3 Football Blogs we're enjoying this week: Manchester City's Bitter, post-Soviet football & Scotland is a post from: Just Football
Continuing our football blogs we're enjoying this week feature it's time to bring you three more to tuck into. After last week's long-awaited revival of the series this week we bring you another three sites which we don't think you should miss.
Suarez shines, Calhanoglu strikes The 10 Series best young players in Europe 2014/15 wrap, week 6 is a post from: Just Football
The 10 Seriesis our annual feature onJust Footballin which we selected the 60 best young players in Europe to watchin six major European leagues, with stars of the future selected from England, Spain,France, Germany, Italyand the Netherlands.
3 To See: El Clasico, Manchester United v Chelsea and the derby of eternal enemies is a post from: Just Football
The biggest club fixture in the world will be given some extra bite this weekend by the most anticipated debut of the season, but it's far from the only grudge match taking place in Europe, with Greece's biggest derby also joining El Clasico on the agenda.
Ross Barkley back with a bang, Januzaj flops The 10 Series best young players in Europe 2014/15 wrap, week 5 is a post from: Just Football
The 10 Seriesis our annual feature on Just Football in which we selected the 60 best young players in Europe to watchin six major European leagues, with stars of the future selected from England, Spain,France, Germany, Italyand the Netherlands.
Manchester City 4 1 Tottenham Hotspur Game in 10 Tweets is a post from: Just Football
Still haunted by the memories of the 11 goals they shipped against Manchester City in the Premier League last season, there will have been a fair amount of trepidation in the Tottenham Hotspurcoach as it made it's way to the Etihad stadium.
It's every Englishman's dream to be the person who leads their country to World Cup success from the pitfalls of despair to the tears of joy and open-top bus parade around Central London. If you aren't one of the managers of the big boys this dream will also be an impossible reality. However for Mike Bassett, this becomes his reality.
Too much made of Sterling's 'tired' comments - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Raheem Sterling was left out of the England side that took on Estonia on Sunday evening in Tallinn, a game that ended 1-0 thanks to a Wayne Rooney free kick. Before the game, manager Roy Hodgson revealed that he had left out Sterling due to the youngster complaining of tiredness, allowing Adam Lallana to deputise.
The new Arsenal summer striker signing Danny Welbeck seems to have adapted pretty well to his new club, both with his performances and in the way he has settled in with the rest of his Arsenal team mates. It might well have helped the 23-year old that there were already a few familiar faces from [...
Roy Hodgson's comments prove Sterling needs a rest - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
England maintained their perfect record in the Euro 2016 qualifiers as the Three Lions edged past Estonia thanks to Wayne Roney's sublime free kick. However Roy Hodgson's comments on Raheem Sterling proved to be a dampener.
Much was made about Arsenal's Jack Wilshere being used as a defensive midfielder for England's two European Championship Qualifiers last week, but Arsene Wenger is adamant that Hodgson is definitely using him in the wrong position. "Jack has more experience and he mixed well his long balls and kept his individual capacity to make a [.
It is still impossible to say whether the new Arsenal and England international defender Calum Chambers is going to spend most of his playing career at right back or in the centre of defence, because the 19-year old has shown that he has the ability and the right attitude to both very well. It seemed [.
Turning up six hours before kick off is something usually reserved for club staff, tourists and middle aged mothers who ‘want a little extra time to get there, just in case'. Despite being none of the above, that is exactly what I did last Thursday, as I stepped off the underground to face Wembley at 2pm for the England against San Marino game.
This is the Sunderland line-up today. Jozy Altidore is on the bench. #SAFC: Mannone, Vergini, van Aanholt, O'Shea (c), Brown, Cattermole, Larsson, Rodwell, Buckley, Johnson, Fletcher. — Sunderland AFC (@SunderlandAFC) October 25, 2014 This was the Sunderland line-up last weekend... ya know... the one beat 8-0 by Southampton.