As a football player, you would always of course love playing in a World Cup final or the Champions League final but going on an FA Cup run would always be different…especially with a smaller team. Continue reading “The FA Cup: Where dreams come true…”
In the ‘do or die’ match, Manchester City could afford nothing less but a win against second place Tottenham Hotspur the following weekend after suffering a devastating 4-0 defeat at the hands of Everton the previous weekend…
Christmas was over, but the excitement wasn’t as we were treated to traditional Boxing Day football- one of those days every football fan looks forward to. There were some vital matches for teams at both ends of the table as they all knew that they couldn’t afford anymore slip-ups.
2016 was clearly the year to forget for the giants of football and one to remember for the underdogs of the game. There were many shocks throughout the year which included Atletico Madrid’s unforgettable run to the Champions League final and Iceland’s memorable win over a shattered England team but the biggest of them all was the day when we woke up with a bang and witnessed reality. Continue reading “How 2016 became the year of the underdog”
It was yet another eventful weekend in the Premier League filled with twists and turns but it was undeniably Leicester and Jamie Vardy’s turn to steal the headlines the following weekend after an emphatic 4-2 victory over the struggling Manchester City which also saw Vardy’s first hat-trick for the club.
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Arsenal finally top their group
Well you could say it was truly a remarkable group stage campaign for Arsenal, who topped their group for the first time in over four years though they did have to rely on PSG to drop points at home to Ludogorets on the final matchday.