Julian Green

Julian Green Eyes Spot on USMNT for Upcoming World Cup

If you haven’t heard of Julian Green yet, you will soon. An 18-year-old American born soccer stud, Green has already made an impression on coaches and fans around the world. On November 8, 2013, Green signed a professional contract with Bayern Munich that runs through the 2017 season. He made his debut in a UEFA… Read More »

Philadelphia Union 2-2 Real Salt Lake

5 Things We Learned from MLS Week 6

MLS Comes out Strong in Support of Don Garber The long-standing MLS commissioner, who joined the league from the NFL in the days where the league underwent contraction, has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. The MLS community, well known for looking after its own, has come out in support of the commissioner on social media… Read More »

Leicester City

Leicester Promotion Marks Sweet Revival for Pearson

In any piece of brilliance or moment of magic in football, there is always an also-ran. Almost twelve months ago, Leicester were fulfilling this unwanted role in the enthralling end to the Football League’s race for promotion and play-offs. In the dying moments of their second leg play-off tie against Gianfranco Zola’s Watford, the Foxes had the… Read More »

Bayern Munich 3-1 Manchester United

Bayern Munich Knock Out Manchester United Despite Evra Wonderstrike

Manchester United bowed out of the Champions League despite a gutsy performance at the Allianz Arena. United travelled to Germany after a 1-1 draw at Old Trafford in the first leg, but holders Bayern Munich started the game as overwhelming favorites. Despite the fact that they lost in the league for the first time in over 50… Read More »

Chris Hughton

Norwich City Sack Manager Chris Hughton and Appoint Neil Adams

Norwich City confirmed the sacking of Chris Hughton after their 1-0 defeat to West Brom on Saturday, much to the surprise of many. The Canaries have replaced the former Newcastle boss with youth coach Neil Adams, who played for Norwich between 1994 and 1999. A statement ran on the club’s website: “The decision has been taken to… Read More »

Chelsea 2-0 PSG

Late Demba Ba Goal Sees Chelsea through to Champions League Semis

A late tap-in from Chelsea’s forgotten man Demba Ba saw the Blues through to the semi-finals of the Champions League, overturning a 3-1 defeat in the first leg to advance on away goals against a disappointing PSG. The visitors were without Zlatan Ibrahimovic but failed to deal with Chelsea’s physical side, with Andre Schuerrle scoring… Read More »

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