It's another weekend of exciting matches to look forward to seeing across the globe and as it has become a norm from us, we give you a comprehensive preview of "Must-See" games. If you are an ardent female football fan, the FIFA U-17 World Cup will kick off in far-away
Following the exit of Arsenal and Manchester City from the Champions League by Bayern Munich and Barcelona respectively, another English side endured a horrid night as Tottenham capped a dismal week for English clubs in Europe with a 3-1 first-leg loss to Benfica in the Europa League at White Hart
Barcelona have progressed 32 out of the 34 times they won the away first leg in UEFA competition, most recently against Bayer 04 Leverkusen in the 2011/12 round of 16. They have let a two-goal advantage slip, however, their 4-2 win at FC Metz preceding a 4-1 home reverse in
Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid are safely through to the next round of the Uefa Champions League. Podolski's goal was not enough as the Gunners are knocked out by the Bavarians despite exhibiting a spirited performance with the game ending 1-1 and 3-1 on aggregate in favour of the home
Comical Samuel Eto'o leads the attack in our EPL team of the weekend, Find out who else made the cut.
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This weekend, as we always do, we preview the big games across Europe basically and we will be making stops in England, Italy and Germany. Meanwhile, back home in Nigeria, action returns to the Premier League this weekend with Week 1 games holding across the federation.
We begin our trip from
This weekend, as we always do, we preview the big games in England, Germany, France as well as two major mouth-watering stops in Italy and a game in Spain.
MANCHESTER CITY VS SUNDERLAND
Manchester City and Sunderland will battle for the Capital One Cup at Wembley on Sunday. This is Manchester City’s