• Against Barcelona: Could Man City Finally Win?

    2016-10-17 15:41

    Man City may be a very big fish in the Premier League pond with their #1 spot for the first eight consecutive weeks, but then the Champions League is a whole different ocean. The Sky Blues are meeting Barcelona, and even though the Spanish team is currently only #4 in La Liga, they are guaranteed to make this meet very hard for the English.

  • Burning Red England: Liverpool vs Man United

    2016-10-14 12:10

    There‘s still a very long way to the season 16/17 crown at the Premier League, but one thing‘s already clear: there are quite a few teams who look more than ready to give each other hell for the rest of this run. One of them is Liverpool, snug in the fourth place, and they are meeting none other than Man United this week.

  • The Best Four of Euroleague to Come

    2016-10-13 18:01

    Euroleague is pretty different this year – it’s bigger, and more interesting, as all 16 of the teams participating will play each other. That means every team will get 30 matches each, nobody will get kicked out until New Year, and we get a particularly interesting run to look forward to. So, what’s new with the participants? Let’s look at the best of the best.

  • 4 Draws in a Row: what’s up, Real Madrid?

    2016-10-07 16:31

    At the moment, Real Madrid are in the middle of what can only be called a slump: the team has not won for four matches straight. While that, especially considering the fact that these all were draws, would not come as a shock for many teams, Real is too good to play like this. Plus, the more they draw, the further away gets their potential La Liga title.

  • Pre-match Talk: 5 Facts on Malta‘s National Football Team

    2016-10-07 14:45

    There are some games that you know your team will struggle to win and will need to give their absolute best. Then there are those where the opponent looks weaker, but could very well give the Three Lions a run they will never forget, and that it would be unwise to underestimate your contender. And then there‘s Malta, where the TonyBet bookies give them the odds of 60/1 at winning vs England. So, let‘s take a look at what they‘re up to!

  • Will Man City Finally Triumph vs The Spurs?

    2016-10-01 17:08

    Nothing is set in stone in the Premier League yet, but the trends are clear: Man City is leading strongly with no losses to their name, and the Spurs are following with a four point lag. However, last season Tottenham was a kryptonite to the Sky Blues, who lost twice. Will they break the so-far perfect run in the White Hart Lane?

  • The Battle of Revenge: Bayern vs Atletico

    2016-09-27 17:32

    The Champions League has just started – and yet we‘re already getting to see some pretty exquisite matches. Who can forget Atletico upsetting the seemingly indestructible Bayern Munich during the first leg of the semi-finals, and advancing to the finals on away goals? Well, it’s time for a re-match, and the Germans will be eager to prove their worth.

  • There's no Place like London for a Derby

    2016-09-23 15:03

    Last season, Chelsea became notorious for being horrid, later recovering under Hiddink‘s management. However, even though Arsenal won the Community Shield match, they went on to lose both Premier League games to the Blues. Chelsea managed to score two clean sheet victories when meeting the Gunners – so are we going to see something similar this time around, too?

  • Barcelona & Real Madrid: Attack of the Three

    2016-09-22 18:55

    While everyone may have their own favourite football player of all time, there’s one thing all fans can agree on: both Barcelona and Real Madrid have an amazing attacking trio of their own. On one side, it’s Benzema, Ronaldo, and Bale. On the other, it’s Messi, Suarez, and Neymar. Can you really compare them? Let’s take a look at what the numbers say.

  • 20 Years a Professor: Arsène Wenger

    2016-09-21 16:22

    On 16th of September, 1996, one Arsène Wenger was appointed as the manager of Arsenal. Back then, in the pre-Google times, the general reaction was “Arsène who?”. And here we are 20 years later, with the same Frenchman still overlooking one of the best teams that England has ever produced, and there probably isn’t anyone who’s the least bit into football who wouldn’t know his name.