Manchester City 1-1 Chelsea Game in 10 Tweets is a post from: Just Football
For a spell over the summer there was the very real sense that the Premier League was set for a title race that could contain as many as five genuine participants. However, the early weeks of the season have seen Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester United all display some obvious, and occasionally hilarious, inadequacies, and by the time Manchester City and Chelsea lined-up at the Etihad the match already seemed to be a face-off between the only two sides capable of winning the league.
Last weekend was a surreal one for me. I spent most of the afternoon in York, as well as the morning in Edinburgh and the evening in Manchester. It was surreal because I was there on a Premier League Saturday, but there was little to no evidence of anything Premier League-related going on in the country that is the home to the world's most popular sports league (and the birthplace of the game).
WIN! Pick your #The10Series Class of 2014/15 most exciting young players, win a pair of Warrior Superheats is a post from: Just Football
To celebrate the release of our annual list of #The10Series best youngsters in six of Europe's major leagues we've teamed up with Warrior Sports to offer you the chance to win a pair of the new Warrior Superheat Black and Reds.
3 to see: De Klassieker, Fla-Flu and a Premier League title duel is a post from: Just Football
It's another helter skelter ride of vicious derbies and early title clashes in this week's edition of Just Football'sThree to See column. The Premier League is set for another heavyweight battle, while Brazil and the Netherlands are gearing up for the renewal of hostilities in two of their biggest derbies.
Generation Next: Luke Garbutt, from controversy at Leeds to first team at Everton? is a post from: Just Football
Generation Nextis a feature onJust Footballkeeping tabs on the best up-and-coming young players in the world. As Everton get ready to kick off their first Europa League campaign in five years, we take a look at Luke Garbutt, the youngster hoping to break into the team.
Wayne Rooney's Top 10 Manchester United moments - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Rumours were already making the rounds that Everton had within their ranks a supremely talented 16-year-old kid who would become the next-big-thing in England. Little did we knew about his incredible talent until that moment.
The 10 Series 2014/15: Keeping tabs on the best young players in Europe, Week 1: Kovacic cruises, Kane calamity is a post from: Just Football
The 10 Series on Just Football aims to give the inside track on the 60 best young players in Europe, with stars of the future from England, Spain, France, Germany, Italy and the Netherlands picked out.
When Gabriel Agbonlahor first stepped on the grass of Goodison Park at the age of 19 for his Aston Villa debut against Everton great things were expected from the Birmingham-born striker. His lightning pace and direct runs coupled with his physique and agility made him a nightmare for opposition defences.
After struggling at Manchester United, Shinji Kagawa returns to the Bundesliga with a point to prove is a post from: Just Football
by Jack Dowell
When young fledgelings fly the nest and leave the place they are most comfortable for life's next step it's easy to point the finger on their premature return, questioning their lack of moral fibre, ability or drive to succeed.
Confirmed Host Cities for Euro 2020 Wembley hosts Semi-Finals and Final - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
UEFA have today confirmed that England's national ground, Wembley Stadium will host the Euro 2020 semi-finals and final.
Michel Platini, the president of UEFA, confirmed that Wembley had been awarded the 'finals package' after the only rival bidder, the German FA, said they were more interested in hosting Euro 2024 solely.
Samuel L. Jackson attended the Arsenal v Man City tilt this past weekend, where the home teams media crew tried in vain to get the Liverpool supporter to pledge Gooner allegiance. Not gonna happen, bub. - Greg Seltzer
Wilshere, Blind, Hazard.... Names of the Premier League, week 4 is a post from: Just Football
Theinterminable international break has mercifully ended marking the return ofPremier League.And with it, so too, doesNames of thePremier League- a weekly column onJust Footballwhere we offer you the best performers of the week.
Arsenal 2-2 Manchester City – Game in 10 Tweets is a post from: Just Football
International breaks can often feel a bit torturous. Especially when they arrive just weeks into the season. But football's collective patience was rewarded on early Saturday afternoon in one of the more thrilling matches of the Premier League season to date.
3 to See: Arsenal v Man City, the Madrid derby and some Ecuadorian spice is a post from: Just Football
Domestic football returns with a bang this weekend with heavyweights clashing in the Premier League and La Ligagearing up for the Madrid derby. Elsewhere in our weekly Three to See column, we're recommending the pick of Ecuador's fixture list as Guayaquil's finest go head to head:
Arsenal v Manchester City (Premier League)
Saturday 13th September Kickoff 12:45 BST, BT Sport 1
People say, quite rightly, that it's impossible to win or loss the title race in the first few weeks of the season.
Everybody is talking about the new Arsenal signing Danny Welbeck, after the England international bagged a brace away to Switzerland in his first start since the transfer deadline day move from Man United to the Gunners. And while United fans and their former players are unhappy about letting the talented young forward go, most people [.
The Arsenal midfielder was used in an unusual role by the England manager Roy Hodgson this week, as the new Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck grabbed the headlines by scoring both goals against Switzerland to give the three lions an excellent away victory in their first Euro 2016 qualifying game. Wilshere was used at the base [.
Can Sterling & Co bring back the glory days for England? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The case of the English National Football Team over the last couple of decades has been a curious one. Every major tournament is preceded by a fantastic qualifying campaign, where everything comes together perfectly well.
The 10 Series Class of 2013 Review: How have our 10 Premier League best young players of 2013 performed since? is a post from: Just Football
The 10 Series is our annual special feature on Just Football scouting the best young talents in Europe. Before we release our list of Premier League best young players for 2014/15, how did The 10 Series Premier League Class of 2013 get on?
It turned out to be a good night for England and Roy Hodgson, and a great one for Danny Welbeck whose two goals ensured a 2-0 win over Switzerland in Basel. Beforehand it felt as if things were going to take their usual turn in the English press, with the knives out for the manager, but instead the new Arsenal boy made the difference.
Wake up, sleepyheads! Fresh Birmingham loan catch Brek Sheastarts on his debut, kickoff comes in about 35 minutes on beIN Sport. They are hosting a Leeds club that has been pretty bad away this season (eight goals conceded in three games), so this could be interesting. THE TEAM: Here's how #BCFC line-up 4-4-2 against @LUFC this afternoon.
Death of an unlikely love affair: How James Beattie charmed Accrington Stanley is a post from: Just Football
Accrington Stanley celebrated their second win of the League Two campaign last Saturday, but it couldn't have been more bittersweet, coming on the back of the shock departure of manager James Beattie on the Friday evening.
In what is likely to be England's most important game of the qualification process, Roy Hodgson's side overcame what has been a week of building pressure to take away a hugely important 2-0 victory over Switzerland in Basel as the Three Lions began life after their disastrous World Cup campaign in Brazil.
Switzerland vs England Highlights 2014 0-2 Welbeck Goals Video Euro 2016 Qualifying is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter
Switzerland vs England Highlights 2014 0-2 Welbeck Goals Video Euro 2016 Qualifying is a post from Soccer Blogger. Follow Soccer Blogger on Twitter Switzerland vs England 2014 (Schweizer Nati England VIDEO BELOW) Final score and result:- Switzerland vs England 0-2 (Welbeck*2) St.