Monthly Archive: February 2017

Jese Rodriguez – A player with unfulfilled potential

Just a night later, Jese Rodriguez will feature in an emotional return to Santiago Bernabeu. But things could have been well and truly different for the former Los Blancos winger. Jese Rodriguez was something sort of Real’s next big thing in 2011. Sadly for Jese, the man in charge Jose Mourinho wasn’t someone who entrusted youngsters easily. Eventually, though, hard work paid off for the youngster. …

Highest Paid Premier League Players: Pogba tops the list

The bumper TV revenue deal for the Premier League has increased club’s revenues. It’s no surprise that the big Premier League stars are one of the highest paid football players in the world. Soccerath.com takes a look at the top 10 highest paid Premier League footballers: 10. Raheem Sterling £180,000 a week until 2020 Raheem joined Manchester City for two major things – titles and money. …

Manchester United news: Latest about Zlatan Ibrahimovic's future

Manchester United’s man of the season has certainly been their 35-year old new striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic. The Swede International joined United on a free transfer in the summer. Since then, he lifted his 32nd trophy after a Wembley win on Sunday. The goalscorer is a subject of transfer rumor mill at the moment; there has been no substantial assurance given to sway that away. Manchester …

The Story of Rasen Ballsport Leipzig (RB Leipzig)

RB Leipzig has taken Bundesliga by a storm this season. However, not many are fans of the way the club has established itself amongst Europe’s elites. We take a journey from their establishment to the progress they made throughout the years. Birth of Leipzig Dietrich Mateschitz, co-founder of Red Bull, is Australian Billionaire who purchased the playing rights of the fifth division side SSV Markranstadt …

Best Golden Generations in Football History

Which national football team’s golden generations have you witnessed from the very beginning? Was it England? Italy? Netherland? Or Spain? In fact, there are many, and we have seen some of them. Well, since I started watching the world’s most beautiful sport – football – I have witnessed the team like Belgium, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Spain. And the most successful one that I have seen is …

The Curious Case of AC Milan

One of Europe’s historically richest clubs – AC Milan –  is a shadow of what they used to be. We take a look back at their fall as they look to rise back from the ashes. 25 May 2005 – AC Milan were leading 3-0 in the Champions League final at Istanbul. Somehow, though, they bottled it and lost the cushion to an equalizer from Xabi …

Claudio Ranieri – The Tinkerman bids farewell in a rather bad taste

Football is a game of two halves, as they say. Nothing could prove to be more exemplary to the notion than Claudio Ranieri’s departure from the club. As a manager, Ranieri did the impossible. He wrote a huge part of Leicester’s history – something we’ll speak about for years to come. Football has time and again proved itself to be a cruel sport. The Tinkerman …

A look back to Perez's Los Galacticos

After winning Real Madrid’s presidential election against Lorenzo Sanz, Florentino Perez pursued the “Los Galacticos” policy. He won the election partly by promising expensive new signings and an aggressive new transfer policy, in particular, to sign Luis Figo from the rivals Barcelona Football Club. During his first tenure as a president, he purchased at least one Galactico in the summer every year. He first bought …

Crystal Palace sign Nepali-origin Bivesh Gurung from Maidstone United

If you’re from Nepal and you wanted to hear a familiar name in the EPL commentary, the day seems near.  Maidstone United youngster Bivesh Gurung has signed for London club, Crystal Palace. The Eagles scouted the Maidstone under-16 midfielder while playing for his home team and a county representative team. Also read: Why are opinions of “foreign fans” often undervalued in social media? The youngster then …