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?
The Confederations Cup final is just around the corner and it will be a very tight match-up. Chile have won two consecutive Copa America wins and will face World Cup winners Germany in an attempt to add more silverware to their cabinet. Arturo Vidal, Alexis Sanchez and Claudio Bravo have proved to be essential for … Continue reading Confed Cup Grand Final: Who Will be Victorious?
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
Round 33 of the Premier League has come to an end after ten action-packed matches were played. To see our original post on this EPL round, click this link. Sunday's matches were kicked off by West Brom hosting third place Liverpool at The Hawthorns. Despite Liverpool struggling against many teams outside of the top seven, Roberto … Continue reading Gameweek 33: Chelsea Defeat Revives Spurs Title Hopes
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
This Easter weekend is just around the corner and crucial games are being played. Manchester United have the opportunity to make Chelsea drop points at Old Trafford on Sunday which could help Spurs catch up. Everton have a golden opportunity to inch themselves closer to Europa League qualification, Crystal Palace have a chance to prove … Continue reading EPL Gameweek 33 Preview: Man Utd vs Chelsea and More
Sorry Barca fans, but this is Real Madrid's year. Keep reading to see why I predict that Real Madrid will win both the La Liga and the Champions League. First of all, the La Liga is coming to an end relatively soon and Real Madrid are getting their heads in front. Assuming that Atletico Madrid … Continue reading Why Real Madrid Will Win Both La Liga and Champions League