Lionel Messi has excelled in every competition he has been a part of, but somehow an away match at Stoke is touted to be difficult for the Argentine forward. Around four years ago, top EPL TV pundit and journalist Andy … Continue reading Will Lionel Messi struggle in a cold, wet, windy night at Stoke?
‘Jaws’ Joe – the name which made more headlines than the on-field players after the first round of UEFA CL R16 matches The round of Champions League games gave me mixed reactions. Was happy for Raul, Totts and Shakhtar Donetsk, … Continue reading SHOPPING TROLLEY & A SCOTTISH LEGEND W/O FRONT TEETH
Heading into Christmas, a look at how the top 6 EPL teams fare and what the future will hold: Manchester United = 4.75/5 + On top of the heap with a game in hand + Nani looking sharper by the … Continue reading Manchester takes out London
Spain need to defy history, expectations, tiring legs and tough route to win their first ever World Cup In this preview series, there has been considerable stress on history. Whilst there is always a first time for everything, we can’t … Continue reading Can Spain inflict real pain?
A look at the nine month long EPL 2009-2010 season – Part 1 Old is Gold team – Chelsea. At start of the season, most experts had views about how the blues were getting older. 103 goals, 86 points and an astounding 71 goal difference later, the experts are singing different tunes One man Team – Manchester United. And is the one man Rooney or Sir Alex? Everyone had views on the reds once CR7 and Carlos Tevez were offloaded. 86 goals, 85 points and a 58 goal difference later, no one dares write them off. Good Luck In Europe … Continue reading Old is Gold!
More money involved means that fans have to pay more; and that’s never bad news for authorities. Hence, no matter how much we question the obscene monetary levels and whether money wins trophies or not, the vicious cycle will go … Continue reading Between Mark, Manuel, Mourinho and Money