Former Liverpool managing director Christian Purslow predicts that owners FSG can change their approach in the future in order to […]
Chelsea interested in Newcastle captain Jamaal Lascelles. Blues looking to sign more English players. READ MORE: Chelsea and Bayern set to battle over £88M wonderkid. Chelsea are considering a move for Newcastle United captain Jamaal Lascelles, according to the London Evening Standard. Antonio Conte’s back-line was the foundation of our success last season. However, it as been far […]
Gremio youngster Arthur has today opened up on the links between he and Spanish giants Barcelona. Prodigious starlet Arthur, a 21-year-old Brazilian midfielder, has long been regarded as one of the finest young talents in South American football. The gifted Selecao star recently guided Gremio to their first Copa Libertadores title since 1995, earning man of the match honours during the competition’s final second-leg versus Argentine outfit Lanus. Arthur has already been heavily linked with a number of Europe’s top sides, with all of Inter Milan, Chelsea, Manchester United, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona and more having expressed an interest in his services. Camp Nou bound? However, it is the latter of these sides who have been by far the most-persistently touted as a future destina...
Strange decision by the club: West Ham fans react as £65k-per-week star set for exit - originally posted on Sportslens.com West Ham defender Jose Fonte is reportedly heading for the exit as he is eyeing a move to the Chinese Super League within the next week. The Daily Record reports that Fonte has agreed to move to the Chinese Super League club Dalian Yifang. The 34-year-old vastly experienced defender will join on a £4.8 million deal (€5.5 million) and will sign a three-year contract for the newly promoted Dalian. Fonte, who reportedly earns £65k-per-week wages at West Ham, joined the Hammers in the January transfer window of 2017, and was signed by Slaven Bilic. He was heavily criticised by West Ham co-owner David Sullivan who blamed Bilic
Real Madrid want Mo Salah.The post Why the players on Real Madrid’s summer shortlist along with Mo Salah benefit Liverpool… appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
Johnny Wheeler was born in Crosby, Liverpool, in 1928 and would grow up to captain the Reds during the 1958-59 […]
Gabriel Jesus & English immigration Brazilian portal UOL Esporte have an update regarding Man City striker Gabriel Jesus. Jesus is still on the sidelines for the Sky Blues. He’s been out of action since the 0-0 draw at Crystal Palace in the Premier League. He suffered medial collateral damage in his knee against the Eagles. The Brazilian may still be a few weeks away from returning to first team action. But he’s on the right track as he’s now back in Man City training. But the South American has been left without his crew in Manchester. His brother and two friends have been denied entry into the country by UK immigration. 👀⚽️ A post shared by Gabriel Jesus (@dejesusoficial) on Feb 17, 2018 at 10:38am PST Overstaying their Manchester welcome
Furious Wolves fans react to their 2-2 draw against Norwich: 'Really disappointing' - originally posted on Sportslens.com Wolves were held to a 2-2 draw against Norwich City last night. The hosts went 2-0 up thanks to goals from Alfred N’Diaye and Jamal Lewis (own goal). However, the league leaders failed to hold on for the three points. Christoph Zimmermann got one back for Norwich in the first half and Nelson Oliveira scored from 35 yards during injury time. Wolves are now nine points ahead of second-placed Cardiff in the Championship. They are thirteen points ahead of Aston Villa. Meanwhile, key midfielder Ruben Neves picked up his 10th booking of the season last night and he will miss the next two games with a suspension. Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo revealed his disappoin...
It was reported at the end of last week that Liverpool have dropped interest in Roma keeper Alisson.The post What LFC target Alisson did in the Champions League last night is incredible… appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Gini Wijnaldum may be respected for their footballing skills, but what about their ability in the commentary […]