England U20s – What are they up to now?

England-World-Cup-Win15th February 2019

18 months on from their famous World Cup victory in South Korea the England under 20 squad members are older, wiser and should be in a better position to influence their careers as well as the aid the ambitions of the clubs to which they are contracted. The question is – what are the members of the winning squad up to are these days?


 

Ipswich Town – FA Cup Woes…

ipswich town image24th January 2019

They were proud winners of the World’s oldest cup competition back in 1978, a Roger Osborne goal was enough to see off Arsenal in front of a reported 100,000 at Wembley all those years ago. However, as 2018/19 season’s 4th round gets underway this week there will be a usual sight for fans of Ipswich Town, as per the last 9 seasons they won’t be participating. Here we deep dive into their continuing disappointment…


Huddersfield Town – Wagner Walks…

huddersfield-town-david-wagner-107211914th January 2019

He gave them something to savour for the rest of their footballing history and now it has come to an agreed end. David Wagner and the Huddersfield Town board have “mutually agreed” to end their near 3.5yr relationship in a surprise announcement this evening…

 


Borussia Dortmund – A Fine Example…

borussia-dortmund-stadium7th January 2019

With Dortmund 6 points clear at the top of the Bundesliga – with just 1 loss to their name this season, the news this week of the sale of USA international Christian Pulisic to Chelsea may have rocked may a football club. Not at all! We take a look at their smart transfer decisions over the past few years…


Mark Hughes – Southampton Struggles

sport-preview-mark-hughes29th November 2018

Blackburn Rovers, Man City, Fulham, QPR, Stoke City and now Southampton. All of the mentioned clubs have taken the decision to employ Mark Hughes as their manager throughout the last fifteen years, it now appears that his time is up at his current club just like it has been at the previous five…


Monaco – Jardim to Henry

Jardim-Henry-Image27th November 2018

Only a few months ago Leonardo Jardim was one of the most sought after coaches in Europe, now he has been replaced in his Monaco post by a managerial rookie in the shape of Thierry Henry. Today we’re discussing Monaco’s turbulent times…


Julen Lopetegui – From a World Cup to Nothing…

julenlopetegui29th October 2018

As Real Madrid have just announced the sacking of new Manager Julen Lopetegui, we take a look back on just how quickly the Spaniard has unfortunately fallen from grace to disgrace in a matter of months. What’s next for him? Can he keep managing the top teams in the game?

 


Ajax, PSV and Feyenoord – Doing their bit for the Dutch

DpIOcs-WkAIHgqp19th October 2018

A well-deserved round of applause for the Dutch sides that have taken the unprecedented step of sharing all European earnings made this season with the rest of the Eredivisie. The country’s 3 biggest clubs have agreed to give 10% of their earnings to the rest of the league, as a way of ensuring Dutch football doesn’t fall too far behind everyone else.


Jadon Sancho – A BIG Future

jadon-sancho-image11th October 2018

This week saw the unexpected yet deserved inclusion of Borussia Dortmund’s Jadon Sancho into Gareth Southgate’s England squad for the upcoming Uefa Nations League games against Spain and Croatia. With him being a relative unknown to many, it’s worth profiling this exciting attacking talent and detailing why he is in the Bundesliga and not the EPL.


UEFA Nations League – What is it? How Does it Work?

uefa-nations-league-euro-2020-qualifying11th September 2018

UEFA’s latest competition is underway and whilst it is just getting started the format does leave a lot of individuals confused. Here we’ve tried to explain it for you – be warned, you might need to concentrate, it’s not the most straightforward…

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