Many Premier League fans will know of Ighalo’s name from his fruitful spell with Watford, with 39 goals in 99 appearances for The Hornets. None, however, would’ve expected the Nigerian striker to return by signing for such an illustrious club as Manchester United. It is apparently a ‘dream move’ for the Nigerian, who swaps China for Old Trafford on a loan deal.
Image Credit- ghanasoccernet.com In recent years, many smaller teams have risen up the international football ladder. Costa Rica impressed in the 2014 World Cup, beating Luis Suarez led Uruguay 3-1, and maintaining a 0-0 draw […]
Out of contract after a disappointing spell at Blackburn, Jack Rodwell might have expected a move down the football pyramid within his own country. Instead, the one-time Everton starlet is being linked to Italian powerhouse AS Roma – a team more renown for Francesco Totti than ex Sunderland midfielders.
Image Credit [Washington Post] Manchester City’s victory in this year’s Carabao Cup was overshadowed by Kepa’s refusal to be substituted before the penalty shootout, with the Chelsea keeper’s actions taking the shine off of City’s […]
Image Credit: [Adrian Dennis/Getty Images] The Leicester City chairman sadly passed away in a helicopter crash after watching his beloved team play. After Leicester’s home match against West Ham concluded, most football fans were preparing […]
Image Credit: [CNN] Formerly of 100 metre fame, Usain Bolt has swapped the sport he conquered to try and conquer another sport – his ‘dream’ in the form of football. The unusual destination for Bolt, […]