Louis Van Gaal has made it no secret for the better part of eight months that he wants Harry Kane as his striker. Although the Dutchman is used to having his cake and eating it to, his arrogance is yet again getting in the way of business. Spurs’ chairman Daniel Levy has been known not
Jose Mourinho stated emphatically that the transfer window was closed for Chelsea. It’s hard to reconcile that statement with today’s announcement £22M signing of Ghanian Left Back Baba Rahman. Chelsea has been thin at left back since the departure of Ashley Cole, but now after second choice defender Luis Filipe’s return to Atletico Madrid, Chelsea have
For the second day in a row, Raheem Sterling has called in sick/refused to train/continued to act like a total diva. Sterling’s relationship with Brendan Rodgers and Fenway Sports Group has been in tatters for months now, and we are simply waiting for the bitter end to this pathetic charade. It is hard to believe
Only Pep Guardiola couldn’t find a permanent spot in his XI for Thomas Muller (or Bastian Schweinsteiger for that matter). Muller is now keen on linking up with Louis Van Gaal as the revolution appears to be in full effect at Old Trafford. Schweinsteiger looks certain to move, making Muller’s departure more logical as well.
At 12am on July 1st, the British transfer window will open officially. By then many moves will be all but complete, only necessitating fresh ink on weeks old paper. The summer transfer window always incites a magnificent flurry of player movement, with news about the beautiful game being consumed at pornographic levels on the world wide
For the second straight year, the best football in England was being played in SW6. Since the Special One’s return, there has been little doubt who the resident favorites are to grab the premier league title. Last year the blues dropped points at crucial times to vastly inferior opponents, allowing the title to slip (pun
Hull City’s season ended appropriately enough Sunday when the club was relegated after failing to score against a 10-man squad at home. Hull’s 0-0 draw at home at the KC Stadium was the 14th time in 38 EPL matches this season that Steve Bruce’s side failed to score a goal. Even with a goal and
Reviewing the best and worst of EPL season that was.
Brendan Rodgers is facing tough questions after the Reds’ miserable finish.