Louis van Gaal has replaced the legendary Alex Ferguson of Manchester United. The new manager of Manchester United has set expectations among Man U fans and the management. Eyes are on Gaal on whether he will be able to take Ferguson’s legacy forward.
The 62 year old Manchester United manager has signed the three year contract. What is more? Football ace Ryan Giggs will now be assisting the newly appointed manager. Van Gaal has already replaced David Moyes, who has been currently…Continue
Added by Osamede Umweni on August 25, 2014 at 10:00 — No Comments
Tottenham currently find themselves 5th in the table with only one win in their last nine matches. Tottenham who were 3rd in the league just before Christmas and seemed to be the only team capable of keeping in the touch with the two Manchester sides, who went on to run away from the rest of the challenging bunch. Tottenham, were, for many people playing the most attractive football in the league including Sir Alex Ferguson, and after 20 games they only failed to score…Continue
Added by Craig English on April 26, 2012 at 23:13 — No Comments
Another weekend, another call for technology to be introduced into real-time decision-making in football.
On Sunday, Chelsea, 1-0 up in the FA Cup semi-final against Spurs, were awarded a goal for an attempt that did not cross the line. The list of similar incidents that have stoked the calls for goal-line technology can go on for a very long time.…Continue
Added by Stewart Owadally on April 16, 2012 at 15:20 — No Comments
Could you imagine Hope Powell pacing up and down the touchline at Old Trafford? Watching on and directing the likes of Rooney, Giggs and Evra. No of course not, this could never happen you say. She doesn’t know enough about the game, she doesn’t have any respect from the players, it just wouldn’t work. But why not? The question of why there are not as many black coaches in sport is often pondered upon throughout the sporting world. Many argue that they are not given a fair opportunity,…Continue
Leeds United might be in the Championship, but they are still one of the most well-known clubs in the country, but how much do people know the story of the Leeds United Ladies team? They’ve been on probably an even more emotional journey than the men’s team, and 18 months ago they didn’t have a team, a name, they weren’t even a club.
Over the past decade, Arsenal have been far and away the most dominant side in women’s football, but Leeds had been their most consistent opponents until…Continue
Added by Richard Laverty on January 25, 2012 at 18:55 — No Comments
Robbie Savage, this week, predicted, on Radio 5 Live Football Focus, that the top three would finish as follows: Manchester City, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United respectively. It would be difficult to find a non-Man United fan that wouldn't disagree with the his prediction of Manchester City to finish in 1st place, however, to predict Spurs to finish 2nd must surely be a prediction that has come from Robbie Savage's heart, rather than his head.
Wishful thinking could…Continue
After Capello's damp squib of a team crashes out of Euro 2012 in typical fashion, a loss at the first knockout stage after an undefeated group stage of two 0-0 draws and a single 1-0 victory. It's the end of the golden generation, several big names retire from the national side. Including one surprise, the still relatively young Wayne Rooney, who due to his suspension only played the single match. Only one man can rebuild this…Continue
Nathan Eccleston has made the headlines today with a few choice comments on his Twitter, the Liverpool youth player has said he believes 9/11 was not the work of terrorists but the mysterious Illuminati! With Eccleston announcing on his twitter a few of his conspiracy theories, I’ve decided to look into a few suspicious goings on in the world of football myself, these are the kind of thing even Nathan Eccleston is too afraid to talk about.…Continue