias Ginter Sadly this was the closest Ginter got to the first team

The culmination of Germany’s football revolution saw Bastian Schweinsteiger lifting the World Cup trophy in Brazil in 2014, having pulled off one of the most incredible results in football history by beating Brazil 7-1 at the Maracana.

Unfortunately Matthias Ginter won’t really feel like he contributed to the team’s success.

Just 20 years old at the time and playing as a centre-back for Freiburg, Joachim Low called him up as last resort defensive cover.

He didn’t get a minute in Brazil and then went down in the record books as the only German to go to two World Cups and not play a single minute after his time in Russia this year.

But Ginter’s got a winners medal and Lionel Messi hasn’t.

France 2018 – Florian Thauvin Maybe just being close to Mbappe makes you a better playerGetty - Contributor

At least Thauvin actually made it onto the pitch at a World Cup, for exactly one minute in the 4-3 win over Argentina.

But that gives him as much claim to this World Cup win as the likes of Kylian Mbappe, Paul Pogba and Hugo Lloris.

Thauvin is best remembered for his ill-fated spell at Newcastle but he rebuilt his reputation at Marseille and wangled his way into France’s World Cup squad.

Still only 25, interestingly his best years in a France shirt could actually be in front of him.

READ MORE TO KEEP YOU ENTERTAINED DURING THE INTERNATIONAL BREAK: 

Glenn Murray is responsible for Marcus Bettinelli’s surprising England call-up Here’s why Barcelona will NEVER retire the No.10 shirt to honour Lionel Messi Why Dominic Calvert-Lewin is defying all the odds this season WATCH: Love Of The Game: Leyton Orient (Episode 1)

Tuesday, September 4, 2018

Real Madrid to face Chivas Guadalajara or AFC champions in Club World Cup

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:45 AM
Soccerway.com
Real Madrid to face Chivas Guadalajara or AFC champions in Club World Cup
Club World Cup holders Real Madrid will take on either Chivas Guadalajara or the Asian champions in their 2018 semi-final.

Monday, September 3, 2018

Tottenham’s Son avoids military duty with Asian Games gold

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:27 AM
Football – Inquirer Sports
Tottenham’s Son avoids military duty with Asian Games gold
Tottenham’s Son avoids military duty with Asian Games gold

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Tottenham forward Son Heung-min will get to skip military service. Son avoided the service obligation when South Korea defeated Japan 2-1 in the Asian Games soccer final on Saturday. The South Korean government rewards holders of Asian Games gold medals and all Olympic medals with the exemption. Military service is compulsory for […]

The post Tottenham’s Son avoids military duty with Asian Games gold appeared first on Inquirer Sports.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

UEFA Europa League Groups

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:00 AM
News – World Soccer
UEFA Europa League Groups

Check out the Europa League group stage draw which took place earlier today.

UEFA Europa League GroupsCheck out the Europa League group stage draw which took place earlier today.

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Friday, August 31, 2018

Thursday, August 30, 2018

Manchester United in talks with Anthony Martial over new four-year contract

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:40 AM
The Independent - Football
Manchester United in talks with Anthony Martial over new four-year contract
Manchester United in talks with Anthony Martial over new four-year contract
Martial has one year remaining on his current deal at Old Trafford, with the option of extending for an one further year until 2020

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Sam Allardyce believes Declan Rice could be making 'terrible mistake' by opting for England over Ireland

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:57 AM
Sport: : BreakingNews.ie
Sam Allardyce believes Declan Rice could be making 'terrible mistake' by opting for England over Ireland
Hammers defender Rice is at the centre of an international tug-of-war between Republic of Ireland and England.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Jamie Vardy to step down from England duty: 'I'm not getting any younger'

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:22 AM
The Independent - Football
Jamie Vardy to step down from England duty: 'I'm not getting any younger'
Jamie Vardy to step down from England duty: 'I'm not getting any younger'
England striker Jamie Vardy has announced his intention to step down from international duty as he turns to focus on his Leicester career.

Monday, August 27, 2018

Bournemouth team news: Eddie Howe set to shuffle his pack against MK Dons

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:54 AM
The Independent - Football
Bournemouth team news: Eddie Howe set to shuffle his pack against MK Dons
Bournemouth team news: Eddie Howe set to shuffle his pack against MK Dons
The Cherries are unbeaten across their first three Premier League games and now face League Two opposition in the cup

Sunday, August 26, 2018

Roman Abramovich ‘has put Chelsea football club on the market for £2bn’ after row with Government over visa status

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:36 AM
Dream Team FC
Roman Abramovich ‘has put Chelsea football club on the market for £2bn’ after row with Government over visa status

Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich has put the club up for sale with a price tag of more than £2billion, it was claimed last night.

It follows the Russian oligarch’s dispute with the Government in recent months over his visa status.

Businessman Roman Abramovich has apparently put Chelsea football club on the market for £2bn Businessman Roman Abramovich has apparently put Chelsea football club on the market for £2bnAFP - Getty

The mammoth figure demanded for Chelsea would smash the world record fee for the sale of a football club.

If a buyer summons up the cash it would nearly triple the most expensive takeover in history — the Glazer family’s £790million purchase of Manchester United in 2006.

The Raine Group has been hired to assist with the deal and will seek interest from China, the US and the Middle East, The Sunday Times has reported.

The investment bank also helped Manchester City’s Abu Dhabi owners to flog a 13 per cent stake to Chinese investors for £1.9billion three years ago.

Sir John Ratcliffe offered £2bn for the club but Abramovich refused the offerBritain’s richest man, Sir John Ratcliffe, offered £2bn for the club but Abramovich refused the offerGetty Images - Getty

Abramovich, 51, is said to have rejected a £2billion bid for his club from Britain’s richest man Sir Jim Ratcliffe earlier this year.

The Russian, who has an estimated fortune of £9billion, recently acquired Israeli citizenship amid his visa row in Britain.

He also halted plans for a new 60,000-capacity stadium for Chelsea that would have cost an estimated £500million.

Once renowned as big spenders, Chelsea’s transfer dealings have also slowed significantly compared to their rivals.

Getty Images - Getty Chelsea in action at Stamford Bridge. Abramovich has previously halted plans for a new 60,000-capacity stadium[/caption]

Abramovich has been in charge of Chelsea since July 2003 when he bought the West London club for £140million from Ken Bates.

Under his ownership, the Blues have won five Premier League titles, the Champions League, the Europa League and the FA Cup five times.

Chelsea declined to comment last night.

A source told The Sun the club is “not for sale”.

SIGN UP – WIN £5k BY PLAYING DREAM TEAM WEEKENDER THIS WEEKEND
Have you signed up to play Dream Team Weekender?

Pick 7 players – no limit to the number of players you can choose from one club No transfer budget – any player is available to pick Only Saturday and Sunday fixtures Sign up to play Dream Team Weekender now

WATCH: Love Of The Game: Leyton Orient (Episode 1)

Saturday, August 25, 2018

Serena Williams to be banned from wearing catsuit at French Open

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:42 AM
Sport: : BreakingNews.ie
Serena Williams to be banned from wearing catsuit at French Open
Serena Williams to be banned from wearing catsuit at French Open
The tournament is preparing to introduce new dress code rules.

Friday, August 24, 2018

Austin MLS team to be named Austin FC

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:42 AM
Sportsnet.ca
Austin MLS team to be named Austin FC
Austin MLS team to be named Austin FC

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin doesn’t have a Major League Soccer team just yet, but the club-to-come-later already has a name, a logo and team colours.

Anthony Precourt, who owns the Columbus Crew and wants to move his team to Austin by next season, and his Precourt Sports Ventures ownership group unveiled the Austin FC name and its green, black and white logo Wednesday night in Austin. The team name had already been registered by MLS in 2017.

The city council voted last week to move ahead with a stadium plan for a $200 million, 20,000-seat facility that will be privately financed and built on city land.

Precourt still faces a lawsuit in Ohio that seeks to keep the team in Columbus. The Crew is one of MLS’s founding franchises.

Thursday, August 23, 2018

9-man NYCFC ties Red Bulls in Hudson River Derby

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:12 AM
Sportsnet.ca
9-man NYCFC ties Red Bulls in Hudson River Derby
9-man NYCFC ties Red Bulls in Hudson River Derby

NEW YORK — David Villa scored his 10th goal of the season in the 52nd minute and nine-man New York City FC tied the New York Red Bulls 1-1 on Wednesday night in the Hudson River Derby.

NYCFC (14-6-6) is the only MLS team undefeated at home this season, going 10-0-3. New York (15-6-4) has just one win in the last six series meetings — with three losses.

Shortly after the Red Bulls took the lead in the 37th minute on Bradley Wright-Phillips’ 16th goal, Eloi Amagat was given a straight red card for a studs-up challenge of Marc Rzatkowski. Amagat, a veteran Spanish midfielder, was making his first MLS appearance.

NYCFC rallied in the second half when Villa settled Jo Inge Berget’s glancing header and powered it under the arm of Luis Robles. NYC is now one of two teams with two double-digit scorers, joining the Red Bulls.

NYCFC midfielder Ebenezer Ofori was sent off in the 73rd for a studs-up tackle of Wright-Phillips.

Wright-Phillips has 12 goals in 12 games against NYCFC.

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Lewandowski hits out at Bayern bosses

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:27 AM
Soccerway.com
Lewandowski hits out at Bayern bosses
Robert Lewandowski said neither Karl-Heinz Rummenigge nor Uli Hoeness defended him from criticism earlier this year.

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Premier League condemns football live streaming channel operating on 'industrial scale'

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:27 AM
The Independent - Football
Premier League condemns football live streaming channel operating on 'industrial scale'
Premier League condemns football live streaming channel operating on 'industrial scale'
The Premier League plans to take legal action against the illegal piracy operation in Saudi Arabia

Monday, August 20, 2018

No Ronaldo, no Zidane, no problem for Real Madrid

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:36 AM
Football – Inquirer Sports
No Ronaldo, no Zidane, no problem for Real Madrid
No Ronaldo, no Zidane, no problem for Real Madrid

Real Madrid got their La Liga campaign off to a winning start with a 2-0 victory at home to Getafe on Sunday in their first league outing since the summer departures of Cristiano Ronaldo and coach Zinedine Zidane. The European champions ensured the three points at the Santiago Bernabeu with a 20th-minute goal from Dani […]

The post No Ronaldo, no Zidane, no problem for Real Madrid appeared first on Inquirer Sports.

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Premier League Transfers – All Completed and Confirmed Signings

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:21 AM
News – World Soccer
Premier League Transfers – All Completed and Confirmed Signings

Check out all the latest Premier League transfer news, signings, and fees here

Liverpool's new signing Alisson Becker (Getty Images) Check out all the latest Premier League transfer news, signings, and fees here

Friday, August 17, 2018

Ex-Portugal boss appointed as South Korea head coach

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:42 AM
Football – Inquirer Sports
Ex-Portugal boss appointed as South Korea head coach
Ex-Portugal boss appointed as South Korea head coach

SEOUL, South Korea— South Korea has appointed ex-Portugal manager Paulo Bento as head coach of the national team. The 49-year-old Bento is charged with leading the national team to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar and replaces Shin Tae-yong, who was not offered a new contract in July after South Korea’s group-stage exit at the […]

The post Ex-Portugal boss appointed as South Korea head coach appeared first on Inquirer Sports.

Thursday, August 16, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: PSG snap up Kehrer from Schalke

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:03 AM
Soccerway.com
BREAKING NEWS: PSG snap up Kehrer from Schalke
Highly rated defender Thilo Kehrer has sealed his anticipated move from Bundesliga side Schalke to Ligue 1 champions Paris Saint-Germain.

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Petr Cech in Twitter spat with Bayer Leverkusen as they mock performance in Arsenal's defeat by Manchester City

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:54 AM
The Independent - Football
Petr Cech in Twitter spat with Bayer Leverkusen as they mock performance in Arsenal's defeat by Manchester City
Petr Cech in Twitter spat with Bayer Leverkusen as they mock performance in Arsenal's defeat by Manchester City
Arsenal goalkeeper was mocked for nearly scoring an own-goal while trying to play out from the back, only for him to respond and label their tweet 'sad' and unprofessional

Monday, August 13, 2018

Messi record 33rd title as Barcelona wins Spanish Super Cup

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:15 AM
Football – Inquirer Sports
Messi record 33rd title as Barcelona wins Spanish Super Cup
Messi record 33rd title as Barcelona wins Spanish Super Cup

TANGIER, Morocco — Lionel Messi won his 33rd title with Barcelona on Sunday to become the most successful player in the Catalan club’s history. Barcelona beat Sevilla 2-1 in the Spanish Super Cup as Messi overtook Andres Iniesta, who had 32 titles when he left this summer for the Japanese league. Ousmane Dembele scored a […]

The post Messi record 33rd title as Barcelona wins Spanish Super Cup appeared first on Inquirer Sports.

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Sturaro joins Sporting on loan

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 4:33 AM
Soccerway.com
Sturaro joins Sporting on loan
Juventus have confirmed midfielder Stefano Sturaro will spend the 2018-19 season on loan at Sporting CP.

Saturday, August 11, 2018

Small steps enable Guardiola to see the bigger picture

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 3:39 AM
Sport: : BreakingNews.ie
Small steps enable Guardiola to see the bigger picture
Pep Guardiola claims simply winning matches, not more titles, is his chief motivation as champions Manchester City begin their title defence.

Friday, August 10, 2018

Jurgen Klopp concedes expectations are high at Liverpool after strong summer window

Posted By: Valentin Valica - 5:24 AM
The Independent - Football
Jurgen Klopp concedes expectations are high at Liverpool after strong summer window
Jurgen Klopp concedes expectations are high at Liverpool after strong summer window
Many pundits see Liverpool as the team most likely to challenge champions Manchester City for the Premier League title

Copyright © VIP Predictions (Soccer statistics, predictions, tables and Head to Head)™ is a registered trademark.

Designed by Templateism. Hosted on Blogger Platform.