MANCHESTER, England — British Prime Minister Theresa May will announce a plan for new government-built homes as she tries to restore momentum to her divided administration. May’s Conservative Party is in a sour mood after a June election saw it reduced to a minority government. The poor result left a weakened May struggling to unite…
LONDON — Liverpool went from dishing out a humiliation to being on the receiving end of one. A 5-0 loss at Manchester City on Saturday handed Juergen Klopp his biggest loss in two years managing Liverpool. And it quickly punctured the optimism gathering around Liverpool following a 4-0 victory over Arsenal before the international break.…
The Premier League’s transfer window slams shut on August 31st, and with a number of big clubs needing to make some moves, it’s shaping up to be one of the busiest finales in recent history. So, without further adieu, here’s a quick run-through about some of the key deals still on the table. Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain,…
England winger won’t be sent to Arsenal in a player plus cash deal for Alexis Sanchez.
This is the 2nd article looking into the impact that Welsh players/coaches have had on the two Manchester clubs. Neil Jones will now look at the blue half of the city, Manchester City, before going on to share a combined Manchester Welsh XI at the end. The club was founded in 1880 and were known […]
This article, of which there will be two, will look at the impact Welsh players and coach have had with the two Manchester clubs, City and United. These clubs have a rich history and players from the principality have had a part to play in creating this history and achieved great success. In the second […]
Premier League, Old Trafford – Manchester United 2 (Rashford 70, Fellaini 82) Leicester City 0
Mike Dean is recognised as a top referee. He is awarded many of the pivotal games in the Premier League. What is less well known is which team he actually supports. Well, all can now be revealed because, on the evidence of the game at The Vitality stadium, he is a Bournemouth fan. […]
Wayne Rooney had been the fundamental block for Manchester United down the years, wherein the players came in and gone but he remained for as long as he felt the team needed him. There was a time when Wayne Rooney spearheaded the United attack back when he was signed in August 2004 summer transfer window […]
Sterling was the game’s hero, and then he was kicked off the field.