Big Guns aren’t Blazing

In the start of the season everyone thought that there is no chance for a club like Tottenham who can replicate their last season’s performance against top sides who have splashed a staggering amount of £174m,£149m and £122.3m in the transfer window to bring a whole bunch of world class players to their sides but guess what it didn’t matter at all because as of today Spurs beat Manchester City 2-0, the side who spent £174m was beaten by a side who just spent a mere amount of £70.1m in the transfer window. Continue reading “Big Guns aren’t Blazing”

Top youngsters from Euro 2016

Many of us thought that this time the European championship would not live up to it’s hype. This was because of many reasons such as security, UEFA etc but the major reason behind this uncertainty was the number of teams (24) playing in the tournament. Never have we ever been so wrong in our perceptions though. 24 teams playing in the Euros allowed us to see teams like Iceland and Albania who despite their population proved that heart, passion and sheer work rate are everything you need to succeed. Following are the new faces that will mesmerize the world with their feet for years to come: Continue reading “Top youngsters from Euro 2016”

Leicester City’s ‘Awe-inspiring footballing season’

Everyone loves an underdog’s story, heck ‘Disney’ makes millions of dollars by making movies of underdogs especially in sports. The points that follow reflect a love story between football viewers all over the world and the mindbogglingly brilliant ‘Leicester City’.

Bottom last season, top this season

Under Nigel Pearson, Leicester city were fighting for their ‘Premier League’ lives last season. He brought ‘Leicester‘ up from the lower leagues and helped them in staying up. After that though, ‘Leicester‘ decided to appoint ex-Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri to take them forward. Since then Leicester have been almost unstoppable. Continue reading “Leicester City’s ‘Awe-inspiring footballing season’”

Gems from the ‘Transfer Window’

The influx of television and sponsorship money has given ‘Premier League’ clubs greater leeway in the transfer market this season. Newly promoted sides Bournemouth, Watford and Leicester are using these funds to further improve their positions in the table. On the other hand, teams in the relegation zone are also investing these funds in the transfer market to save themselves from falling down in the ‘Championship’. Following are the cream of the crop in our opinion: Continue reading “Gems from the ‘Transfer Window’”

FIVE THINGS WE LEARNT AS MANCHESTER UNITED BEAT WOLFSBURG 2-1

Earlier tonight we saw Manchester United beat Wolfsburg in a nervy win at Old Trafford.

Wolfsburg drew first blood four minutes into the game as Max Kruse passed the ball to Daniel Caligiuri who finished with ease.

Juan Mata restored parity at the 34th minute after Caligiuri gave away a penalty. Chris Smalling won the match for Manchester United after pouncing on the rebound at the 53rd minute of the match. Following are a few talking points on the match: Continue reading “FIVE THINGS WE LEARNT AS MANCHESTER UNITED BEAT WOLFSBURG 2-1”