The Premier League boasts some of the top managers in world football, but what lures those top managers to this league?
Raheem Sterling has faced some unwanted criticism from the media lately, which has only made preparations for the World Cup more difficult.
Ranieri’s reign in Nantes has come to a typically dramatic end as the Tinkerman dared the club to sack him in response to the president’s description of him as “unprofessional”.
Last weekend, Fulham secured promotion to the Premier League with a gritty 1-0 victory over Aston Villa in the EFL Championship Play-off Final, demonstrating that a youthful team with guts and flair can overcome the weathered and battle-hardened old guard.
The end of the EPL season brought joy to some and relegation to others. Some of the players on those teams just relegated will soon be jumping to new clubs in order to stay up for another season. Which players are most likely to leave their relegated teams behind?
Antonio Valencia has been at Manchester United since he was part of the compensation package in exchange for Christiano Ronaldo’s transfer out. Over the years he has moved from full-back to winger and back again. At 32 years-of-age now, can he still contribute to United’s future?
Raheem Sterling may not be the first name that comes to mind of England supporters if they’re asked to name their best player—but he could prove himself to be the difference-maker for the Three Lions.
Arsene Wenger’s 22-year legacy at Arsenal is over, and former PSG and Sevilla manager Unai Emery has been confirmed to take his place.
The world around us is now surrounded by green initiatives as humans have realized (finally) just how cataclysmic the damages we’re causing are. But what about in football?
As world football becomes an even more popular sport all over the globe, opportunities for the best parts of the game’s appeal to be lost in a flurry of spending are also on the rise. But there are yet signs that the game may not merely be reduced to the whims of the highest bidders.