Why Manchester United need to sign Gareth Bale

Why Manchester United need to sign Gareth Bale

Manchester United are facing a crucial summer, as they attempt to re-establish themselves as a force under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Their transfer activity will be under intense scrutiny after the failures of previous summers. Daniel James has already joined the club from Swansea City, but supporters will be expecting bigger names if they are to come back to compete next season. The Mirror report that they could be ready to sign another Welshman, with the club looking at a possible …
Jese Rodriguez to Liverpool - Would it Help Both of Them?

Jese Rodriguez to Liverpool - Would it Help Both of Them?

"After 10 years at Real Madrid I had to take a new path and head to a club that would allow me to grow as a player. Here I will have more opportunities and more playing time to show my talent."
This hopeful statement was said by the Real Madrid player Jese Rodriguez as he was moving to Paris Saint German in last August. Indeed, the Spaniard had reason for hope. After a decent few seasons at Real …
The Left-Back Comparison | Premier League's Most Influential Left Backs

The Left-Back Comparison | Premier League's Most Influential Left Backs

And Lord Carragher said unto Lord Neville at MNF, "I look at fullbacks and think, there's only two things for a fullback- you're either a failed winger or a failed centre-back. No one wants to grow up and become a Gary Neville." Wonder what Gareth Bale or Paolo Maldini have to say about that. The job of a modern day full-back is unbelievably demanding, which also coincides with the dearth of world class fullbacks. The fullbacks are responsible for providing …
Wales vs Portugal Preview | Key Men, Stats & Team News

Wales vs Portugal Preview | Key Men, Stats & Team News

This bracket was always going to give a chance to many sides to get deep into the competition. Wales and Portugal have benefited from avoiding the likes of Italy, Spain, Germany and France. Although that isn't to take away from the achievements of both nations, who will firmly believe that they have a chance of lifting the European Championships next weekend. They will both take great confidence from the triumphs of Greece and Denmark in this competition. Neither side is …
England's Group B Premier League Opponents

England's Group B Premier League Opponents

The European Championships in France kick-off on Friday with the home nation’s clash with Romania in Group A. England have found themselves drawn against Wales, Slovakia and Russia in Group B and are already preparing for their first game on Saturday. England may be the favourites to win the group, especially with Premier League stars Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy firing on all fronts. However, they’ll be some familiar faces from the Premier League in Group B from England’s opponents. …
Wales Euro 2016 Preview

Wales Euro 2016 Preview

For Wales, 15th time is the charm.  After missing out on the first 14 European Championships, the Welsh qualified for their first this summer.  Led by star man Gareth Bale, the Welsh not only qualified but stand a good chance of getting out of their group. Qualification Wales qualified automatically out of group B, finishing second behind Belgium.  Not only did they qualify, they did it with a game to spare and ended up finishing on 21 points, four ahead of …
Round-Up: Premier League Transfer Targets

Round-Up: Premier League Transfer Targets

With the deadline day just a week away, Chelsea, Manchester United and Liverpool are among the teams still keen on new players. The last week of the window is always the craziest, with rumours flying all over the place, and all the tension to land good players. Here’s a look at all the expected transfer moves and analysing what it means for each team! GRAZIANO PELLE Contrary to previous reports, it seems like Southampton open to offers for Pelle. The …
Guilty Pleasure of an Arsenal Fan: Gareth Bale

Guilty Pleasure of an Arsenal Fan: Gareth Bale

We’ve all got one. The one we weren’t allowed to look at; the one we had to admire in secret, from a distance. One more appropriate to deny than to acknowledge, to dismiss than to appreciate. Guilty pleasures in football usually cross supporting lines. It’s very seldom that one can support one of the top sides and not suddenly find themselves in awe, in nearly shameful veneration of a particular talent that not only plays for a rival team, but …
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