Manchester City's quadruple dream may be over but now their focus is on ensuring the season's first piece of silverware will be theirs again when they take on one of their supposed 'big six' rivals,
My overwhelming feeling this morning is relief that the money-driven owners of our so-called ‘big six’ football clubs have seen sense and the nonsensical European Super League is over. If they didn’t already know it,
Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta says his team must step up to the plate when they face Slavia Prague in their Europa League quarter-final second leg (Slavia Prague 4/1, Draw 11/4, Arsenal 3/4 - match odds).
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not expecting an easy ride when his side take on Granada in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final tie at Old Trafford on Thursday (Match Result
Whisper it, but this could be City’s time to do what United have achieved just the three times! I hate to admit it of course but the Blues are in a great position to make
Tottenham Hotspur's hopes of finishing in the Premier League top four were dealt a huge blow after a 3-1 defeat at home to Manchester United on Sunday. Spurs went into the game six points adrift