Posts Tagged ‘Sean Charles’
November 8, 2013 by Sean Charles
A quick glance at the Serie A table and you will see the revelation of the European season unfolding – something miraculous is happening in the Eternal city. A resurgent Roma under Rudi Garcia have exploded out of the traps, recording the greatest ever start in the Italian league, winning all ten of their opening games and conceding just one goal in the process, only on the eleventh time of asking was an opponent able to take points from them yet they still march on unbeaten as matchday 14 nears. So, after two seasons of failing to qualify for Europe, what has changed?
October 24, 2013 by Sean Charles
Hard men in football are often overlooked but every single great team has at least one of them. There are the kind of players whose presence alone breeds a fearlessness in their team-mates and strike fear and hesitance into the hearts of opposing players. Here we listed the hard men of the modern era (post-1974) from 11 to 1.
11) Bobo Balde
October 2, 2013 by Sean Charles
1) Arsenal’s double-header against Borussia Dortmund will define their season.
In the spell from the 22nd October to the 10th November, Arsenal will play all of the Borussia Dortmund (twice), Chelsea (home), Liverpool (home) and Manchester United (away). The first will be hosting Borussia Dortmund at the Emirates, a poor start in that match and the confidence that currently illuminates North London could very easily be turned into 20 long days of misery for the Gunners. This period will be crucial to both their domestic and continental hopes.
September 20, 2013 by Sean Charles
With this list I’ve tried to avoid the usual big names that typically appear in this type of article – the likes of Neymar, Draxler, Isco, Lamela, Koke, Marquinhos, Eriksen etc. Here is our rundown of the ten players to watch this season, aged 21 and under, from all over the world.
10) Alen Halilović – Dinamo Zagreb
August 17, 2013 by Sean Charles
Here is our list of the top ten summer signings for the coming Barclays Premier League season:
10) Gary Medel
Affectionately nicknamed the Pitbull from his time at Universidad Catolica, Medel will prove to be worth his weight in gold for Cardiff this season. A tenacious midfield battler who will aggressively protect the defence, he is equally at home at anywhere along the back-line if called upon. The example he sets on and off the pitch will be crucial for Cardiff City’s fight to survive their debut season in the Premier League.
Category Premier League, Transfer Special | Tags: Altidore, Bony, Capoue, Cardiff, chelsea, Jesus Navas, Jovetic, manchester city, Medel, Paulinho, Schurlle, Sean Charles, Soldado, Southampton, sunderland, Swansea, tottenham, Wanyama
August 9, 2013 by Sean Charles
The 2013/14 Bundesliga season kicks off this weekend. Ever since the all German final of last season’s Champions League, the standing of the Bundesliga has considerably risen in the eyes of many neutral supporters and this season is set to be as tasty as it has ever been.
Race For The Title