Thursday, September 18, 2014
The Dane has become better known for his endless sound bites than his ability in front of goal and must now produce the goods for Wolfsburg or face an uncertain future
Wednesday, September 17, 2014
The Scotsman was linked to take over for the U.S. Open Cup finalist, but the club's CEO has played down that talk.
The Chelsea manager says his striker is not capable of playing on such short rest.
Didier Drogba started in place of the Brazil-born Spaniard and failed to score as a profligate Chelsea was held to a surprise draw by Schalke in their Group G opener.
Goal rates the players on show in Bayern's late win over Man City.
Klaas-Jan Huntelaar's clinical second-half strike denied Jose Mourinho's men an opening-day victory in Group G after the Blues wasted a slew of chances.
The former Norwich boss has overseen a strong start to the new campaign, with the Villains sitting second in the table.
The striker was linked with several major clubs this summer, but is focused on playing for Swansea.
The former Chelsea playmaker is ready for a stern test from Everton.
The Everton manager believes his side must make the most of its Europa League chances.
The Arsenal boss wants to show some patience with the club's new striker.
The Liverpool manager wants his star striker to stay higher up the pitch so he can get more goals.
The defender has been named as Michael Dawson's successor and will lead the side out as Mauricio Pochettino and Co. begin their tilt at the competition.
Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The Arsenal manager conceded his team was below par as it opened the Champions League group stage.
Goals from Ciro Immobile and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang secured a comfortable win for Jurgen Klopp's men over a disappointing Gunners side.
Last gasp Gerrard penalty wins all three points for the Reds as Balotelli scores first goal since 16 million pound move.
The Reds skipper stepped up to score from 12 yards in injury time, just moments after the Bulgarian minnows had grabbed a dramatic equalizer at Anfield on Tuesday.
The German side threatened to run riot against the north Londoners, with the two goalscorers particularly impressive in a high-intensity performance from BVB.
The new venue would be located about 1 mile from Goodison Park at Walton Hall Park, with chairman Bill Kenwright confident the opportunity should not be missed.
The Aston Villa defender has signed a new deal to keep him with the club.