Chelsea’s loan system is perhaps the most ludicrous present anywhere. However, it is starting to produce results—see Moses, Victor—and Lewis Baker might be the next to shine at the Bridge.
Spurs’ acceptance of Arsenal’s superiority for 20 straight years has finally come to an end. Their 2-0 win over the Gunners have propelled them into new heights—of the Premier League elites.
Championship Round-Up: Title up for grabs on final matchday as Brighton’s form plummets
The EFL Championship looks set to end in a flurry, with the title winners set to be decided on the final matchday (it’s THAT close). Will Newcastle end as top dogs? Or will it be the off-color Brighton?
Juventus’ late draw at Atalanta left Roma with a window of opportunity to close the gap on the league leaders. However, Totti’s men failed to take advantage.
Ahead of the last NLD at the Lane, Mike’s optimism has taken on new heights. Finally, he says, Spurs will seize their opportunity to prove themselves far superior to their North London counterparts.
Leeds United’s hopes of securing promotion back to the Premier League seems to be getting farther and farther away as the season approaches its conclusion. Can the Monk prove to be their messiah?
La Liga: An inspired Messi leads Barcelona to Clasico win against a bulldozing Real Madrid
The rioting and marauding streets of Venezuela weren’t enough to keep Julio from following the love of his life: football. It wasn’t just any football, either, it was the famed El Clasico.
Championship Round-Up: PFA TOTY; Redknapp’s first game in charge; Fulham to be feared?
As the EFL Championship draws in its final few weeks of drama, Tom takes a look at Redknapp’s first game in charge at Birmingham, Fulham’s goal-scoring prowess, and the PFA Team of the Year.
As the Ligue 1 season draws in its final few weeks of excitement and drama, only two sides can look back at their seasons with pride and valor. For PSG, it’s back to the drawing board.
UCL Review: Refereeing controversy, Leicester pride, Marcelo’s status at Madrid, more
In the second leg of the UCL quarters, Mbappé shone through (again) for Monaco, Ronaldo reached 100 for Madrid in a game crowded by refereeing errors, and Leicester bowed out with pride.