Very few players in the footballing world have had to endure the type of scrutiny and criticism England's Raheem Sterling has had to face. The player has seemingly always been at the end of a grilling from fans and pundits alike, but the Manchester City star has never retaliated and
Juventus have been a European heavyweight for quite some time now. Their unmatched success in Serie A, in addition to their impressive campaigns in the Champions League in 2016 and 2018 clearly bear testament to that. With the transfer of Cristiano Ronaldo this summer, they have clearly outlined their far-sighted
Competition: Premier League, matchday 32
Referee: Martin Atinkson
Timings: Sunday, 31 March. 3:30 PM (UTC), 9 PM (IST), 11:30 AM (EST)
Tottenham Hotspur travel to the red side of Merseyside to face Liverpool in what could be a decisive match for both teams in the Premier League.
Jürgen Klopp's men lost their top
It has been some six years since Sir Alex bid adieu to Manchester United. He left a winner, with a project spanning two and a half decades culminating at the top of British football. In the six years since, United have fumbled like a man in the dark, experimenting with
Wayne Rooney scored 39 European goals in his career which made him the top scoring Englishman in the Champions League. Rooney had made his debut against Fenerbahce, aged 18 and netted a hattrick on that memorable night. It's unlikely that we'll see him play in the Champions League again, but
DGW32 is almost upon us and most managers have been waiting forever to use arguably the most powerful chip in the game, the Free Hit which gives you the ability to make unlimited transfers that are reflected only for that particular game week.
So today, with the International break drawing to
Sadio Mané has been a man on a mission in 2019. Few players in the Premier League, or indeed Europe are going through as pronounced a purple patch as the Liverpool forward. Ice cool in front of goal amidst this red hot run of form, Mané has hit top gear
Since Sheikh Mansour bought the club back in 2008, Manchester City have been blessed with exceptional talent in the shape of Sergio Aguero, David Silva and countless others. 1.3 billion pounds and nearly 70 signings later, only a few have remained as influential as Fernando Luiz Roza, better known to
Miguel Almirón's recent £20 million record transfer from Atlanta United came as a shock to many in world football, given the fact that he was not an ‘ageing footballer’ joining the MLS, but rather moving the other way, heading from the MLS to the toughest league in the world- the
Zapata playing against Barcelona in Napoli.
Every professional athlete is likely aware that even the purest talent could not be enough for a successful international career. To make it in the competitive world of sports, you must work hard and be blessed with some good fortune occasionally. Sometimes, the favourable conditions
Written by Sneha Das
When Ruud Gullit was appointed player-manager at the West London club, after a season-long of highs and lows with Glenn Hoddle, the hubbub had not been one about the Dutchman’s credibility. It was the first managerial venture for the Ballon d’Or winner. A year back he’d joined
Barcelona under Pep Guardiola set an impossibly high standard for world football. Most people share the general consensus that those group of players that won the triple in Guardiola’s first season in charge was easily the best team in the history of world football.
Time has since passed like it
“Mum, it’s gonna change. You’ll see. I’m going to play football for Anderlecht, and it’s going to happen soon. We’ll be good. You won’t have to worry anymore. It was going to happen. Period."
From signing for Manchester United for an astronomical fee of £75 million to facing the sidelines for a
A first exclusive by Adibir Singh
Pressure. Nerves. Precautionary Football. These are the words ringing around Anfield in recent weeks, in the midst of a faltering title charge against one of the best teams in the country in Manchester City. Recent signs of Jürgen Klopp’s team falling flat in games, even against
Written by Mohammed Al Sabah | Edited by Srinivas Sadhanand
Much has been said about Philippe Coutinho's status at Barcelona since his high-profile departure from Merseyside, with the question that demands answering is why Coutinho is not performing as expected this season. A simple query such as this can only be dissected
His birth certificate might say he is twenty-two years old, but James Maddison still doesn’t look old enough to buy his own scratch cards. You probably wouldn’t blink if he was running around on a school playground, smashing balls into imaginary nets during his lunch break.
Despite his youthful appearance, Maddison
GW31 is around the corner and every manager has their own set of problems. Are 8 players enough, should I play my free hit? Should I take a -8? We've got you covered.
To begin with, most teams at this point almost certainly have a Liverpool defensive cover, Mo Salah(even though
"You have to respect the choices of the manager. We are professionals and if the manager thinks [the other wingers] are in good form, you have to respect it and when he needs you, you have to give everything. Do that, and the goals and assists will come." - Riyadh
Manchester United and Juventus are staring down the barrel of Round of 16 exits in the Champions League following their 2-0 defeats in the first leg. United look like a team reborn under Ole Gunnar Solskjær, the damaging first leg home defeat at the hands of Paris Saint-Germain - the
If you aren’t familiar with Montenegrin striker Dejan Damjanović, that is fine; because there is a good chance you have never seen him play. Damjanović has made a career of playing in Asia as he has spent the bulk of that time in South Korea. It is a country that
When people look at Manchester United, they expect world class players to dominate proceedings, be it in England or at the summit of European football. People associate the club with legends like David Beckham, Paul Scholes, Ryan Giggs, Eric Cantona, Wayne Rooney, Cristiano Ronaldo and so on. And now with
The Premier League is famed for its highly intense and physical games, often pushing the boundaries of what degree of carnality is acceptable. The Merseyside Derby is the game that epitomises this very feature of the Premier League. This is the kind of fixture which is penciled in by both
Newton Heath Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Football Club was formed by railway workers from these counties in 1878. 140 years later, that idea to create a working-class club has grown into the club of the masses; a commercial and sporting force that would leave an indelible mark on the beautiful
“Zaha is full of confidence and he is untouchable on his day, absolutely untouchable. "
Pace, power, skill, trickery and a penchant for the unexpected; Wilfried Zaha has got it all. He can frustrate you one moment and leave you gasping for air the other. But that’s not all that he’s