Tag Archives: Fluminense

Chelsea team news: Predicted Blues XI v Watford in the Premier League

19 Aug

Chelsea aim to make it six points from six as they take on Watford in the Premier League this Saturday 20 August, kick off 15:00 BST at Vicarage Road. The Blues beat rivals West Ham United 2-1 at Stamford Bridge on Monday night, with new manager Antonio Conte getting his spell off to the perfect start. But […]

Football clubs that have won the most trophies revealed! Top 11 from Europe’s top four leagues

18 Aug

Barcelona beat Sevilla 3-0 at home to secure a 5-0 aggregate triumph in the 2016 Spanish Super Cup final and yet another trophy for the Camp Nou cabinet. Just over a week ago, Barcelona’s great rivals Real Madrid beat the same opposition 3-2 to clinch the 2016 UEFA Super Cup. Meanwhile, in Germany Bayern Munich […]

Poch unhappy with Mitchell exit

16 Aug

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino has been left disappointed by the departure of the club’s head of recruitment Paul Mitchell. Mitchell was lured to White Hart Lane from Pochettino’s former side Southampton in 2014 and arrived with a reputation as one of the game’s sharpest spotters of talent. The 34-year-old will remain in his post until […]

Chelsea vs West Ham United match report: Diego Costa strikes late to hand Antonio Conte winning start

15 Aug

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Antonio Conte began his Chelsea career with a win, a win that was almost the perfect summary of what the Premier League is like and the challenges he will face. Chelsea beat West Ham thanks to Diego Costa’s last-minute strike from 20 yards, having conceded an equaliser to West Ham’s first shot on target. This […]

McNally exit ‘destabilising’ Norwich

11 May

David McNally (left, with Ed Balls) had been Norwich City chief executive since 2009 David McNally’s resignation as chief executive has “destabilised” Norwich City, says club chairman Ed Balls. McNally announced his resignation after their loss to Manchester United on left them four points from safety. “Nobody expected after [Sunday’s] Manchester United game we would […]

We lacked ‘killer instinct’ – Colback

11 May

Newcastle have failed to win any of their last 11 away league games Midfielder Jack Colback says Newcastle lacked ruthlessness during their 0-0 draw with already-relegated Aston Villa on Saturday. The Magpies will join Villa in the Championship next term if Sunderland win one of their two remaining games. “We never really looked under threat […]

Team of the Week: Which Man Utd, Chelsea and Spurs aces make the cut?

29 Feb

Published 28th February 2016 STARSPORT bring you our Premier League team of the week for Gameweek 27.