With just 10 teams in action on the Premier League schedule this weekend, all eyes will be on Stamford Bridge when league-leading Chelsea host Tottenham in a game with major title and Champions League implications. Coming into Stamford Bridge and earning a win has been nearly impossible to this point in the season. Show More Summary
Rejoice! Rejoice! After the a couple of weeks when UEFA Champions League action provided some superb midweek relief, we were “treated” to international friendlies this time round. This weekend we’ve got a host of magnificent games to look forward to … Continue reading ? The Top 5 Must-See Soccer Matches On Television This Weekend is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Created by Paul Quinn, this version of the Champions League anthem really is fantastic. Arranged completely by ear, in our opinion this acoustic guitar version is better than the real one. Some really brilliant work! Watch the video here:
The Champions League music is one of the most iconic pieces of sporting music in the world. You hear it, and any football fan knows exactly what it signifies. However, musician Paul Quinn has given it a makeover, using only an acoustic guitar. Show More Summary
David Moyes is having a tough old time at Manchester United since taking over from Sir Alex Ferguson. 7th in the league, embarrassing exits in both domestic cups and on the brink of a pathetic Champions League exit to Olympiakos, things couldn’t be much worse for manager David Moyes. Last night he penned a latter [...]
Didier Drogba will forever be remembered as a Chelsea legend after lifting the club’s maiden Champions League trophy in his final season. The 35 year old Ivorian forward is currently playing at Galatasaray but still considers Cobham his home. Drogba gave ChelseaTV an exclusive interview which will be screen in full later today. After 8 [...]
Champions League 2nd Leg Betting Trends - originally posted on Soccerlens.com A few weeks ago we took at look at some betting trends for the 1st leg of Champions League knockout stage ties. Today we will continue our analysis and take a look at trends for 2nd leg matches. Do teams … Read More ? From Soccerlens.com - Football News
Liverpool's potential qualification for next season's Champions League has received a major boost after UEFA confirmed the club won't be forced to comply with its "break-even rule" before the start of next year's competition. As reported...Show More Summary
Luis Suarez's recent admission that his future as a Liverpool player isn' t entirely dependent upon Champions League involvement not only stands to benefit him, but the club's chances of strengthening in the transfer market, too. Speaking...Show More Summary
Arsenal striker Joel Campbell is in a rich vein of form, after all only a week ago the Costa Rica hitman claimed a great goal for Olympiakos against Manchester United in the Champions League. Prior to Costa Rica’s friendly with Paraguay, Campbell spoke of his hope that international success will guide him to an Arsenal [...]
There's an urban myth that when one Cambridge University philosophy student was asked "is this a question?" in an exam, they answered "yes, if this is an answer". It was a question that was supposed to inspire deep thinking. One so complex it couldn't be answered with an off-the-cuff remark. Show More Summary
Liverpool's Luis Suarez continues to find the net at a seemingly impossible rate, propelling the Reds toward guaranteed Champions League qualification and possibly more. Whilst they still remain an outside bet, Brendan Rodgers' youthful...Show More Summary
Averaging over three goals per game, the first leg of the Champions League last 16 lived up to expectations with a medley of goals and red cards and a string of away wins. The competition returns from the international break-inducedShow More Summary
With Arsenal still effectively in the Premier League title race, still in the FA Cup and still in the UEFA Champions League, it probably seems a little misguided and somewhat pre-emptive to suggest that things are going “wrong.” But you … Continue reading ? Why Does It Continue To Go Wrong For Arsenal? is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Joel Campbell was the toast of Arsenal supporters everywhere last week, when he claimed the second goal for Olympiakos against Manchester United in the Champions League. The Costa Rica striker has consistently said he is hopeful of a return to Arsenal if work permit issues can be resolved and if Arsene Wenger deems him good [...]
For large sections of the game they were outplayed, but when referee Marco Guida blew the full-time whistle at San Siro on Sunday evening, Juventus had once again vanquished Milan. With goals from Carlos Tevez and Fernando Llorente,Show More Summary
Luis Suarez has stated he is happy at Liverpool, and has no reason to leave even if the club don't book Champions League football next season. The 27-year-old has been in fine form for the Reds this season, bagging 24 goals and creating...Show More Summary
Champions League football has completely changed the domestic landscape of European football over the last 10 years, with clubs fighting tooth and nail to qualify for the prestigious tournament. With the financial benefits it bringsShow More Summary
Roberto Soldado, whose £26m move to Spurs turned into the subject of much ridicule, finally scored a goal from open play in the Premier League this season. His goal on Sunday was the first in the league during 2014. However, … Continue reading ? Tottenham Primed to Challenge For a UEFA Champions League Spot is a post from World Soccer Talk.
Riot's League of Legends has grown to include so many champions that the large number is downright intimidating. Where does someone even begin to figure out which one to choose from? And worse yet, what if that decision clashes withShow More Summary