Despite not living up to expectations at Old Trafford, Nani has a chance to reignite his career at Fenerbahçe, writes Rich Lloyd.
Posts Tagged ‘champions league’
Thomas Wyer discusses how Turkish giants Galatasaray must change how they are run and operated in order to avoid a path towards European irrelevance.
Alan Moore is hopeful that the League of Ireland clubs can stay in Europe and discusses some of their potential opponents in the next round.
Gareth Bland recalls the successes of Steaua Bucharest and a time when Eastern European teams made their mark on continental competition.
Neil Sherwin, Ger McCarthy and Paul Little discuss Barcelona’s Champions League win, a terrible Ireland v England game, and the Euro 2016 qualifiers.
Sam Viller looks at Barcelona’s season of success after recovering from a slow start under Luis Enrique.
Paul Corcoran takes a look at the progress of Gary Rogers’ career, from relegation and release, to League of Ireland champion.
Niall Noonan takes us back to the last time of Juventus’ last Champions League triumph in 1996.
Neil Sherwin and Paul Little look at a big week for FIFA and preview the Champions League Final, as well as Ireland’s clash with England.
Ayo Anibaba discusses what has made Juventus so successful in Europe, using key games, team performances and tactics to explain their achievements.