After scoring back-to-back Goal of the Season contenders for Liverpool in the Premier League during the month of October, Mohamed Salah was swiftly lauded by his manager, Jürgen Klopp, as being the best striker in world football. The claim has been given more credence than usual due to Cristiano Ronaldo playing in a sub-par Manchester […] READ MORE
Author: LWOF Staff
Predicting the Champion of this Year’s Serie A
If there is one thing that dominates the Italian gambling scene, it has to be football. Many Serie A fans worldwide don their favourite Italian football club shirt, attend matches, and bet on their adored club every year. Milan’s San Siro, Roma’s Olimpico, Juventus’ Allianz Stadium are all flocked with football fans, waving the team […] READ MORE
Which Premier League Goalkeepers are World Class?
The Premier League is home to some of the best goalkeepers in the world, players who often go without the recognition they deserve because they aren’t scoring goals themselves on a regular basis. These players can be the difference-makers in games, whether it’s by saving at a key moment, a penalty stop, or just a […] READ MORE
Who are the Frontrunners for the Premier League Golden Boot?
The Premier League is full of top quality attacking talent, and a number of players will fancy their chances of being involved in the Golden Boot race at this early stage. A handful of players are legitimate contenders, and they are all at bigger clubs, expected to be towards the top of the table. Will […] READ MORE
Five Reasons Why Harry Maguire is Worth Every Penny
A lot of eyebrows were raised when Manchester United forked out £80 million for Harry Maguire. The England defender arrived from Leicester City to help bolster the United defence in 2019, and since then he has become the captain of arguably one of the biggest clubs on the planet. United’s bitter rivals Liverpool had just […] READ MORE
How Euro 2020 Is Shaping up to Be the Year of the Underdog
If there is one lesson that the Euro 2020 has already imparted to its players, officials, and viewers alike, it is to expect the unexpected. Is the Euro 2020 Shaping up to Be the Year of the Underdog? Scotland to Ukraine: The Underdogs Provide an Excitement Whether we consider the once-in-a-lifetime coinciding of a 70th […] READ MORE
Euro 2020: Denmark v Finland Suspended After Christian Eriksen Collapses
The Euro 2020 match between Denmark and Finland is to be finished tonight (June 12) despite a medical emergency involving Danish midfielder Christian Eriksen. Euro 2020: Denmark v Finland Suspended as Christian Eriksen Collapses Midfielder Received Urgent Treatment In a statement by UEFA, the competition organisers confirmed that the fixture would go ahead as planned. […] READ MORE
Football TV Deals Rolled Over as Study Finds Fans Watch an Average of 3.2 Games Per Week
Following a season where more live football was covered than ever before, the Premier League has extended plans to cover the game moving forward. There had been suggestions that live broadcasting rights would go to auction to be picked up by the highest bidder but, instead, fans can look forward to a similar plan as […] READ MORE
How Would the Big Six Leaving the Premier League Impact the Game?
With the Big Six’s involvement with the proposed European Super League (ESL) recently, there have been potential implications regarding the finances of the Premier League and the English football pyramid. Although the six clubs, Manchester City, Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur, have all withdrawn from the ESL, questions over their worth to […] READ MORE
European Super League: Why it Failed
It was a PR disaster from start to finish. The proposed European Super League (ESL), first introduced to the world in bizarre joint statements from the 12 founding member clubs, is unofficially dead in the water. After one of the most chaotic and febrile weeks in football’s storied history, we have arrived at the point […] READ MORE