The dream of Russian oligarch, Roman Abramovich, when he took over West London side Chelsea back in 2003 was very clear. To one day to be European Champions. 9 years later, his fixation with Europe’s most prestigious trophy was getting close, as Chelsea met Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena in the 2012 Final and … Continue reading The German Job: Chelsea 2012
“Portuguese playmaker, Bernardo Silva, finds himself in space and drives towards Luke Shaw before quickly shifting inside to snap a shot into the corner past the slow David De Gea”. Silva has been a revelation this season for Manchester City, a player Pep Guardiola has repeatedly stated: “Right now it is Bernardo Silva and 10 … Continue reading Bernardo Silva
"The Championsssssss” As the Champions League anthem rang around European stadiums this week, spectators were in for another treat. A Barcelona masterclass left the Manchester United board having to take a serious look at themselves. “The Sensationeel” was what the De Telegraaf in Holland stated after a young Ajax team caused another Champions League upset … Continue reading Stupendous. CL last 4 looked at.
It's been almost three years since Leicester's miraculous 15/16 season, what's changed since and what does the future hold? It’s been 1067 days since Leicester City were confirmed Premier League champions for the stupendous 2015/2016 season. A 5000-1 miracle was turned into reality on the 2nd May 2016 as Tottenham players lost their heads against … Continue reading Dilly ding, dilly dong
866 goals, 40 red cards, 27 own goals, and 249 punches! (Sorry, but the PL website doesn't specify what type of punches, I’m assuming goalkeepers here.) Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that the 2018/19 season so far has been unpredictable, crazy and of course, very very entertaining. We have a proper title race … Continue reading PL Player of the season candidates