*DISCLAIMER: Like Arsenal’s season ticket prices, this video is a joke. We’re only one game into the new season and already the pressure is mounting on Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger. A home defeat to Liverpool with four goals conceded left Gunners fans fuming outside the Emirates on Sunday evening, providing entertaining scenes over on ArsenalFanTV.
Looking ahead to the new campaign, Klopp said: “The best way to be is to start perfectly, be fantastic in the middle and then have a world-class finish. That’s a new strategy.” Klopp is clearly a focused man right now and he does not give a damn about Mourinho and Guardiola’s mega-spending. “I am absolutely
Jurgen Klopp is paying little attention to Arsenal’s defensive crisis and is more concerned his side might be undone by a direct approach The Gunners begin the new season at home to Klopp’s men with limited options in the centre of defence due to injuries to Per Mertesacker and Gabriel as well as concerns over
Steve Clarke has been confirmed as Aston Villa’s new assistant manager. The Scot will work alongside Roberto Di Matteo, after he was confirmed as Villa boss last week. Clarke played alongside Di Matteo at Chelsea and has extensive experience in the game. He worked as a number two with Chelsea, Newcastle, West Ham and Liverpool and has
Here are the top transfer-related stories in Tuesday’s newspapers… Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone is preparing a huge bid to bring striker Diego Costa back from Chelsea. (Daily Star) In-demand and out-of-contract striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic could choose to join his former club Malmo ahead of Manchester United this summer. (The Sun) Barcelona are considering a swoop for
N’Golo Kante has played down speculation linking him with a move away from Leicester. The Frenchman has enjoyed a sensational debut Premier League campaign after arriving from Caen for £5.6million last summer. He was a virtual ever-present for the Foxes, playing a key role in the club’s remarkable title triumph, and was nominated for the Professional Footballers’ Association
Norwich midfielder Gary O’Neil says he is not thinking about his future at the club and is focused on staying in the Premier League. The 33-year-old is due to fall out of contract at the end of the season, but quite understandably Norwich have not discussed a new deal while they battle to beat the
Jamie Vardy made his England debut against the Republic of Ireland in June 2015 Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy should start for England at Euro 2016 ahead of Wayne Rooney, says Foxes assistant manager Craig Shakespeare. Vardy, 29, scored his first international goal during Saturday’s 3-2 win over world champions Germany. “For me, he’s a