The clash of titans between Manchester United and Ajax Amsterdam at the Friends Arena in Stockholm will close this year‘s Europa League. Two great names of the European football – in one corner is Manchester United, three-time European Champions, and in the other, Ajax Amsterdam – the European champions on four occasions. Ajax has all
Wednesday, May 24th 2017 is Manchester United’s first European final since the 2011 Champions league final. It could be historic as it’s the sole European trophy that the Red Devils have yet to win. But it’s much more than that. The victors in this game not only win a trophy and the Europa League title,
After Chelsea wrapped up their second title in three years and Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull City’s relegations were confirmed with games to spare, all the drama will be surrounding Champions League qualification on the final day of the season. Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal will fight it out to the end to decide who will
As the season is coming to an end on this Sunday, three teams are still chasing the two top-four spots; Manchester City, Liverpool, and Arsenal – three giants who all set the Champions League qualification as minimum expectations at the start of the season. The stake is enormous – the global prestige and extra spending
Both teams head into this game with a lot to play for, as there always is. Pride, bragging rights and the usual three points are what lay on the line but this particular encounter has the added spice of the winner taking a huge leap towards Champions League qualification. Thanks to last week’s extra time
On Thursday, the PFA Team of the Year was announced with four players each from Tottenham and Chelsea respectively, both sides have looked seriously impressive this season and there is now a mere 4 points between them. After Chelsea defeated Spurs 2 -1 at Stamford Bridge in November, Tottenham responded in excellent fashion by ending
Both Arsenal and Man City would be so far relatively disappointed with their respective seasons, the former especially. Whilst both sides have a race for the top four to compete in, this is a step down for what supporters would have been hoping for at the start of the season in consideration of the amount
While the battle for the Premier League title looks like it will be won by Chelsea, there is still much to play for at both ends of the table. Top-four spots are up for grabs and, following their loss to the Blues, Manchester City will look to bounce back against Hull City at the Etihad.
Sutton United, managed by ex-Eastleigh boss Paul Doswell, will look to cause another upset as they welcome Leeds United at home in the FA Cup on Sunday. The National League side caused a shock by beating AFC Wimbledon 3-1 in the third round of the competition but enter this tie with just three wins from
Barcelona vs Real Madrid is arguably the biggest club game in world football. On average, there is almost 800 million people who watch the match each year. It truly is the game that brings the most talented individuals onto one playing field. So who will come out trumps in 2016? Madrid are certainly the form
England vs. Spain, Wembley, 20.00 kick off (ITV) It’s the final game of Gareth Southgate’s interim reign. Assuming he doesn’t make a complete hash of this game, he will probably be England’s next permanent manager. Here’s everything you need to know about tonight’s game. History England first faced Spain in 1929, which the Spaniards
Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest on Tuesday night for their third-round English Football League Cup fixture as they look to capitalise on the momentum they have built in the wake of being undefeated in five consecutive games. Although the mood around the Emirates Stadium camp is not so upbeat as it should be given their
After the absolute roller-coaster that has been the season of 15/16, the first week of Premier League is quickly approaching and it already looks very promising. The vice-champions Arsenal are going to face Klopp‘s determined squad, and we can only hope the match will be half as stunning as the Gunners’ last year’s debut horror.
As we draw ever closer to the start of the new 2016-17 Premier League season, now is the perfect time to take a look at the title and relegation odds. With the likes of Chelsea, Manchester City and Manchester United all boasting new managers this season, the upcoming Premier League campaign promises to be one
Dare I freuddwyd!! That means dare to dream in Welsh and that’s exactly what every Welshman will be doing, as they go head-to head with Belgium in the quarter-finals. So the Dragons have apparently overachieved and are quarterfinalist in the UEFA Euro 2016 tournament. It’s been more than a half century since Wales have been