So the men have been separated from the boys in Europe's premier club tournament, so also in the Europa League; so no European distractions till February, 2015. The domestic campaign returns this weekend with many tasty ties to keep us glued to our Television sets, not least David Moyes' first
Just like in England it was a weekend where the big teams struggles in Italy, but Germany, Spain and France still maintained some level of consistency as the big teams continued to flex their muscles.
So as Bayern, Marseille, Real Madrid and Juventus continue to set the pace in their respective
If there is something about the 24th game and St. James Park for Jose Mourinho's Chelsea, then the mystery that continues to surround Arsenal freezing at windy Britannia (Stoke City) can only be unraveled by how much Manchester City will cope without their in form lethal striker; Sergio Aguero.
On the strength of the events over the last one week or so, we truly have a title race back on in England, whilst we continue to worry about the fall from grace of Borussia Dortmund and the out of this world domination of Bayern in Germany; we are on
The derby di Madoninna may have ended last weekend's encounters, this weekend we take out preview team across europe starting with the game at the Olympico where Inter visit Rudi Garcia's Roma and we then make the usual stops in France, England and Spain.
Roma v Inter
Inter have been boosted by the
A record that was going to be broken sooner rather than later, a club from Mersyside hanging on for dear life and the man from Uruguay who can’t stop scoring, here is a review of UEFA Champions league Match day 5 and my team of the week.
Massimilliano Alegri must be
The Uefa Champions league has reached its business end, and by the end of Match day 5 some big teams would bid farewell to the competition for good, at least the 2014/15 edition. Teams would be looking for favours from rivals as well as inspiration from their fans to give
Last season, Jose Mourhino stated categorically that his “ Chelsea” were not ready to win the premier league title. This season however, he has built a monster, a moving train that is ready to crush anyone or anything that stands in its way. This monster train was built because of
Thank God, the international week is over and of course for the year as well; we can look forward to Club football uninterrupted till the end of the year and there is a lot to look forward to. This weekend part of our preview involves two match ups that really
After all the mid week exhaustion, focus returns to the bread and butter of the domestic game; where teams who faltered in mid week will be seeking the safe haven of their domestic league as a means to bounce back into form or use as a spring board to improve