Check out Wilfried Bony’s Skill against Vlad Chiriche, Ronaldinho-esque! Imagine the abuse he would have got if it was a Sunday football match!
This time last year fans of the Premier League looked forward to a season which promised a two or maybe three horse race, at best, for the league title. As the season wore on it became clear in live football commentary that, in actual fact, Manchester United were the only club able to deliver the
Raheem Sterling has spoken positively about Liverpool’s chances of finishing in the top four next season and has also said he wants to force his way into the England team. The 18-year-old had a mixed first campaign at Anfield of course. He started very well, but was arguably played too much in a short space
Having worked under two of the great managers in the Premier League, Robin van Persie is looking forward to joining up with a rising star of the game in David Moyes at Manchester United. The Dutch international has enjoyed spells under Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson, who brought the striker to Old Trafford from
Wigan Athletic boss Roberto Martinez has insisted that his side are still in with a fighting chance of maintaining their Premier League status despite their damaging 3-2 defeat at home to Swansea City on Tuesday night. Having twice taken the lead Wigan were pegged back by Angel Rangel, then Itay Shechter, before Dwight Tiendalli grabbed
Manchester United won their 20th league title on Monday evening as a comfortable 3-0 victory over Aston Villa gave them an unassailable lead in the Premier League with four games to spare. Yet it wasn’t really Monday’s game that won United the title – they’d already claimed it in the eyes of fans betting Premier
Wigan boss Roberto Martinez insists his side’s main priority is to stay in the Premier League this season, despite them making it through the FA Cup final on Saturday. Goals from Shaun Maloney and Callum McManaman were enough for the Latics at Wembley, as they cruised past Championship side Millwall 2-0 to book their return
Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has admitted he is delighted with how the team have turned their season around in his absence, but admits he has bigger ambitions for the future. The England international returned against Norwich at the weekend after six weeks out through injury and during this time, the Gunners have climbed into 3rd