Chelsea were given a scare by Manchester City at the Etihad, but Conte’s men are the ones who now scare everybody else in the league after goals from Costa, Willian, and Hazard sealed the win.
The fairytale ride of Nice has faltered for the time being, as the injury of Mario Balotelli has meant that the club from the southeast of France are barely getting over the line right now.
Who is it? Who’s the best Premier League midfielder ever? Is it Lampard? Is it Gerrard? Or is it the ever-so accurate Scholes? Or, more radically, is it Mr. Roy Keane?
Last week saw an icon of the game retire. But, as Gerrard hung up his boots for good, an almost inevitable question bellowed from above: who is the Premier League’s best ever midfielder?
Round 12 of the Premier League tempted to provide us with a few upsets, but in the end, the big four survived. The league table remains unchanged, though surely it won’t be the case next week.
Jurgen Klinsmann, deservedly or not, is no longer the USMNT head coach. What things did he do wrong? What could he have done better? And lastly, what can we expect under Bruce Arena?
Cesc Fabregas’ journey to elitism in the world of football can be described as having taken an upward trajectory all the way—until now. The once ‘special’ Catalan has to now decide where his future lies.
The MLS Cup semis are underway today, with Toronto, Montreal, Seattle, and Colorado all vying for the 2016 rendition of the trophy. Who will advance?
Jose Mourinho has complained, once more. This time, the topic seems to be the lack of respect he gets from the media. Someone should tell him respect is a give and get sort of thing.