Pep Guardiola visits Nou Camp for only the second time since he left Barcelona in 2012. Further embarrassment likely awaits, but how can City escape, and manage against the heavyweights?
Month: October 2016
United’s draw against Liverpool will help further perfect Mourinho’s ideals and his sinister gameplan
United have made progress in the time Mourinho’s been there—even though it isn’t clearly visible at first. There’s still work to do and games to win to further solidify their title challenge.
Saints impress despite giving up their first goal in 10 hours of league play
Southampton continued their fine run of results with a dominant victory over Burnley. Alas, their staggering record of clean sheet exists no more.
Hammers should enjoy their fine performance—even whilst it’s darkened by refereeing controversy
West Ham haven’t had that much to look towards for confidence this season. But their latest adventures have given them aplenty of it. And in its midst, might’ve saved Atkinson some scrutiny.
This weekend brings with it the joy of club football. And what bigger stage than the Premier League? The top dogs go at it against each other in an unmissable gameweek.
Prem: Antonio Conte now has the structure to build a winning team at Chelsea
Antonio Conte can now focus on finer twerkings now that he has a somewhat reliable foundation. Could 3-4-3 really be Chelsea’s ticket back to glory?
Ligue 1 produced some fantastic football in week 8; so much so that it became increasingly more of a Sisyphean task to pick out the best game. Fear not, though, eventually we found a winner, and turns out it’s the same one that was featured in our last column. All hail AS Monaco!
When one of our own embarks on a memorable first trip to a fine footballing establishment, we force him with all our might to tell the tale. And boy is it a fascinating one.
A list long overdue: The best young players under the age of 23 (2015/16 edition)
A list compiling the best of the bunch. The best of the best young players under the age of 23, from every corner of the world.
International breaks can be pretty depressing. We’ve accumulated the 5 best things an otherwise world-renowned soccer lover would do during it.