In the future, Jadon Sancho will be regarded as a seminal football player. A young, English prospect who decided to play abroad rather than stay in the Premier League, Sancho leads the way. Since Jadon Sancho left Manchester City for Borussia Dortmund in 2017, other young English players have followed his example. The likes of
Arsenal and Tottenham played out a pulsating 2 – 2 draw in Sunday’s North London Derby at the Emirates stadium. It was the latest addition to the growing repertoire of fantastically entertaining games in the North London Derby. Arsenal began the game brightly, having started Aubameyang, Lacazette and Pepe up front for the first time.
It’s been an introspective week for the English Football League and for English football as a whole. On Tuesday, League One club Bury were expelled from the English Football League after 6 months of poor ownership. Bury was unable to prove to the English Football League that the team could afford to fulfill all of
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Frank Lampard will provide an intriguing and contrasting thought experiment throughout the current Premier League season. Both are young, unproven coaches who reached legend status during their playing days for Manchester United and Chelsea respectively. Frank Lampard won every trophy going at Chelsea while Solskjaer did the same at UTD, minus
Franck Ribéry appears to be the last of a dying breed – an older, accomplished player who retains his sporting ambition. Three weeks ago, we lamented the fact that these days, players who leave elite clubs invariably go for the money. We harked back to the days when world class players would take a step
I may well be proven wrong come the end of the season, but Real Madrid is a team in danger. Particularly in the Champions League, which Real Madrid has dominated over the last five years. Currently, they are the fourth favorites to win the Champions League at 15/2. That puts them behind Man City, Barcelona
On the eve of the kickoff of the 2019/2020 Serie A season, excitement is building. Excitement isn’t something usually associated with Italian football. Their top flight league has a reputation for being overly defensive. As well as that, the last 7 years have been utterly dominated by Juventus, who win the league perennially. That will
Arsenal midfielder Joe Willock has credited Freddie Ljungberg with helping him to make the step up to first team football. Joe Willock (20), has been in the Arsenal academy since he was six years old. He began to feature for Arsenal last season in the Europa League and Carabao Cup. This preseason, Joe Willock featured
Arsenal striker Alexandre Lacazette has declared that the best of him is yet to come in the Premier League. Alexandre Lacazette was briefly Arsenal’s record signing after his £52.5 million move from Lyon. Since then, he has struck up a friendship with Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and the pair have become the personality of Arsenal. While Lacazette
‘Action’ Anthony Alberto has said that the game of Poker is all about having fun and making friends. An unusual stance for a widely-known poker player, but then the story of Anthony Alberto is unusual. Anthony Alberto used to work in car sales before he started playing Poker and betting on sports for a living.