print At 2:45 p.m. on April 15, 1989, a queue waited to get into a football match. It was a big game, an FA Cup semifinal, but there was nothing much unusual about the day or the venue. Half an hour later, bodies lay prone on a pitch where a sporting contest should have been
The Blues have had their worst season of the Roman Abramovich era but have regained some of their old form since Jose Mourinho’s sacking. But would their campaign be as poor if they never offloaded any of their star players in previous seasons?
Denmark international Lasse Vibe has eight Championship goals this season Brentford eased their relegation fears and ended a four-match losing run with victory at a poor Nottingham Forest. After a drab first half the Bees went ahead when Lasse Vibe pounced on an awful mix-up between Kelvin Wilson and keeper Dorus De Vries to poke
Viewers have been left angered by the duo’s tirade, which even sees them launch a scathing attack on the Queen, calling her the “ancient grandma from the dynasty of the horse faced”. They then bizarrely claim the only benefit of having Britain in the European Union is so France and Germany can sell them their
Rafael Benitez managed Liverpool for six years, winning the Champions League in 2005 Newcastle manager Rafael Benitez has confirmed that he has a break clause in his contract should they be relegated from the Premier League this season. The Magpies are second-bottom, one point from safety with 10 games left. When asked about the clause,
Goalkeeper: Ederson (Benfica) It was a memorable European debut for the 22-year-old Brazilian as he filled in for injured Júlio César in the decisive 2-1 win at Zenit. Defender: Marquinhos (Paris Saint-Germain) It was also 2-1 to Paris at Chelsea and at full-back Marquinhos roved forward to ensure the pressure was kept on the Blues.