Hull City 1-2 Tottenham: Match Report - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
We've run away with it. The performance was nowhere near good enough, but we have clinched an important three points that shoots us into the top ten, and only 2 points off of 4th placed Manchester United. This is important, and will hopefully give us a big confidence boost.
How to watch every Premier League match this season - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Watch every live Premier League match on Sky Sports and BT Sport with Virgin Media's Big Kahuna bundle and with their new Sports Season Ticket you can get all the live football matches across Sky Sports 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 as well as BT Sport and ESPN.
Three Players Manchester United Must Sign After Marcos Rojo - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United have completed the signing of Argentinean defender Marcos Rojo from Sporting Lisbon in Portugal. The 24 year-old was a star in the recent World Cup in Brazil as his national side reached the finals.
5 Things We Learnt From Gameweek 1 - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The Premier League is well and truly back. In just three days, the best league in the world showed us what we were sorely missing for the last 3 months, even with the World Cup taking place. Controversies, red cards, missed penalties, stunning goals, the opening gameweek had it all.
Arsenal preview 2014-15: A new dawn or the same old Gunners? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
A new dawn awaits at North London as the azure skies over the Emirates is set to open up. After ending their trophy drought of over eight years by claiming the coveted FA Cup, Arsenal are perhaps set to for a significant Premier League title Challenge.
Chelsea Preview 2014-15: Action Begins for The Men In Blue - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The new season brings inflated hopes of success and silverware at Chelsea Football Club. After a trophyless yet memorable campaign last season which had so many plus-points for the Blues, Jose Mourinho's men will want to make sure that all that positivity is translated into some tangible form of success.
Pick six and win BIG! - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Right then. It's back.
After those initial couple of weeks of being glad to have your weekends free, getting no grief from the other half for spending a whole day traipsing around the country spending loads of cash watching your team (and after a frankly surprisingly brilliant World Cup helped pass a few weeks), we're all now made up to be getting our weekend footy back.
Could Luis Suarez's Liverpool disappointment drive him to Real Madrid? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
For many watching one of the iconic moments of the season will be Luis Suarez sobbing uncontrollably, with his shirt pulled over his head, being led from the pitch by Kolo Toure and Steve Gerrard at the end of Liverpool's traumatic 3-3 draw at Crystal Palace.
Will Cech injury mean an early Chelsea return for Courtois? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Standing at the opposite end of the pitch, Thibaut Courtois will probably not have had a particularly good view of the injury sustained by Chelsea's Peter Cech early in the Champions League semi-final at the Vicente Calderon stadium last night.
Five Observations from Chelsea's 3-0 victory over Stoke City - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Mourinho claimed Chelsea's title challenge was over following needless defeats at Aston Villa and Crystal Palace, but a performance of speed, purpose and quality reignited fading hopes as the Blues returned to the Premier League summit, crowned with goals from Mohamed Salah, Frank Lampard and a beauty from Willian.
Chelsea: Three dismissals won't derail title challenge - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Visiting Villa Park has never been one of Jose Mourinho's most productive activities, and on Saturday, the truth of that was illustrated once again.
Not only did the Birmingham club become only the third Premier League team to beat Mourinho's Chelsea more than once, the defeat also saw Keith Foy issue three red cards to the Blues, including one to the Chelsea manager himself.
Liverpool: Did Luis Suarez ever want to go to Arsenal? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Back in the summer, Arsenal were the subject of ridicule following the infamous Â£40m + Â£1 offer made for Liverpool's Luis Suarez. Arsenal were clearly under the impression that any bid exceeding the Â£40m mark would be enough to trigger a release clause in Suarez's contract, and set the transfer wheels in motion.
Admiring managers watch another Terry 'tour de force' performance! - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Under the guise of at least two â€“ if not three â€“ admiring managers, John terry turned in another performance of organisation, grit and determination last night against Galatasaray. He did of course err to allow the Turkish champions a second-half equaliser, but that to one side, he must have impressed each of those managers.
'Footbe': Statistical football betting made easy - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The world of footballing betting is wide and expansive; hard work for the seasoned pro, and a daunting abyss for beginners. Wouldn't it be great if all your football betting needs were catered for by one, all-encompassing app?
Manchester United's revenue up, but their league position is down. Which is more important to the Glaziers? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Manchester United have reported an increase in revenues of some 11.6% for the second quarter of the club's financial year. Despite United declaring that its income had been boosted by strong growth in commercial and broadcasting sales however, fans will not be too impressed by the data as the Reds remain in an unimpressive mid table position and in serious danger of missing out on Champions' League football for next season.
Is Moyes's tactical approach to blame for United's poor performances? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
As if the result against Fulham on Sunday wasn't galling enough for Manchester United supporters, hearing the opposition manager and a novice opponent voicing the same criticism that many of them have been hurling at manager David Moyes for most of the season, really is rubbing salt into very open wounds.
Arsenal vs Manchester United: was it just bad luck? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Arsenal dominating long periods of play and not ending up winning the match is nothing to be surprised about, it has happened far too often. It was no different at the Emirates against Manchester United.
EuroFantasyLeague.com Review: Building the Perfect Euro XI - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Fantasy Football is back for another season, and while the Premier League incarnations are sure to be, once more, hugely successful in drawing players in, there will be a growing number of fans who are tempted to broaden their horizons, and try a more expansive brand of the fantasy genre.
Real Madrid 2014/15 Mid-Season Review - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
After 20 matches in all competitions this season, this is a good time to evaluate Real Madrid's players' performances and the team as a whole. Included below are the ratings for each Real Madrid player with at least 5 matches (in all competitions) and some select statistics.
Manchester United player ratings vs Bayern Carrick poor, Welbeck determined - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Bayern Munich bore the look of a sleeping bear, waiting to be poked. They had been unusually flat but characteristically superior in possession, but after Evra's stunning effort, beating Manuel Neuer with a flying strike, Bayern immediately upgraded.
Revenge Accomplished Resilient Arsenal see off Liverpool in Style - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Yesterday's pulsating FA Cup tie between Arsenal and Liverpool saw the Gunners take revenge for their humiliating reverse at Anfield recently. Although the game was certainly not as one-sided as the previous encounter, Arsene Wenger will draw no little satisfaction from it.
After taking a beating at Real Madrid, what now for Atletico? - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The midweek Copa del Rey beating that Atletico Madrid suffered at the hands of their city rivals in the Bernabeu was probably the first real jolt that they have had in a season that sees them sitting three points clear at the top of La Liga, ahead of both Barcelona and Real Madrid.
Nitrogen Sports Review: Safe Betting With Bitcoin - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
When gambling online, one of the first and most important factors in choosing your preferred siteis the degree of anonymity involved. 'Do I have to input my address, my credit card details, my dog's name?
BetExpert: Betting With Guaranteed Results! - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Despite what it says on the tin, BetExpert.me in no way offers betting odds. Instead, this website offers customers the very top betting tips and predictions from onlytheexperts so as to help you makethe right bet, and considering the competitive, confusing and often hostile environment of sports betting, BetExpert.
Right said Fred! Brazil's striker fires at last - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The Brazilian striker with a name reminiscent of 1960's Britain finally got his World Cup campaign off and running last night when he netted his first goal of the tournament for the Selecao as the hosts defeated Cameroon 4-1 to top the group.
CSY SPORTS Review: World Cup 2014 News & Updates - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Millions of fans across the country bemoaned England's timid exit from the World Cup, with Luis Suarez's brace compounded by the humiliating wait for the Italy-Costa Rica game and the final deflation as the Central Americans surprised everyone with another win.
World Cup Betting Just Got Smarter! - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Tired of worrying over the amounts of money you've been frittering away recently betting on the World Cup? Like the look of all the free bet offers with bookmakers, but don't want to stick in your credit card details?
Ghana 1-2 USA: Sweet revenge for USA after South Africa knockout blow - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
USA exploded into this vengeance game, against the team that ended their 2010 World Cup journey, with the fifthfastest goal in World Cup history. Ghana piled on the pressure and even leveled itlate, but a buoyant USA side fought the good fight and drove their way back to victory.
Betstatz: Your Secret Weapon for World Cup Predictions - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
Its World Cup time again, and its set to be the most hotly fought tournament in living memory. So many strong, vibrant footballing nations have qualified for the finals in Brazil this summer, and withno clear favourite, those who may fancy a flutter could find themselves bogged down in a mire of uncertainty.
FreeBet.me.uk Smart World Cup betting - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
It's set to be a summer to remember, with the FIFA 2014 World Cup set to capture the imagination of the planet, and those partial to a flutter will be rubbing their hands in anticipation, eager to take advantage of some rather tempting free bets now doing the rounds the best of which you can now find at www.
Football Manager 2015 Review - originally posted on Soccerlens.com
The wait is almost over. Sports Interactive has crafted yet another great Football Manager experience for the football fans and passionate gamers all over the world; the game is due to release in four days time on various platforms.