With Roy Hodgson’s England contract running out after Euro 2016, questions about whether he’ll receive an extension are being asked left, right and centre. Officials at the top of the FA, including Greg Dyke, have put off answering the question as to whether Hodgson will receive an extension for some time, with the closest we … Continue reading Does Roy Hodgson Deserve a Contract Extension as England Manager?
Barcelona took control of the title race in La Liga as they opened up a four point lead at the top of the table with a 2-1 win against their fierce rivals Real Madrid. Goals from Jeremy Mathieu and Luis Suarez ensured victory despite Cristiano Ronaldo equalising in the first half for Madrid. Carlo Ancelotti and … Continue reading Luis Suarez Leads Barcelona to Victory in Thrilling Clasico
As we enter the second leg of the UEFA Champions League Round of 16, we have to take note of some interesting matches of the first leg. PSG 1-1 Chelsea At the Parc des Princes, Edinson Cavani’s 54th minute equalizer canceled Branislav Ivanovic’s first half goal. Ivanovic’s goal is so far the crucial goal, due to … Continue reading Champions League Round of 16 First Leg Review
The first piece of major silverware this season went the way many expected, as Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea ran out 2-0 winners against Tottenham Hotspur in the Capital One Cup Final. Few would have expected anything less, but the Blues had to work for the victory against their London rivals. Following Spurs’ 5-3 win over Chelsea on … Continue reading John Terry Leads Chelsea to Capital One Cup Final Victory over Tottenham
The Africa Cup of Nations came to a close on Sunday when Ivory Coast defeated Ghana 9-8 in a penalty kick shootout. There was some great football played throughout Equatorial Guinea during the three week tournament. Many players had memorable performances for their countries, and in turn, will return to their clubs in flying form. … Continue reading Standouts of the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations