Sep 16

Is the free agent NicklasBendtner in the radar of QPR?

NicklasBendtner was released from Wolfsburg on April of the ongoing year, his contract was terminated prematurely after a series of disciplinary problems involving the Danish attacker and this is not the first time that Bendtner has had issues with authorities and things of this nature.

It’s now rumored that Bendtner is being tracked down and monitored by Queens Park Rangers as the Championship League club is interested in adding more offensive players and considering the fact that Bendtner has recently turned into a free agent, he might be a viable option for the English club.

The recent stats of the 28 year old attacker have not been very impressive as he only managed to score 2 goals in 13 appearances during his last season with Wolfsburg. In the debut season of Bendtner as a player of Wolfsburg, he even scored less as the Danish attacker could only find the back of the net on 1 occasion.

This lack of goals at a consistent basis is evidence of just how much NicklasBendtner has been struggling to score goals and it remains uncertain if any club would be interested in signing a player who has been underperforming so much for the past 5 years.
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Aug 16


Past and current shareholders of the Birmingham City have been warned ahead of possible phone and email scam, Birmingham Mail reports.

The club issued the warnings to their shareholders after some were the targets of unscrupulous individuals in a phone and email scam.

According to the club, the body behind the scams was Prudential Group who asked the shareholders to provide personal details, sign agreements and even transfer money. The club made a statement on its official website that reads: “Birmingham City Football club has been made aware that approaches, both by phone and email, have been made to shareholders and former shareholders from a company called Prudential Group with an address of 55th Street, New York.

“Requests have been made to provide personal details, to sign various dealing and non-disclosure agreements in return for returns of up to £7 per share. In some cases, shareholders have been asked to send money as a deposit. Please note that this is a scam and the club strongly recommends that all persons in receipt of such communications do not respond, send money or sign any agreements with Prudential Consultants, Prudential Group or their representatives.”
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Jul 16


Premier League entrants Middlebrough FC are set to unveil Marten de Roon as the third signing this summer as they try to bolster the team for the challenges in the coming season.

Atalanta president says he has a moral duty to sanction the deal which would see the Dutch player the latest addition to the Boro squad as they prepare for the new campaign.

The president Antonio Percassi discussed the deal worth 14 million Euros which is believed to be in the final stages. The player is set to be offered a four-year deal which would allow him feature for Boro in the Premier League when it begins in August. The Atalanta president spoke to TuttoAtalanta.com on the deal where he mentioned that the club has no choise but to sell the 25-year old player.

He said: “The departure of de Roon, I’m sorry, but dealing with certain figures, Atalanta has a moral duty to sell.” The Gazette reports that the player flew in from Teesside to wrap the deal. The report also says personal terms have been agreed and that the player has completed his medicals. Boro are believbed to just be rubber stamping the deal and making preparations for his unveiling.
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May 16


Leicester city move closer to clinching the English Premier League after consistent performances that has produced a fairly tale season for the foxes.

Should Tottenham lose to Chelsea on Monday, Leicester City would lift the trophy for the first time in history.

Leicester city coach would even miss the crucial encounter due to a planned flight.

“I’d like to watch the game but I am on a flight back from Italy,” Claudio Ranieri said.

“I want to meet my mother, who is 96 years old, and go for lunch with her. I fly back at the same time as the match. So I wont know the result. But when we land, I will hear,” the Italian coach added.

The coach would likely be met by over-joyed fans if Chelsea do Leicester City the favour of defeating the unpredictable spurs.

The fairytale season at Leicester City is in sharp contrast with the protests at the emirates as they seek for a change as it makes it 12 years since The Gunners lifted the English Premier League. Wenger, though confident of his position at the club next season, wants Bayern Munich striker, Robert Lewandoski to add to his attacking options ahead of next season title chase. Continue reading →

Apr 16

Real Madrid not Performing well in Champions League

Real Madrid were unable to do well in their Champions League quarter-final against Wolfsburg since the team was suffering from their exertions during the weekend, according to manager Zinedine Zidane.

The club managed a 2-1 win over Barcelona in the El Clasico and the team received a lot of praise for the manner in which they beat the league leaders while playing with 10 men. The victory helped them reduce the deficit in the la Liga to just seven points. Even though it may not be enough to see them win the league title, Zidane was happy with the result.

However, it remains to be seen if the Frenchman will feel happy after a 2-0 loss against Wolfsburg in the Champions League first leg meeting between the two teams. Madrid are now in serious danger of being knocked out by the German team, who were expected to be comfortably beaten by the Spanish giants. Wolfsburg do not have much pedigree in the European competitions compared to Madrid, who have won the trophy for a record 10 times. Zidane was especially unhappy with the first half performance from his players, as he felt that they left themselves to open at the back. Continue reading →

Jan 16

ZinedineZidane enjoyed a dream debut as coach of Madrid

Following the dismissal of Rafael Benitez as the coach of Real Madrid, ZinedineZidane was the man selected to replace him and this was largely expected. The Frenchman was already taking charge of the 2nd team of Real Madrid as this was his first training as the coach of a team.

Zidane had already showed interest in becoming a manager and this is why he took charge of the Real Madrid Castilla team, which is basically the younger team of the Spanish club and a few days ago he was officially announced to be the successor of Rafael Benitez who was sacked after dropping points in the Spanish League race.

The first match of Zidane in charge of Real Madrid saw them claiming an overwhelming 5-0 triumph over Deportivo. All the goals arrived from KarimBenzema and Gareth Bale with the French attacker scoring twice and the Welshman netting a hat-trick which is a perfect start to Zidane’s reign as the manager of Real Madrid.

This kind of result is exactly what Zidane and Real Madrid needed to stay in the top spots of the Spanish League and more victories will be needed in order for them to maintain themselves closely behind Barcelona as well as Athletic Madrid, both of which have collected more points than Real Madrid from their opening 19 league matches of the season. Continue reading →

Oct 15

Aaron Ramsey believes there is more responsibility on his shoulders at Arsenal

Aaron Ramsey believes there is more responsibility on his shoulders at Arsenal these days in comparison to his initial years as he has settled in the camp quite nicely being a part of it for quite some time.

According to Ramsey, people might see him playing at his peak in the ongoing season.

Ramsey, who has been at the Emirates stadium since his teenage, has already featured more than 150 times for the Gunners in the top tier English Football.

If seen age wise, he is still a young man as he is only 24, but, having played so much, he considers himself a senior member of the squad now.

In his interview post Arsenal’s game versus West Ham United the previous week, he said, “When you are one of those guys whom the side looks up to, it gives you confidence and also, puts responsibility on your shoulders. You feel you have to perform at your best and set example for the others and that’s what I would be looking to do this summer. It’s a good position to be in.” Continue reading →

Jun 15

Injuries are affecting Tim Sherwood’s options at Aston Villa

Alan Hutton has not played a Premier League match for Aston Villa since April 4 when the team of Tim Sherwood played against Manchester United and lost 3-1 but besides this defeat, there were further negative incidents that occurred in this match as Alan Hutton had to be removed at the 45th minute after picking up an injury.


Aston Villa is currently located at the 15th position of the Premier League with only a few points separating them from the bottom relegation zone and these last few weeks that are remaining in the English League will be very difficult for Tim Sherwood and his players.


Manchester City, Everton, West Ham United, Southampton and Burnley are all of the opponents that Aston Villa has to face before the Premier League reaches its end and securing victories against these teams is not going to be easy for Tim Sherwood especially taking into consideration all of his players who have been struggling with injuries recently.


“I’ve never seen an injury crisis like it. I never thought I’d be one of those managers who moans about injuries but I have to’’ This was a statement released by Tim Sherwood a few days ago. Continue reading →

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