Liverpool has been one of the best teams in Europe this season. They have been performing on weekly basis, right from the beginning of the season, although, they are second on the EPL table, but they are probably one of the most free scoring sides in the EPL.
Being a legend in one club takes a lot of effort, but having that status in two clubs is extraordinary, and some footballers were able to do so. A player can excel in two different clubs but may not be adored by the two clubs, an example is Figo for Real Madrid and Barcelona, but these players are legends and ambassadors of two different clubs.
African players have littered themselves around Europe sharing their bright and colourful style, with some even becoming indispensable at their clubs as in the case of Mo Salah and Sadio Mane. However, there are still some clubs especially in the Premier League, who do not have any player that represents an African country in their ranks.
1. James Rodriguez James Rodriguez left Porto to join Monaco in 2013 after spending 3 years at the club. The Colombian midfielder later became one of the best midfielders in Europe after leaving Porto in 2013. He joined Real Madrid from Monaco after his astonishing performance at the FIFA 2014 World Cup.
The top 5 football league in Europe are the English premier league, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga and the Portuguese league according to the new league ranking. The Video Assistant Referee have been generally criticised in all the top leagues for his consistent wrong decisions.
Footballers play more games for their clubs but the few games they play for their countries are honorable. National team coaches use club football to judge the form of footballers who are invited to the national team. New players receive invitations to the national team regularly and two Nigerian players deserve a call-up to the Super Eagles for the first time team based on their current performances for their clubs.
Almost all professional footballers want to play in Europe because of the exposure and value of football on the continent, when they eventually get there, another thing they desire is to win trophies. One Nigerian footballer who left a Lagos-based academy recently just won his first professional trophy in Europe.
Manchester United, which is popularly known as the Red Devils, are one of the biggest clubs in Europe. The Red Devils are keen on strengthening their squad more despite acquiring the services of some of the big and talented players in Europe. In a move to strengthen their squad more, the Premier League club has long been linked with a move for Borussia Dortmund forward Erling Haaland.
The 2021/22 season is in progress and many players are already beginning to show a glimpse of what they are capable of doing. Across the various countries in Europe and the world at large, we are going to see the best five (5) strikers according to their current form.
In the last decade according to football statistics France remain one of Europe’s best producers of footballing youngsters who later move to bigger leagues in Europe. Football academy has over the year been the gateway to high level football in helping passionate youngsters realizes their dream in becoming professional.
Nigeria has over 50 footballers playing abroad. Some of them are playing in the English Premier League, La Liga, Seria A, French Ligue 1, Bundesliga, and so on. This is the top 6 Nigerian best player in Europe at the moment. Victor Osihmen
Super Eagles players are currently in great form in Europe and some are constantly banging in goals week in week out and that has now become a great news for Nigeria ahead of the African Cup of Nations in Cameron come January 2022. Though the team will face a tough test against inform winger, Mohammed Salah on January 11th when the team face Egypt in their opener, the team can also boast of big names that can pose a threat to the Pharaoh’s of Egypt.
"Welcome to a super Sunday, it is Manchester United hosting Liverpool in the biggest match in Europe". That was one of the opening lines a commentator used in kicking off commentary in Sunday's match between Manchester United and Liverpool. A match that failed to produce the usual exciting and tensed atmosphere.
Popular Russian politician and businessman Roman Abramovich were born on the 24th of October 1966. He is one of the richest club owners in the world. According to Forbes's richest person in the world 2020 list, he is the 113th richest person in the world. Abramovich's net worth is approximately $14.5 billion in 2020.
It is no surprise that some Nigerian Football players are doing well at the moment, with many on the radar of Europe heavyweights football clubs. In the premier League, the likes of Kelechi Iheanacho and Alex Iwobi are doing well in this early season with their respective clubs, while Ndidi Wilfred and Frank Onyeka have been solid rock in the midfield for Leicester City and Brentford.
Africa as a continent in the world is blessed with several talents in all walks of life as it was the same in the world of football which has been graced by many iconic figures like Didier Drogba, Samuel Eto'o, Michael Essien, Kanu Nwakwo, Jay Jay Okocha, Emmanuel Adebayor among others.
Royalty over the years has been defined in many ways. While Japanese royalty believes they are descendants of a heavenly Deity, there are some royalties in different parts of the world that believe that they are descendants of a particular community of ancient leaders who were blessed with magical powers.
The Matchday 9 games saw multiple goals across Europe's top 5 leagues. Europe's top 5 Leagues include English Premier League, Spanish La Liga, Italian Serie A, German Bundesliga, and French Ligue 1. Four players scored hattricks in their club's fixtures this weekend.
Super stars always love big moves to big clubs in Europe. It is always assumed that every big player who move to a big club will perform even much better. Over the years, great players have complained so much about how unhappy they are in a big club and this have affected their football careers and performance too.
After several successful and trophy-filled years on the Real Madrid coaches' bench, Zinedine Zidanes's tenure at the club did not end as he had hoped. The Frenchman has been out of the game for five months and is attracting the interest of several major clubs across Europe.