Huddersfield beat Reading in penalties in a tense and, ultimately, stalemate affair in the annual playoff game at Wembley, that sees the side managed by former Klopp protégé David Wagner get promoted.
Month: May 2017
FC Wichita Journal #1: How semi-pro soccer looks like in the U.S., from a first person perspective
Fred begins his journal about his journey at FC Wichita by telling us about the NPSL and PDL and some background on how soccer is structured here in America.
Despite earning the admiration of many abroad for his relative success at Dortmund, Thomas Tuchel looks set to be seeking pastures new following his rift in regards to the terror incident.
Rivalry week is afoot in the MLS, and the major one is taking place in Texas.
Championship Round-Up – Playoff drama as Reading and Huddersfield reach the final
The EFL Championship title-winners and runners-up have been decided, but the last spot for promotion to the Premier League is being contended by Huddersfield and Reading after their playoff victories.
Roma’s defeat of Juventus (3-1) at the Stadio Olimpico reminded Allegri’s men that the title race is not yet over. Could the men from Turin really screw this up?
Michy Batshuayi’s stint as a super-sub on Friday night was the stuff of heroics he’d have dreamed of at night. But is that enough to keep him at Chelsea next season?
Fred didn’t expect to find Sydney Leroux parking right in front of them. Needless to say, he may also not have expected the great atmosphere and culture that Sporting KC has to offer. On his trip, he tells us more.
‘All Leeds Aren’t We’ – More positives than negatives from the season just past
Although missing out on the playoffs will leave a sour taste on Leeds’ supporters, there are greater positives to take from this season, and it could get better once Radrizzani’s takeover is complete.
Predicting the Unpredictable: If Atleti make a comeback, this could be how they make it
Atletico’s crunch-fight against Real is likely to end in disappointment. However, on the off chance that Real has an off day, how will Simeone’s men exploit them?