Spanish striker Fernando Llorente has been linked with all and sundry this summer – first, he was going to Arsenal, then Spurs, then maybe Manchester City, or maybe Arsenal….or Spurs. By why has the Spaniard only recently been found on the radar, despite playing 237 games for Athletic Bilbao, since making his debut in 2005?
Liverpool supporter Mal James gives his thoughts on the 'chanting' which has dominated the headlines in the lead-up to the big match at Anfield tomorrow.
Saturday’s demolition of Southampton saw Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal spearhead their attack with Gervinho. The Ivorian came to the club as a winger but as the history books show, Wenger has no qualms about converting wingers into strikers and, in Thierry Henry and Robin van Persie he produced two of the best strikers in the world.
The Newcastle United stand-in goalkeeper was the beacon of fairness last weekend, which saw QPR captain snub Chelsea captain John Terry in the pre-match handshakes.
Sir Alex Ferguson has pleaded with Manchester United fans to “show greatness” in the run up to their imminent and emotionally charged fixture with Liverpool at Anfield next Sunday.
Celtic made their long anticipated return to Europe this week with a goalless draw against Benfica in their first Champions League group game. What can we take from the Scottish club’s return to the big time?
With the continued worries over Anders Lindegaard and David de Gea is it time to cut their losses on one or the other to the benefit of the team?
The modern game has become a tricky business – as the technical quality of the game improves, amendments to the rule-book have tended to favour the attacker, leaving the unwitting defender vulnerable to what is officially termed ‘simulation’, with former Manchester United and Arsenal players hitting the headlines for it. But is diving cheating?
Martin O'Neill's squadron of attacking midfielders should create more than enough chances for Fletcher to score big this season.
Michael Laudrup has opened up a mega sized tin of worms with his comments that he sees it as okay if one team pays a rival to win a game. Let’s take a closer a look at what he’s saying and the ruling involved.