Manchester United face a battle in the Premier League, with their bid to beat their rivals to fourth position and secure Champions League football, they have been encouraged by former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson to focus on the Europa League. Winning the Europa League is a priority for Manchester United should they achieve this, it will automatically enter them into next seasons Champions League draw, as well as get the club back to its former glory by competing against Europe’s finest teams.
Another disappointing defeat on the weekend for Arsène Wenger, as he watched his team fall to West Brom on Saturday afternoon, leaving the Gunners in 6th place in the league and six points adrift from their nearest rivals in 4th position. There was a mixed reception at The Hawthorns, with the tension and pressure growing on Wenger, Arsenal have dug themselves a really deep hole after falling to another defeat. Following the game there were bemoans for the supporters, who have been calling for their manager to clarify his future for weeks, as well as extravagant protests before and after the game. Wenger has yet to speak out against the protests against the club and himself. However he did put out the following statement,”I have made my decision and I will announce it soon.” What did he mean by this and is this the end?
Manchester United booked thier place in the last eight of the Europa League with victory over FC Rostov on Thursday evening at Old Trafford. Celerbrations were halted when United’s injury list increased, as Paul Pogba and Daley Blind were taken off in the early part of the second half, adding to Jose Mourinho’s injury woes.
Rumours have intensified over Arsene Wenger’s immediate future at the club following a run of bad results and pressure from the fans. With the protests and the banners ever slightly increasing, Is this the end of Wenger’s fairytale?
After another disappointing night for Arsene Wender as they crashed out of the Champions League, losing 10-2 on aggregate to Bayern Munich, with fans protesting before the game against the Arsenal manager. Is his time finally up?
After sacking their manager Claudio Ranieri last week, Leicester finally got their first win of the season, with a win over Liverpool on Monday night. The football world was outraged when the news broke that Ranieri had been sacked after a poor run of results. The “God Father” as he was nicknamed, went from hero to zero, in the space of 10 months after pulling off one of the biggest upsets by winning the Premier League in 2016. Were Leicester right to sack him? Continue reading “Justified or not? Managerless Leicester win against sorry Liverpool”