No Need To Worry About Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp looked visibly annoyed when he had to field questions about forward Mohamed Salah’s recent form: ‘He needed time last year, like we all needed time. And he will take time this season as well.’ The Egyptian international was sensational last term as he smashed in a whopping forty-four goals in fifty-two […]

Can Paul Pogba Make Manchester United Great Again?

Paul Pogba had a terrific summer as he helped France claim the World Cup in Russia. He arrived back in Manchester amid reports that he was disgruntled, didn’t get on with his Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho and that Pogba wanted to move to FC Barcelona. That move didn’t happen. The Frenchman had good start […]

Rangers Record Fantastic Away Result In Spain

Talk about progress, Rangers have went from being dumped out at the first stage of qualifying in Europe last term against minnows from Luxembourg to claiming a fine away draw in the Europa League group stages against La Liga cracks Villarreal. You’d be forgiven if you thought that the Scottish Premiership side were on to […]

Arsenal Should Be Keen On Lille’s Nicolas Pepe

Arsenal are one of many clubs across Europe that are reportedly interested in Lille OSC whizkid Nicolas Pepe. The Ivory Coast international has hit the ground running this term; scoring four goals and creating three assists in his opening five Ligue 1 encounters. Last term (in his debut year at Lille) Pepe struck thirteen goals […]

Mourinho’s Man United Should Target Fiorentina Winger Federico Chiesa

Manchester United are looking brighter, Jose Mourinho’s side have won their last three games after beating Young Boys tonight in the Champions League. Those victories don’t completely paper over the cracks at Old Trafford and you’d expect the Portuguese boss will want to recruit a few new faces when the transfer window reopens in January. […]

Leno’s Arsenal Europa League Adventure Could Be First Step To Unseat Cech

When Arsenal splashed out around £22m for German goalkeeper Bernd Leno it was expected that he’d instantly dethrone incumbent number one Petr Cech. New Gunners boss Unai Emery has respectfully given Cech his backing and has played the Czech Republic legend in each of his opening five Premier League games. The Spanish coach clearly has a […]

Man United Need To Spank Young Boys & Lay Down A Champions League Marker

Manchester United will be taking on Swiss champions BSC Young Boys in Bern tonight as they kick-off their Champions League campaign. The last time United were in European action they limply succumbed to Sevilla and exited Europe’s most elite club competition at the Round of Sixteen stage. Red Devils boss Jose Mourinho can’t allow his […]

Full-back Marcos Alonso Still Shining For Chelsea

Chelsea are flying high under new boss Maurizio Sarri, sitting top of the Premier League winning all five of their opening matches. Impressively the backline have seamlessly went from a back three to a four and they look just as assured. They also seem to get the same benefits from Marcos Alonso, the influential Spaniard […]

If Liverpool Win Champions League Midfield Battle Then They’ll Beat PSG

With Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino on one side and Kylian Mbappe, Edinson Cavani and Neymar on the other, plenty of people are expecting a high scoring game at Anfield tonight as Liverpool host PSG in the Champions League. Both clubs have talented German bosses that like to oversee exciting, attacking football and […]

Celtic’s Leigh Griffiths Needs To Prove Scotland Point On The Pitch!

Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths has stated that he’s annoyed that Hearts hitman Steven Naismith has been promised the Scotland number nine jersey by Alex McLeish, for the next UEFA Nations League game against Israel next month: “It’s a kick in the teeth. Not just for me but for all the strikers.” “It’s an incentive to […]