News around the creation of a European Super League (ESL) surfaced late on Sunday 18th April. Initial murmurings suggested that it would be a competition that ran alongside the domestic season, giving a more lucrative competition for Europe’s ‘elite’ clubs to play in and earn from. However, in a week that saw George Floyd’s murderer found guilty, the ESL went from creation to destruction in just over 48 hours.
Image Credit [Javier Soriano/AFP] “We have a great team and we are trying to carve out our own path, trying to evolve and grow the style of play we already had. What happened then happened, […]
Image Credit: [Fox Sports] A team recognised as being one of the best in the world, where many young footballers desire to play one day. Of course, I’m talking about Real Madrid, who by May […]
The Champions League semi-final stage kicked off on Tuesday, as 2012 winners Chelsea visited Diego Simeone’s high-flying Atletico Madrid for a hotly anticipated first leg encounter at the Estadio Vicente Calderon. The match was not […]
This week saw another scintillating round of Champions League football with the concluding ties of the quarter-final stage, leaving some intriguing prospects for the semis. Tuesday evening began with one of the two English hopes […]
As England’s football sides gear up for another gruelling Christmas period, teams in Spain are enjoying a well-earned rest, with La Liga finely poised and waiting to be decided in 2014. Barcelona and Atlético Madrid […]