There couldn’t have been a more concrete gesture that Tottenham Hotspur are simply not to be under looked. Mauricio Pochettino’s charges put behind the disappointment of last weekend’s loss to Manchester United by dishing out some punishment of their own against, quite rightly, the best club in Europe. Spurs secured a place in the last-16
Defeat to Girona on Sunday was the latest setback in what has been an uncharacteristically poor domestic campaign for defending champions, Real Madrid. Zinedine Zidane has encouraged both his players and the club’s supporters to remain calm in a difficult moment, yet with Barcelona now sitting eight points clear of Los Blancos that is a
Real Madrid will part ways with three of their biggest names in a bid to lure Harry Kane to the Bernabeu. Diario Gol – you can read the translated English write up here – are reporting that Madrid are so intent on landing the English international that they are willing to swap Gareth Bale, Karim
Tottenham Hotspur’s clash with Real Madrid on Tuesday evening was not just significant in the sense it was a meeting between two of Europe’s very best teams, but rather it was the first opportunity the Spanish club had to see Harry Kane play in the flesh. The match itself was a tactical battle with both
Jonathan Woodgate has always held a special place in my heart. By the time I really found my love for football Woodgate was playing for Middlesbrough. But there was just something about the man that intrigued me. In part it was his long hair that he held in place with an Alice band. In part
Converting chances has been the biggest problem for Real Madrid this season, over the course of the two draws with Valencia and Levante; Los Blancos took over 40 shots and converted just three of them. Sunday’s meeting with Real Sociedad saw Borja Mayoral handed a rare start and he scored with his very first chance.
Real Madrid have identified Spurs star Harry Kane as a striking option in next summer’s window, according to TalkSport. Madrid will make Alexis Sanchez their priority, but should a deal fall through, they will splash the cash to land Kane. Sanchez, of course, was close to a move to Manchester City and most outlets are