It's been a long time since our last article on this website. We are starting back up again on a new website, now with more regular posts. This site has a much shorter, easier to remember domain, and hopefully will bring more success for longer. The new site, which is called FutPlex, can be accessed … Continue reading IMPORTANT: Site Movement
By David Ward Arsenal have finally completed a £52.7m deal to bring Alexandre Lacazette to the north London club. This move breaks the clubs transfer record, previously held by Mesut Ozil when the club paid £42.5m to bring him to the club from Real Madrid. The arrival of the French striker from previous club Olympique Lyon was … Continue reading Arsenal Complete Lacazette Move for Club Record £52.7m
A look at all the new transfer news and gossip on this Thursday.
As we edge closer and closer to the start of next season and the closing of the transfer window, there is no shortage of world-class stars on the list of free agents. We will go through who they should sign for and why. Before we start, if you could bring one of the following free … Continue reading Free Agents: Who Will They Sign For?
It's been a few days since I last posted anything which is a large difference to the first few days when I was pumping out post after post. I had lots of time back then and I just wanted to get content up on the website quickly so that if a post got popular, people … Continue reading Euro Football News Updates
To see our original post on this situation, click this link Dortmund vs Monaco was supposed to be played alongside Juventus vs Barcelona on Tuesday night. Then, three explosions hit the Dortmund team bus, calling off the game and injuring Marc Bartra. The match was then postponed to Wednesday night, just a day after the attacks. … Continue reading Why Dortmund vs Monaco Should Have Been Postponed Further
Forget the introduction this time, lets get right into it. Sevilla, Tottenham and Monaco are rising. They may not have the biggest club histories, but they are more challenging than you might think. Sevilla Currently place in 4th on the La Liga table, Sevilla have been extremely successful over the past few seasons. They have very … Continue reading Sevilla, Tottenham and Monaco Are Rising, Stop Denying It
Just like we predicted on our last post, tonight was an unpredictable night of Champions League football that always kept watchers on the edge of their seats. Dortmund Can't Produce Enough of a Performance Dortmund have found themselves in a lot of trouble. They've now lost their home match by one goal and they've conceded three … Continue reading Unpredictable Night of Champions League
The Champions League returns tonight to finish off the first leg of the quarter-finals tonight, with three incredibly exciting matches taking place. Tonight's matches contain some of the best teams and players in Europe and the rest of the world. Borussia Dortmund start everything off this afternoon at Signal Iduna Park where they host Monaco. The match … Continue reading Unmissable UCL Quarter-Final Matches Tonight
Borussia Dortmund vs Monaco was supposed to be played yesterday night at Signal Iduna Park but the game was postponed after three explosions hit the Dortmund team bus on their way to the stadium for their first leg of the Champions League quarter-finals. Defender and Spanish international Marc Bartra was taken to hospital after breaking … Continue reading Dortmund Bus Explosions: Marc Bartra in Hospital