Jurgen Klopp relishing Paris Saint-Germain challenge

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has described Paris Saint-Germain as one of the most exciting teams in the world and he is relishing the prospect of facing them in the Champions League this term. The Reds managed to reach all the way to the final of the competition last season but they have a tougher prospect this time around after being handed a tough group.

Speaking about Paris Saint-Germain, Klopp said: “PSG are one of the most exciting teams in the world and I think their target is to win the Champions League, so that will be two interesting matches. I am looking forward to watching PSG a bit more often, which is a very interesting project for sure over in France with Thomas Tuchel. Facing Neymar will be, for our Brazilian guys, like meeting a friend again and all that stuff. It’s a big challenge, but for all the others it is a big challenge to face us.”
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Franco di Santo on Schalke

Schalke 04 striker Franco Di Santo said that it would be a great achievement if the team qualifies for the Champions League. He said that the players have been working hard all season and that he hopes that they can qualify for the Champions League.

Franco Di Santo said that all the players have their objective set on qualifying for the Champions League and that they want to give their best in order to make it.
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Marcus Rashford Living The Dream Of Representing Manchester United

Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has dismissed reports linking him with a move away from Old Trafford. The Mirror recently claimed that the attacker had become disillusioned due to his reduced gametime, but Rashford has now cleared the air by saying that he is living the dream of representing his hometown club.


Speaking on the United Review, he said: “A lot of people have that dream, so you’re not only doing it for you; you’re doing it for a lot of people that you might not even know, but there are a lot of people who had the dream of playing for their local team when they were young. So I think you are playing not only for yourself and for the club, but for all the people that are living that dream through you.” Read Full Post…

Wolves Humble Southampton

Southampton who were last season’s runners-up in the Carabao Cup has once more been humbled again, this time by Wolverhampton Wanderers.

They had previously lost to Manchester United during the Wembley final held in February, in a game which ended 3-2. This time around, the game played in Southampton’s home saw the Wolves maul their hosts to bring the game to a 2-0 win at the close of the game. The 67th minute saw Danny Batth head in the corner kick played by Ivan Cavaleiro to give his team a 1-0 lead. The game continued until three minutes left on the clock when Donovan Wilson who came in as a substitute made it 2-0.
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Willian happy to stay put at Chelsea

Chelsea attacker Willian has dismissed speculation linking him with a potential move elsewhere during the January transfer window. The Brazil international has been regularly linked with a move to Manchester United since their failed approach for his services last summer.

Willian has been a regular off the substitutes’ bench in the Premier League, but he made most of his chance of Tuesday night as he contributed two assists and one goal in the 3-1 triumph over Huddersfield Town. Shortly after the game, the Brazilian was asked about his future beyond January, to which he replied: “I hope not! I’m happy here and the fans can be calm.
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Jupp Heynckes has selection dilemma at Hamburg

Jupp Heynckes doesn’t agree that he could have done without as many changes as he made for the recent league game away at Hamburg.

Five players who had featured in the previous European Cup match were left on the bench on the Hamburg trip and some new players were tried and while the result still turned out to be positive in the form of a 1-0 victory, it was not a dominating outing for Bayern by any stretch of imagination especially considering that the opposition had gone one man down in the first half itself.
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England reached 38 undefeated European Qualifiers with an injured squad

England secured their 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification on October 5 after overcoming Slovenia with a final scoreboard of 1-0 with the only goal of the entire match being scored by Harry Kane at the 94th minute.

This victory was particularly important for the England national football team not only because it allows the team of Gareth Southgate to actually qualify for the upcoming worldwide competition but also because it was the 38thsuccessive undefeated qualifying match in the FIFA World Cup and in the European Championship.

This consecutive streak of unbeaten qualifying matches of England dated way back during the 2010 FIFA World Cup when England defeated Belarus 3-0 and from there on out they have managed to not sustain any defeats in their upcoming qualifying matches for any FIFA World Cup or European Championship which extended to 38 games in their recent victory over Slovenia.

It’s a very impressive accomplishment for England and to make it even more impressive, Gareth Southgate has recently talked about the condition of his squad as the English manager said that many of his own players have been performing in qualifying matches without actually deserving on earning their place in the first team but due to the amount of injuries, Southgate has no other option but to put those performers who aren’t as deserving as others. Read Full Post…

Champions League or bust

Looking to have a flutter on the Champion’s League? We’ve got you covered with this handy infographic that lets you know all the odds going in. From Group A to Group H, we’ve got the chances of them winning as the bookies see it. Manchester United’s looking good with a solid chance, helped in no small part by the great performance of Romelu Lukaku, could he be in the running for top goal scorer? Read Full Post…