Posts Tagged ‘Soccer: Worldwide’

Group C kicks off with a heavyweight contest between last season’s runners-up Liverpool and big-spending Paris Saint-Germain at Anfield with both sides looking to lay down an early marker in this season’s Champions League. After both sides had broken the previous record for group stage goals in 2017-18 – PSG scoring 25 goals, Liverpool 23 […] Read the rest of this entry »
The Arsenal man will be absent for the matchups with both Austria and Georgia due to injury. Read the rest of this entry »
Ireland showed a willingness to transition the ball from defence to attack with a frequency we haven’t seen for some time. They were all composed in possession and seemed to feed off one another, growing more in confidence as the game wore on. Read the rest of this entry »
The game ignited into a bit more life in the closing stages and Italy finally made their pressure count through an excellent solo effort from Brazilian born Eder. Read the rest of this entry »
Trying to transition the ball quickly through Felliani is like trying to slice a loaf of multi-seed bread with a soup spoon, you might get there eventually but it’s bound to be a mess. Read the rest of this entry »
This result will be positively spun but in reality it's two points dropped. Ireland were unlucky to go in level at half time but there wasn't enough conviction in our play in the second half to claim the win. We go again. Read the rest of this entry »
Roberto Martinez – former Wigan manager – has agreed a deal to take on the reins at Everton after Wigan and Everton agreed compensation so that Martinez could complete the deal. Roberto Martinez – who won the FA cup last May with Wigan – has agreed to take over Everton after four years in charge [...] Read the rest of this entry »