How did Liverpool, Manchester United, Arsenal, and Chelsea stars perform on their Premier League debuts?
Tottenham Hotspur are already in the group stage whilst Liverpool and Newcastle attempt to join them this week; but why are English teams taking it less and less seriously?
Swansea City have had a £6 million bid accepted by Celtic for the transfer of Ki Sung-Yueng - a move which Celtic manager Neil Lennon describes as good business for the SPL champions. We take a closer at the South Korean central midfielder and why he could be the perfect addition to Michael Laudrup's side.
Bank of America has announced that Michael W. Lawrence has been named New Mexico state president.
Chelsea would have hoped, before the season even begun, that they were able to start the new campaign off to a flyer – they’ve achieved this with two wins out of two against opposition that, with all due respect, they should be defeating. Now they’re sitting pretty, with early bragging rights, at the top of the pile.
Newcastle United got their season off to a great start on Saturday as they beat Tottenham 2-1 at St. James' Park and tonight the Magpies begin their Europa League campaign away to Greek side Atromitos. In 2010, Fulham made it all the way to the final of the competition so we ask, after a text from the 'special one', can Newcastle be inspired to do the same this time around?
Spurs have climbed to the top of Group One after fighting back from 1-0 down to conquer the Germans.
Radzinski starred in the Premier League for six seasons with both Everton and Fulham. Where is he now?
This was life on Wall Street only 50 years ago: 'The secretaries all had to wear hats and gloves. In the bathrooms, they had light bulbs with the partner's (boss's) name. The partner would ring you up. If you were in the bathroom, you had to run out immediately'.
Citigroup plans to increase the headcount for its European credit sales and trading team by as much as 5% to seize market share from rivals cutting back in the region.