It’s now five defeats on the bounce for Perth Glory as both Adelaide United and Wellington Phoenix set new A-League records.
Archive for October, 2010
Manchester United fan and editor in absentia Gav Reilly takes his life into his hands and argues that Sir Alex Ferguson might have finally gone a step too far in disowning Wayne Rooney so publicly.
The Champions League returns for Matchday 3 with the glamour tie of Real Madrid versus AC Milan the standout fixture of a busy week. Ger McCarthy looks ahead to that game while also recalling some previous encounters between two of the giants of world football.
It’s getting to the business end of the season in the MLS, and Michael Orr brings us up to speed with all the action Stateside.
The transfer window hasn’t even been shut two months but already speculation is rife over the future of England’s premier forward.
The second round of fixtures in the 2010-2011 UEFA Champions League produced some thrilling encounters, upset results and no shortage of talking points. Ger McCarthy analyses the impact of the most recent results involving the competing British clubs and also looks ahead to Matchday 3.
After a disappointing international break for the Italian national team, Serie A was back in full flow this weekend as Richard Chambers writes. Roma, AC Milan and Internazionale all recorded wins, while a 2-0 win for Lazio in Bari kept them at the summit of the table.
Slip ups up top and actual football being played in Liverpool. Another week of surprises…. and that’s even before the mouth watering clash of Blackburn and Sunderland tomorrow….
In the first of a new series profiling this season’s Champions League teams, Ger McCarthy writes about Slovakian club MSK Zilina who currently lie last in Chelsea’s Group F.
In number three of ‘Cult Heroes’, Robbie Deighan celebrates the best (and worst) times of one of the most gifted footballers to ever grace the Premier League – Eric Cantona.