The Highs And Lows Of Arsene Wenger

Written by Reece Nicholson. Edits by Saptarshi Rakshit. Arsene Wenger took over as Arsenal boss in October 1996 replacing George graham. At the time Arsene Wenger was unheard of in English football, then Arsenal star defender Tony Adams thought Wenger was a science prof. when they first exchanged a look.Not many gave Wenger a shot…

Why Spain’s loss to Georgia shows they are not serious Euro contenders

Spain recently lost to Georgia, a team that is ranked 137th in the world, to put it up in a much more alarming perspective, Georgia racked up only two wins in the previous year against minnows Gibraltar and Scotland. Spain definitely had positives to pick up from the game. Vazquez’s consistent running threatened Georgia’s back-line,…

Cheers and Tears, as Real clinch La Undecima

There’s something romantic about Real and the Champions League.  They won it five times consecutively between 1956-60 when it was called European cup and it doesn’t like any team including their much lauded and very worthy arch-rivals Barcelona will ever come close to breaking this record. Former Madrid player Miguel Muñoz started the tradition of winning European…

Things that Louis Van Gaal did right in United

I don’t think I’ve to state the things that he did wrong. His possession football was bland and important players like De Gea(Club Player of the Year for a third time running) and Carrick have said that they would leave rather than play for LVG according to British tabloid Mirror.  But it’d be highly unfair…

Why we are skeptical about Mourinho as United Manager

Mourinho to United is a done deal confirmed by most of the football news outlets like BBC, Sky, etc. The much traveled man who has previously managed Chelsea twice(It is predicted that by 2020 you will be no farther than 1m away from an Ex-Chelsea manager), Porto, Inter, and of course Real Madrid, has been…