Wednesday, 27 January 2010

Three Classic Goals



Robin Van Persie... Greatest Premiership Goal Ever?

January Transfer Window So Far

Let’s look at who’s moved so far:

Patrick Vieira to Manchester City, 6 Month Contract with the option to 1 more year.

Sol Campbell to Arsenal, 6 Month contract

Landon Donovan and Phillipe Senderos to Everton, Loans untill the end of the season

Amr Zaki to Hull, Loan untill the end of the season

Chris Smalling to Manchester United, joining in the summer

No major signings so far, just loans. 5 more days to go, so look out for these possible movers:

- Eider Gudjohnsen
- Kenwyne Jones
- Robinho
- Klass-Jan Huntelaar

Goal's of the Month: January?

Goals of the month? Check them out and let me know, if you agree...

Marc-Antoine Fortune against St Johnstone

Cristiano Ronaldo against Mallorca

Saturday, 23 January 2010

The Milan Derby

In form Ronaldinho takes on star striker Diego Milito in Sunday Nights (24/01/2010) Milan Derby, and all football fans with FreeView can watch it FREE. Its a top of the table clash with AC sitting in second place, just 6 points behind Inter, with a game in hand.

ESPN is free all weekend on FreeView... So please take advantage and watch the Milan derby tomorrow night, Kick Off 7:45 GMT

Who will come out winners?

Sunday, 17 January 2010

The Return of a Legend

AC Milan beat Siena 4-0 in on of this Weekend's Seria A matches. Some may have just assumed that Milan would stroll to victory (which they did, as the scoreline suggest's) but the main story to come from this game, apart from another spectacular Marco Borriello volley, is the sensational performance of the former FC Barcelona and Brazil star Ronaldinho.

Enough talking; watch the highlights here or below.

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

50 Biggest Prospects in World Football

23. Guillaume Hoarau (Paris Saint-Germain)

A year ago the Times Online, compiled a list of the 50 biggest prospects in World Football. Check it out, you'll see some familiar names as well as some exciting players you might not have heard of.

Check out the number one prosect, Hernanes, he wears the number 15 and plays in Brazil. Click to watch or click on video to see it in HD, (apologies for the dodgy music)

Monday, 11 January 2010

January - Who Should Liverpool Buy?

Next up, we will look at one of the favourites for this season's Europa League, and the team now battling to reach the fourth Champions League spot. Last years Premiership runners up, have had a relatively poor season in comparison to last year, will need to get off to a good start in 2010 to salvage there season.

Let's look at their best 11:

Johnson Carragher Agger Insua

Mascherano Aquilani

Kuyt Gerrard Benayoun


Liverpool have probably the best goalkeeper in the Premiership so no need for improvement there.

In Defence, Martin Skrtel has taken 1 step forward and 2 steps back since his world class performances last season, while Jamie Carragher seems to be either out of form or no longer able to cut it in the big matches anymore, with Daniel Agger looking shakey, but being Liverpools best defender this season. So a smart buy would be to buy a centre back, but the real question is; are there funds available? For me Liverpool can improve in all area's of the defence, as Insua is a good young talent, and the injury prone Aurelio isn't the best left back in the world, a player like Aston Villa's Stephen Warnock, Chivu from Inter Milan or Maynor Figueroa from Wigan would offer a more solid option and an assured purchase. At right back Vice Captain, Jamie Carragher cannot "fill in" whenever Glen Johnson gets injured, so despite Liverpool owning one of the top three right backs in the Premeirship, he currently injured having sustained a knee injury that will keep him out untill March. Therefore the only real cover Liverpool have is the inexperienced youngster Stephen Darby, who will probably have to show his worth in the next month, unless a Benitez can bring in a player on loan, with Manchester City's Nedum Onuoha the latest to be linked.

In midfield, Liverpool have plenty of options; Lucas, Mascherano and Aquilani all need to earn there money, step up their performances, and add competition and dominance to that midfield area. This would allow for Captain Steven Gerrard the freedom he requires in order to showcase his brilliance from last season. Plus Aquilani NEEDS a run in the team, it's pathetic the way Benitez is trying to ease him into the Premiership, when youth players such as Jay Spearing have had more playing time this campaign. Should Benitez manage to sign Van Der Vaart on loan from Real Madrid than he would no doubt improve an quality to the middle of the park. Finally since Liverpool are in the market for loans, the immenent arrival of Maxi Rodriguez is a smart move, either on a 6 month loan deal or £1.8million signing, would be slot it on the right and allow Dirk Kuyt to be used as a striker if needed.

Up front Liverpool have one of the deadliest forwards in Europe in Fernando Torres, and for me one of the best young strikers in the Premiership, the highly underrated and just as promising David N'gog. The addition of ex Man Utd legend Ruud Van Nistlerooy would no doubt add quality and would be a perfect addition.

Budget: Unknown. It seems with the signing of Sotirios Kyrgiakos, shows that all the money from Xabi Alonso went to Alberto Aquilani.

In: Ryan Shawcross, Manuel Figuaroa, Stephan Warnock, Maxi Rodriguez, Centre back, Rafael Van Der Vaart (loan), Ruud Van Nistlerooy (loan)

Out: Voronin to Dinamo Moscow (£1.8million), Babel to either Birmingham or Ajax, Lucas
Who do you think Liverpool should buy?? Comment below

Sunday, 10 January 2010

7 Goal Thriller in Italy

Excellent match between Siena and Inter Milan. Massimo Maccarone Brilliant, but Sneijder World Class....

Friday, 1 January 2010

January - Who Should Chelsea Buy?

Okay with the January transfer window opening tomorrow, here are the 1st of my specials on who your club should buy. If there are teams you would like a feature on, jus comment below the post. Since this has been one of the most exciting premier league title races in the last few years, we are going to start with the top 3 teams in the league as things stands. Lets look at league leaders Chelsea.
Let's look at their best 11:
Ivanovic Alex Terry A.Cole
Lampard Ballack
Anelka Drogba

At the back, Ivanovic and Carvalho have been consistantly been linked with a move to Real Madrid, as a replacement for the injured Pepe. Most recently Ivanovic stated that playing for Real Madrid is "every players dream" and with the sudden delay in contract talks, don't rule out a move. Carvalho was linked with former boss Jose Mourinho and his Inter side. Again this seems a possibilty with Alex playing than Carvalho recently. However I don't think Chelsea will allow two defenders to leave in January, unless they have a replacement 100% confirmed, i.e. Phillip Mexes from Roma. Next; Chelsea will lose key players to the African Cup of Nations, with Obi Mikel and Essien leaving a hole in the midfield with the only player avaible to fill the gap being juliano belletti. Now this is not a good enough option if Chelsea want to continue their charge towards the title. Therefore their have been links to AS Monaco midfielder Jerko Leko or even Bayern Munich star Franck Ribery. Also upfront Chelsea will lose Kalou and star player Didier Drogba to ACN, Ancelotti has expressed his desire to use Anelka and Sturridge as the strike force, however they are still short of options up front, with Blackburn extending Franco Di Santo's loan deal.
Budget: £70million
In: Akinfeev, Luis Suarez, Sergio Aguero, Franck Ribery, Jerko Leko, Phillip Mexes all linked

Out: Carvalho, Deco (both inter), Ivanovic (Real Madrid)

Who do you think Chelsea should buy? Leave your comment below