Scottish Premiership

Scottish Premiership
Scottish Premiership Preview: Rangers Go for Two in a Row
David Coates - Jul 30, 2021

The new Scottish Premiership season begins on Saturday 31 July and for the first time in a decade Rangers go in as favourites to retain their crown. After stopping Celtic’s quest for ten league titles in a row, Rangers boss Steven Gerrard will be looking to build on last season’s success. Scottish Premiership: Rangers Go […]

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Alex Collado
Barcelona Winger Alex Collado Close to Joining Club Brugge on Loan
Varun Nair - Aug 1, 2021

Club Brugge are close to signing Alex Collado from Barcelona, according to Fabrizio Romano.  Barcelona have officially confirmed that the player left the pre-season squad with the club’s permission to resolve his future. Alex Collado to Join Club Brugge on Loan Limited Gametime Likely Caused Collado to Move Out of Barcelona The young Spaniard has sporadically […]

Joshua Zirkzee
Joshua Zirkzee Close to Joining Anderlecht on Loan from Bayern Munich

Belgium giants Anderlecht are close to agreeing a season-long loan deal with Bayern Munich for Joshua Zirkzee, according to Fabrizio Romano. The forward’s absence during Bayern’s pre-season friendly had sparked rumours about a potential exit for the 20-year-old. Joshua Zirkzee to Join Anderlecht on Loan Zirkzee to Complete a Second Loan Spell in Six Months […]

Gary Cahill
Gary Cahill Leaves Crystal Palace

Gary Cahill has officially left Crystal Palace after two seasons with the club. The Eagles confirmed the release of Cahill after they failed to agree a new deal with the 35-year-old. Gary Cahill is Now a Free Agent Crystal Palace Fail to Agree New Deal with Gary Cahill Gary Cahill is now available as a […]

Euro 2020
Euro 2020 Chronicles – Part Five: The Perfect Final

Euro 2020 brought us countless unforgettable moments, both good and bad, especially during the knockout phase.  This is the fifth and final article in a series that tells the many stories of this summer’s competition. Euro 2020 Chronicles Italy Edge Out Spain The semi-final between Italy and Spain started off energetically, but calmed down after […]

Manchester United’s spending
Manchester United’s Spending Should Act as Defining Equaliser in Title Race

Nature is slowly healing from the pandemic. Nightclubs are open and so is the unofficial competition of who can embarrass themselves the most; fans are back in sporting events and, as such, so are the parodied version of songs turned into chants aimed towards the opposition; cinemas are back open so you can watch Fast […]

Russell Martin
Russell Martin Appointed as New Swansea City Manager

Swansea City have confirmed the appointment of Russell Martin as the replacement to Steve Cooper. Martin, who has signed a three-year contract, departs League One side MK Dons, who have already started their season after a 5-0 defeat to Bournemouth in the Carabao Cup. Russell Martin Joins Swansea City   Swansea City is delighted to […]

Jens Petter Hauge
Eintracht Frankfurt in Talks With AC Milan to Sign Jens Petter Hauge

Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that AC Milan and Eintracht Frankfurt are back in talks regarding the future of Jens Petter Hauge. The news arrives just weeks after the Rossoneri turned down a bid for the winger from the German club. Eintracht Frankfurt Looking to Sign Jens Petter Hauge Jens Petter Hauge is One of the […]

Mauricio Pochettino
Mauricio Pochettino Under Pressure to Deliver Champions League for PSG

Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino has had a busy transfer window so far as the club looks to get their Ligue 1 title back and challenge for the Champions League. So far, they have had the best transfer window out of everybody in European football with the likes of Sergio Ramos, Georginio Wijnaldum and Gianluigi Donnarumma […]