Tag Archives: Bayern Munich

Koeman can’t fault Barkley

27 Aug

Ross Barkley is doing everything in his power to fulfil his potential at Everton, according to boss Ronald Koeman. Barkley is still only 22 but he is already five years into his Premier League career having first caught the eye for the Blues as a teenager. After a brilliant start to last season his form […]

New move for instant EU exit: Tory MPs pile on pressure to ditch Brussels for good

27 Aug

Mr Duncan Smith said: “Actually, if you look across the European Union, many of those countries now are quite desperate to sort out the relationship with the UK. “For example, Germany is going through quite a difficult period right now, their manufacturers are deeply worried about what will happen afterwards, and they want to find […]

Snapped: Barcelona ace spotted at Manchester airport ahead of transfer

23 Aug

The Chile star is set for a £17m move to Manchester City, to replace Joe Hart after the England stopper was axed by Pep Guardiola. Bravo has spent two seasons at Barcelona, although he was rotated with German goalkeeper Marc-Andre ter Stegen. CLICK THROUGH THE GALLERY ABOVE TO SEE BRAVO IN MANCHESTER.

Leicester 0 Arsenal 0: Foxes have late penalty appeal rejected in bore draw

21 Aug

The Footballer of the Year, who rejected a move to the Emirates after Arsenal met a £20million buy-out clause in his contract, was wasteful at Hull last weekend. And last night he missed the best chance of the match, shooting wide when in the clear. That guaranteed a stalemate which at least gave both sides […]

Striker apologises over ‘gay’ tweets

21 Aug

<!– Gray joined Burnley for a then club-record fee in August 2015 Warning: this article contains offensive language Burnley striker Andre Gray has apologised and asked “for forgiveness” after homophobic tweets he sent in 2012 were shared on social media. One tweet from the 25-year-old Premier League player’s account appeared to condone killing gay people. […]

‘Arsenal showed character, Liverpool look a force’

15 Aug

Liverpool’s 4-3 win over Arsenal was a crazy way for both teams to start the season. It was the kind of game in which it is difficult to pick out much of a pattern of how either side will look to play, but it did offer a few clues as to how they are shaping […]

Manchester City 2 – Sunderland 1: Paddy McNair own goal gives Pep Guardiola first win

13 Aug

Despite their control, though, they created few opportunities to score. New signing Nolito shot just wide with one effort cutting in from the right flank.  The exclusion of goalkeeper Hart was a surprise, although not a complete shock given Guardiola’s comments that he needs to be better on the ball, able to play as a […]

Will your team go down? Bookies present each Premier League club’s chances of relegation

12 Aug

It comes as no surprise that the likes of Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and Arsenal are very safe from such a disastrous scenario. But according to Paddy Power, the odds for the Prem’s newest sides – Hull, Burnley and Middlesbrough – don’t look too good. How do all of the other clubs fare?  Any chance […]

Claude Puel: This Southampton star reminds me of Thierry Henry

12 Aug

“Thierry is a man with big passion for football. He likes football. He likes to see many games, young players and old players. “He can give good possibilities to Redmond. They are two players with the same possibilities. They both have good technical ability.” Puel, chosen ahead of Premier League champion Manuel Pellegrini to replace […]

Chelsea striker Bertrand Traore heading out of club as Ajax make loan swoop

11 Aug

Ajax have signed Chelsea starlet Bertrand Traore on loan, according to reports in Holland. The 20-year-old showed flashes of brilliance for the Blues last season and ended the year with four goals in 16 games. Chelsea are now keen for the striker to continue his development on loan in the hope he can gain more […]