Roy Keane knows a thing or two about how to lead a team. So it was no surprise to see the former Man United captain berate Arsene Wenger’s decision to give Kieran Gibbs the armband half way through Arsenal’s walloping at Bayern Munich last night. Here we rate some of the more questionable captains of… Continue reading Skipper Gibbs? Arsene Wenger’s Craziest Captains
The German Bundesliga is attracting some of Europe’s hottest prospects, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise. It is, after all, a technically sophisticated league with wildly passionate fans, and the prospect of gaining sizeable game time is as good a reason as any to avoid say, the Premier League, where youth development is often… Continue reading Is the Bundesliga Now the Best League for Young Players?
Welcome to The Top 10 Bundesliga Goals of the 2015/16 season. A league always offering heart stopping entertainment and capacity crowds displaying spectacular support; the Bundesliga was the most attended league in world football in the 2015/16 season. Top tier clubs such as Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich maintained attendances of 99.98% (Dortmund) and 100%… Continue reading The Top 10 Bundesliga Goals
Making bold football predictions is dangerous. Get it wrong and the repercussions can leave you red face and can go on to define your career, isn’t that right Alan Hansen? It becomes even more dangerous to venture into the world of predictions, after a season that has seen all norm go out of the window,… Continue reading 7 ‘Star’ Players Destined to be Flops
Olexandr Zinchenko – Ukraine (19) Zinchenko is a product of the Shaktar Donetsk Youth Sportive School system, but was let go by Shaktar in 2014 to join FC Ufa of the Russian Premier League. He made his international debut against Spain in a Euro 2016 qualifier and scored his first goal against Ukraine breaking a… Continue reading 21 under 21 at Euro 2016
With the World Cup now behind us, the new domestic season is just around the corner and the activity in the transfer market is also beginning to gather pace. Whilst it’s a very exciting time of the year to be a football fan as the rumours and speculation surrounding potential deals being struck for your… Continue reading How The Transfer Market Is Controlled And Inflated By The Big Spenders
its doubtful Jack Wilshere is the only Gunner feeling this way at the moment with an emotional response to the interviewers questions following Arsenal‘s hugely disappointing 3-1 loss at home to Bayern Munich last night in the Champions League. The German side dominated the game throughout, and if they hadn’t gifted Podolski with a goal… Continue reading Jack Wilshere almost in tears