Monday, May 25, 2015
The Giallorossi's season has been characterized by a post-Christmas slump, but their neighbor's recent poor form could have graver consequences
The Canaries are back in the Premier League thanks to a 2-0 win over Middlesbrough and can learn a lot from the business the likes of Burnley and QPR did this year
The Italian has been shown the door at the Bernabeu, but it is a story that has been told before during Florentino Perez's presidency, writes Kris Voakes.
The 34-year-old's sheer quality long ago earned him a place among the pantheon of greats, but it is his longevity that is putting the Chelsea captain in a class of his own.
Chelsea ran away with the title this season, but its rivals are all gearing up to improve significantly over the coming summer transfer window.
Fresh off a three-week suspension following a DUI arrest, the forward played with purpose in helping the Philadelphia Union beat the New York Red Bulls.
The Spanish coach enjoyed successful spells with both clubs and looks ahead to their meeting in the Europa League final Wednesday in an interview with Goal.
The entertainment of the Premier League is not always on the pitch, as many managers and players — and their agents — proved throughout the season.
Sunday, May 24, 2015
The end of a successful season for the newly crowned Premier League champion was punctuated by the potential departures of two legends of the old guard, says Greg Stobart.
The Argentine striker scored 26 goals to help his side finish second in the Premier League and is the outstanding player among Manuel Pellegrini's aging squad, says Tom Maston.
The 26-year-old gave Wenger food for thought after scoring a sublime hat trick as the Gunners blew WBA away and hit form a week before their meeting with Aston Villa at Wembley.
John Carver's men avoided the drop by the skin of their teeth as Hull City suffered relegation on the final day and now the Toon must not waste this chance at a fresh start.
The chasing pack failed to keep up with Jose Mourinho's champion, which had the title wrapped up with three games to spare, says Greg Stobart
The Magpies have plummeted down the Premier League table, and their fans are the ones that will ultimately suffer, with a drop into the Championship now a realistic prospect.
With Newcastle United and Hull City desperately trying to avoid falling out of the Premier League, Goal talks to Gary McAllister and Joe Royale about their contrasting experiences
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Following his final home game, the German will be remembered as one of BVB's greatest coaches, writes Enis Koylu.
Goal spoke to a number of influential Blancos supporters who are unanimous in their support for the Italian coach
The midfielder is compared to Kenny Dalglish and Billy Liddell when it comes to the best in the club's history, but his achievements and dedication trump the lot, says Rich Jolly.
This season seemed to belong to Harry Kane at times, but will he see off two of his teammates in a Goal readers poll to determine this campaign's star Spur?
Friday, May 22, 2015
Philippe Coutinho swept the club's awards night this week and looks well-placed to win Goal's poll in the face of challenges from Jordan Henderson and Simon Mignolet.