Arsenal have been moving steady in the UEFA Champions League played so far this term.

Sources at the Emirates say after the 3-1 loss to Bayern Munich in 2013, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger confined himself to a room for minutes to think or mourn. Bayern Munich were having a sensational moment in Europe, so it wasn’t a surprise that Arsenal were caught in-between but Wenger took it so much to heart as it represented another year of failure in Europe.


Chelsea veteran defender John Terry retired from international football in 2012, even before the last World Cup in Brazil, but new coach of the Three Lions Sam Allardyce has refused to rule out the player from a potential return to the team as preparations for the next World Cup in Russia are underway.

John Terry didn’t leave the English squad on a high note, particularly after his huge contributions to the national team after many years. The 35-year old player exited the English national team set-up in the midst of wild allegations that he racially abused Queens Park Rangers (QPR) player Anton Ferdinand in 2012.

Fabregas apologize to Liverpool player

Chelsea midfielder Cesc Fabregas has apologized to Ragnar Klavan after his hard challenge in a friendly game.

The Spanish midfielder was the culprit of a dangerous tackle in the match opposing Chelsea to Liverpool. Cesc Fabregas was sent off in the game. After the game, the midfielder went to the dressing room and apologized to the player for his behavior on the pitch.


The loss to Iceland in the Round of 16 at the Euro 2016 in France is the first ever defeat of the Three Lions to Iceland, according to history.

The draw which many thought was a lucky one, as England could have met a stronger team on paper, didn’t go exactly as planned as England crashed out of the tournament they were among the favourites to win.


A very talented eight-year-old midfielder from Downend, Callum Macey, has decided to go the path of Wayne Bridge, Luke Shaw, Adam Lallana and Theo Walcott by joining the Southampton FC Academy very early in his career.

It takes a long journey for about just any talented player to transition from playing in the park into becoming a professional footballer.


Paul Ince and Wayne Bridge are two legends among the England football community. So it came to a surprise for many fans when they found out that they were doing a promotion for #HEADSUP.

This is a brand new series for video promotion that’s being done by a poker site, a gambling site that’s self-acclaimed to the second largest poker site on the internet.

The news came as an announcement on December 9 of 2015 by #HEADSUP. This will be a brand new monthly magazine in digital form that’s going to be advertised by 888poker.

Vincent Kompany’s injury riddled season continues

This Premier League season is not a memorable one for Vincent Kompany as he is struggling just to stay fit.

The Belgium captain of Manchester City has made less than 15 league appearances for his club in this season and things have a turn for the worst after the 29 year old defender picked up a calf injury which will be keeping him out of the pitch for around 8 weeks.

Vincent Kompany had to be removed from the pitch during Manchester City’s Champions League match against Dynamo Kiev which saw the game resulting in a goal-less scoreboard. The Belgian defender was substituted as early as the 7th minute.

Wayne Bridge: ‘’Chelsea need leaders’’

Wayne Bridge is a retired footballer who spent his entire playing career performing in England who has managed to perform in some of the biggest clubs in the Premier League including: Chelsea and Manchester City.

Bridge spent 7 years of his playing career performing for Chelsea as he joined the Premier League club in 2003 and departed in 2009 in this period of time, Bridge managed to lift the Premier League title, the FA Cup and the Football League Cup.

One of his former clubs, Chelsea has undergone an extraordinary transformation as they were claimed as the champions of the Premier League during the previous season but are now struggling just to stay in the middle section of the top tier English League.

Wayne Bridge says that Jose Mourinho should be retained

Former Chelsea defender Wayne Bridge says that Jose Mourinho should be retained as the Chelsea manager at all costs. He feels that it is difficult to get a top manager like Mourinho.

The Portuguese has won numerous titles in his decade-long managerial career. However, many feel that this ideas have become stale in recent months. Chelsea have been flirting with relegation trouble, which not many would have expected given their status as the reigning league champions, throughout the season. Even though the club has voiced support to the manager a few weeks ago, results have not improved since then.