Archive for July, 2012




There seems to be a certain buzz amongst Chelsea fans that I have spoken to, following the attacking talent that has been signed by the club over the summer, with the Brazilian Oscar and Eden Hazard’s younger brother, Thorgan Hazard being the latest arrivals at the London club. Although the chances of Thorgan Hazard being given playing time in his debut season are minimal, Roberto Di Matteo looks spoilt for choice with his attacking options, having the earlier summer signings of Eden Hazard and Marko M Continue reading


I will be looking at which European club managers in my opinion have the potential to be sacked first in the upcoming season. These are in no particular order; Continue reading



Following the mammoth double signing PSG have made in the last week with the backing of their Qatar based owners in the form of Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Thiago Silva, both of AC Milan, we will look at whether they make it into the top 10 football transfers of all time, and whether these signings have justified their price tag. With the transfer market having a reputation for producing inflated prices for footballers in recent times, the club splashed out £33 million on the Brazilian defender, whilst spending around £31 million on the Swedish striker, who made his second big money move in recent times, following his well talked about transfer to Barcelona a few seasons ago.  Continue reading


 As the new season creeps upon us, we are taking a look at 10 young talents that could make a big impact on the football world this year. Continue reading


With Euro 2012 over we are gradually seeing an increased number of signings by English Premier League Clubs. However, what are the best bits of business that have been done so far this summer? Continue reading


With no Rangers left to challenge Celtic, will the Hoops walk the league or can any other SPL teams create a serious claim as a contender for the SPL title?

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There have been new doubts about the Rangers Newco entering the Scottish 3rd Division as the SFA want to impose the transfer ban that was originally placed on the ‘oldco’ . What’s the issue? Well the Newco currently don’t have any players tied down to contracts.  Continue reading


With the confirmation of Thiago Silva’s arrival, Ibrahimovic looks set to follow his former AC Milan team mate to join the French outfit, in what seems to be a movement to make the club a real force throughout Europe next season, as well a catalyst to drive their push to become the champions of their domestic league, as they fell just short in the previous season. Continue reading


Dundee Football Club have been announced as the club who will replace Rangers in the Scottish Premier League.
The decision came about at the SPL’s annual meeting today. This means Dunfermline’s hopes of a U-Turn on their relegation have been taken away from them.  Continue reading


 

With John Terry receiving a Not Guilty verdict in him race trial on Friday many questions must be asked regarding the conclusion and verdict given. Continue reading