Following the fall out of the latest Luis Suarez incident, Liverpool are facing having their star striker on the side-lines once more. On Thursday afternoon, FIFA’s disciplinary committee announced that Suarez would be banned for 4 months from all football related activities. Despite the incident taking place whist on international duty with Uruguay, Liverpool are the ones who are really being punished. For the second time, they are facing the prospect of starting their Premier League campaign without the 27-year-old due to a ban from biting an opponent.
His time at the Merseyside club has been littered with controversy. The Fenway Sports Group, the owners of Liverpool, along with the then manager Kenny Dalglish, supported Suarez strongly after a racist incident with Patrice Evra. The manner in which they supported him was widely criticised. John Henry, the principal owner, and Tom Werner, the chairman, felt they put themselves on the… Continue reading →
Arsenal have been handed a huge transfer boost as target Angel Di Maria of Real Madrid has admitted he is not sure where he will be playing next season. The 26-year-old is also a target for Manchester United.
Rio Ferdinand has agreed to join Queens Park Rangers after 12 years at Manchester United. The former England defender, 35, will link up with Harry Redknapp, the manager who gave him his first start at West Ham.
Southampton’s new boss Ronald Koeman has rattled Manchester United by increasing the price tag on England left-back Luke Shaw, 18, by £10 million to £40 million.
The time is right for Luis Suarez, 28, to quit Liverpool and make a move to either Real Madrid or Barcelona because he has “nothing left to prove in England”, according to his father-in-law.
Chelsea will not allow Romelu… Continue reading →
Is The Scottish Premier League becoming boring?
Celtic to win the title again? It’s almost a foregone conclusion isn’t it?
After the financial problems experienced by Rangers that led to them being relegated to the Scottish Third Division, it has left many pondering the question – Is it becoming boring? The rivalries between Celtic and Rangers led to many fans taking note of the SPL and watching Scottish football on a more regular basis. Take Rangers out of the equation and is the SPL worth watching?
The money that Celtic receive due to them being in the Champions League and being the biggest team in the SPL means that they money they receive is so much higher than any other teams, it means that for any of the other 11 teams to be able to compete, they need serious financial backing. As a result of the never changing gap in… Continue reading →