Ugo Ehiogu has tragically died after suffering a heart attack at Tottenham Hotspurs training ground, where he was coaching the Spurs under 23 team.
Spurs officials confirmed the news in a statement on Friday morning. Read more
This time every year, Time Magazine releases its ”100 Most Influential People On Earth” right now list. One Irishman made the list, none other than the confident MMA superstar – Conor McGregor. The Dubliner joins the likes of Ed Sheeran, Donald Trump, The Pope in a diverse list.
The way the list is done, it categorizes influencers into the following five fields; Pioneers, Artists. Icons, Titans and Leaders. Read more
An overall pretty solid season for Brazilian superstar Neymar, the Barcelona forward showed an abysmal display when his team needed him most against Juventus in the Quarter Final of the champions league last night. Juventus were too good defensively, Messi and co just could not break them down. Read more
For years now, Arsenal fans have been calling for the removal of Arsene Wenger as the Arsenal manager. Wenger has helped Arsenal stamp their successful past as one of the biggest clubs in world football. It all seems like a lifetime ago, it’s been almost 14 years since Arsenal last won the premier league. Perhaps it’s getting to a point where Wenger is going to tarnish his legacy. Is Wenger holding Arsenal back? They have a world class stadium and they are one of the richest clubs in the world. Arsenal should be competing for the League and Champions League every year. Read more
For two consecutive games now, David De Gea has been benched for Manchester United. In his place, Romero, having pulled off two solid performances.
Perhaps its man-management. Romero wouldn’t feel too good if he only plays in one tournament. United have a large squad and has been pretty well rotated all season. That’s due to injuries as well, though. Romero has yet to put a foot wrong. Saying that, the guy ahead of him is one of the worlds greats. Read more
Manchester United star striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been charged with alleged violent conduct following Saturday’s match with Bournemouth, according to the Football Association.
Ibra got into it several times with Tyrone Mings, who was also charged. Ibra threw Mings to the ground, got his head stomped on by the defender and then elbowed him in the face in retaliation, with neither being ejected.
Both are facing three-match bans and have until Tuesday to reply to the charge.
The FA’s statement said that the normal punishment for Mings for these actions is “clearly insufficient,” meaning he could get a more severe suspension if convicted. Read more