Posts Tagged ‘Champions League’

In recent years there has been a downward trend in the continental viewing figures of the Champions League. Some say it’s down to the commercialisation of the tournament, the relative weakness of the teams in the group stages and even an over-saturation of football in general. Yet there are plenty of reasons to be watching […]

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Nomme JK Kalju 0 Celtic 2  Celtic ran out two goals winners against Estonian side Nomme JK Kalju as they move another step closer to the group stages of the Champions League for the upcoming season. It was plane-sailing for Neill Lennon’s side as the Tallinn based outfit scored an own goal, while Marian Shved […] Read the rest of this entry »
Cork City have been dealt a tough draw in the Europa League qualifying with the news this morning they will face the losers of the tie between Brendan Rodgers’ Celtic or Norway giants Rosenberg. Celtic and Rosenberg face off in a Champions League qualifier, the loser of that game will play the Rebels. Cork were […] Read the rest of this entry »
Sligo based graphic designer Dan Leydon created the winning entry in a BT Sport competition to select artwork for the Champions League final. Read the rest of this entry »
Following this week’s Champions League quarter final ties the draw for the semi finals has been made. Real Madrid will face off against Man City and Atletico Madrid take on Bayern Munich. Read the rest of this entry »
Manuel Pellegrini has said Manchester City will not sign another striker despite the departure of Stevan Jovetic to Inter Milan and Edin Dzeko’s imminent €20million move to Roma. Read the rest of this entry »
Manchester have drawn Club Brugge of Belgium in this morning’s Champions League play-off draw at UEFA Headquarters at Nyon in Switzerland. Read the rest of this entry »