Falcao, Welbeck, Negredo...Names of Transfer Deadline Day the good deals and the bad is a post from: Just Football
Ajam-packed transfer deadline day started with the improbable news that Manchester United were on track to sign Radamel Falcao on loan, and the Colombian's switch to Old Trafford continued to dominate headlines for much of the day.
Transfer Deadline Day: Radamel Falcao joins Manchester United on loan is a post from: Just Football
In what will undoubtedly go down as the biggest deal of transfer deadline day, Manchester United have completed the signing of striker Radamel Falcao on a season-long loan deal from Ligue 1′s AS Monaco.
Spurs 0-3 Liverpool Game in 10 Tweets is a post from: Just Football
This game was billed as an early gage of the credentials of both sides after summers of transition, but in the end there was only one winner. Liverpool eased past Tottenham Hotspur 3-0 at White Hart Lane, thanks to goals from Raheem Sterling, Steven Gerrard and a first goal in Liverpool red for £12million summer signing Alberto Moreno.
Look Arsenal fans, before you start slating me for being anti-Wilshere, I am actually one of the writers on here that have been supportive of the young midfielder over the last year. And I have been really pleased to see the real Jack Wilshere start to appear on the pitch again recently. I still think [.
Why Jack Colback's call up isn't so surprising - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Roy Hodgson named his first England squad since the World Cup, including four uncapped players: Calum Chambers, Danny Rose, Fabian Delph and Jack Colback. When I first saw the squad, the biggest surprise to me was the inclusion of Newcastle's Colback.
Chelsea legend quits international football - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
England star midfielder Frank Lampard has confirmed his retirement from international football on Tuesday.
The 36-year-old was a part of Roy Hodgson's squad for the 2014 FIFA World Cup, where the English side led by Liverpool star Steven Gerrard were knocked out of the group stages of the summer tournament in Brazil.
Everton 2-2 Arsenal Game in 10 Tweets is a post from: Just Football
by Sarah McLean
Arsenal left it late to claw back a point from Saturday's Premier League clash against Everton in a 2-2 draw at Goodison Park. A 90th minute equaliser from Olivier Giroud was the defining moment of an improved second half performance, adding to Aaron Ramsey's goal which came with seven minutes remaining
Everton had taken the lead early in the first half when Mesut Ozil was caught napping by defender Seamus Coleman who nodded into the roof of the net after finding himself completely unmarked.
POLL: Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Man City or United Who do you think will win the Premier League 2014/15? is a post from: Just Football
You've seen all the teams once, now it's time to have your say. After an interesting, if perhaps predictable, opening day (besides Manchester United, bless 'em) which of the top teams have impressed you most and who do you think will win the Premier League?
Sigurðsson, Fbregas, Cabella: Names of the Premier League, week 1 is a post from: Just Football
The Premier League has returned and with it so has theNames of thePremier League- a weekly column where we offer you the best performers of the first week.
Gylfi Sigurðsson, Swansea City
Returning to the Welsh side after a two-year stint with Tottenham, Sigurðsson celebrated his homecoming in a grand fashion – spoiling the much-anticipated debut of Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal.
Generation Next: Harry Kane Spurs' young English striker with curiously little hype is a post from: Just Football
Generation Nextis a feature onJust Footballkeeping tabs on the best up-and-coming young players in the world. After breaking into the Spurs first-team last season, we assess Harry Kane's chances of becoming a household name over the coming year.
If you were to consider the history of your club in the post-World War II years until the end of last season, which league would your favorite team be placed in? If you're a supporter of Manchester United, Everton or Arsenal, for example, the answer is easy — the Premier League. But for supporters of other teams, the answers may surprise you.
Swansea City 2-1 Manchester United Game in Ten Tweets is a post from: Just Football
After a long, torturous month of pretending to care about preseason football, the Premier League is back. And in a big way. Spoiling the debut of Manchester United's new manager Louis van Gaal, Swansea City won 2-1 – handing United their first home opener loss since 1972.
3 to See: CSKA, Seattle and King Louis's Manchester United is a post from: Just Football
The Premier League has returned and so hasThree to See– the preview column by Just Football looking at the most intriguing fixtures. This week, the pick of the Premier League, a big clash in the MLS and one of the biggest derbies in Russian football:
Manchester United vs Swansea City (Premier League)
Saturday 16th August – Kickoff 12:45 BST, BT Sport 1
As ever the return of the Premier League is hugely anticipated, the weeks of waiting and preparation are over, this is it.
Arsenal 2014/15: Can the Gunners cash in on their newfound optimism and be champions? is a post from: Just Football
MajorHonours: 13 League Titles, 11 FA Cups, 2 League Cups
Big season for: Jack Wilshere. With the Arsenal midfield becoming more and more crowded with each passing transfer window, Wilshere needs to assert his place on the squad with a strong performance this year.
Five reasons why Arsenal could win Premier League title this Season - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
I have never really been able to take a man of fifty two that still wears an earring seriously, but Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas' recent prediction that Arsenal will win the title this season is certainly not one that should be sniffed at.
After a somewhat disappointing domestic campaign last term, one which can only be described as ‘typical Arsenal', Arsene Wenger has been hard at work preparing for August and the start of the new Premier League season as the gunners go in search of lifting the trophy they last captured in 2004.
Arsene will be desperate to win English football's biggest prize – well, he and the 100 million fans across the globe- and the Frenchman has been busy over the summer; not only has he been on the beach in Rio as part of a French TV's World Cup coverage, but he's kept his eyes closely on the tournament, bringing in the likes of Chile's star man Alexis Sanchez, compatriot Mathieu Debuchy, David Ospina and English prospect Calum Chambers.
It is deadline day, so I am swimming in phone calls, text, emails, telegrams and smoke signals. You can also follow my day here, but let me go ahead and catch you up what I can confirm so far: At least two clubs have seen offers for Geoff Cameron rejected by Stoke, one of those being from Sunderland.
I have a morsel of a possible goodie for you. Not sure where this murmur originated, but I can confirm that sudden Ameri-philes FC Utrecht have made contact over apparent Stoke City outcast Brek Shea. Do not get ahead of the game, though, because I cannot yet say which type of transfer these discussions cover, nor am I sure how hot the flirtation is.
Frank Lampard has announced that he is to retire from International Football with England this afternoon and ends an International career that I personally believe has been underrated and unappreciated.
Lamps finishes his England career having made 106 appearances, scoring 29 goals for his country with his last appearance being in last summers World Cup in Brazil against Costa Rica as he captained the side.
By 'eck, the "Golden Generation™" are dropping like flies. First Steven Gerrard throws in the towel and now Frank Lampard goes and announces that he's retiring from international football with immediate effect at the grand old age of 36.
Remember, that Golden™ midfield pairing that famously couldn't operate on the same pitch as each other?
Lemme tell ya, this was a very curious situation all the way around. I may get into that later, and the same goes for the curiosity that is the actual structure of this transfer. For now, though, the stage goes to DeAndre Yedlin, who is now scheduled to become a Spurs player next summer. video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player- Greg Seltzer