Football is a team sport so winning individual awards is never enough. Success for footballers is usually measured based on how many trophies they have in their careers. Kenny Dalglish, Gerard Pique, Vitor Bais, Cristiano Ronaldo, and Xavi make up the top 10 most decorated footballers of all time.
Some time ago, there were rumours that Mauricio Pochettino was set to leave Tottenham and that he was linked with a return to Tottenham Hotspur, though currently that doesn't seem likely to happen. But in the space of a month, we have seen two managers return to their former clubs.
A common running question among fans of football is who are the EPL best coaches in history and here, we shall be having a rundown of some of the greatest managers to ever grace the English top-flight. The Premier League is widely regarded as the most entertaining league in the world and while this title might be debatable, it cannot be argued that the EPL is the most marketable and widely followed. The last 15 years has seen an influx of continental coaches in the Premier League but this has not always been
The coach who scored a hatrick after coming on and 7 others who sub in themselves in a football game
Substitution has become an integral part of football since they were first permitted in 1958 — there were other instance of substitution in football before 1958 but they were officially allowed in 1958. It all started with 1 allowed substitution before it increased to 2 in 1988. In 1995, substitution allowed were increased to 3 and it has been like that ever since, with some competition allowing for a fourth substitute in extra time. FIFA allowed the use of 5 substitute since April 2020 when the covid19 pandemic
Over the last year, we've seen a lot of managerial changes, and teams are finding it increasingly difficult to keep with a single manager for the long haul. Finding the perfect manager for any club is a difficult task. There are numerous issues, ranging from how different the incoming manager's and the club's ideas may be to the difficulty of ensuring that he and the board are on the same page.
Many footballers took their careers to the next level by becoming football coaches. Many of them did very well as coaches, they further became more productive and popular after becoming football coaches, they were also good footballers during their youth, some of them won several titles when they were still playing football. These footballers will always be remembered for their great achievements in the history of football. Here are the 10 footballers who became coaches and did very well: 1. Diego Simeone Simeone
Since the inaugural Premier League season in 1992/93, just seven teams have gone on to win the title. They are Manchester Utd, Blackburn, Arsenal, Chelsea, Manchester City, Leicester City and Liverpool. Several players have actually won the Premier League with multiple teams though. So who has won the Premier League with two different clubs? Top 11 playera who has won the Premier League with two different clubs: 11. Henning Berg (Blackburn & Manchester United) The first man to achieve the title with multiple
Football transfers always take place during transfer windows.Some players are transferred according to the expectations of fans while some transfers leave fans in shock.I am going to hint you on some shocking transfers that almost happened.10.Diego Maradona to Sheffield United: After Argentina won their first ever world cup in 1978, Sheffield United offered to buy Maradona for £200,000 but the board decided that it was too expensive and they bought Alejandro Sabella for £160,000.
The English Premier League, simply known as EPL, is one of the top European leagues in the world.Some people are of the opinion that it is actually the best league in the world.
These are ten football player who have won the highest number of Trophies in the history of football 10.Kenny Dalglish: 29 Known as Kenny King, who has won 29 trophies during his club football career with Celtic and Liverpool.
Hamburg SV HSV has won the German national championship six times, the DFB-Pokal three times and the League Cup twice.The team's most successful period was from the mid-1970s until the mid-1980s when, in addition to several domestic honours, they won the 1976–77 European Cup Winners' Cup and the 1982–83 European Cup.
Check them out... Roy Keane Former Manchester United star, Keane once verbally agreed to move to home of Blackburn but only to have a change of mind at the last minute. It was known that The player threw Kenny Dalglish, the then coach of Blackburn in to a fury when he changed his mind at the die minute in favour of Sir Alex of Manchester United. It was reported that when Dalglish phoned Ewood Park for Roy contract to be put into words, nobody was around as they have reportedly gone to the pub. The following
Defending English Premier league champions Liverpool, be struggling in the Premier League, but Liverpool legend Kenny Dalglish believes the Reds can win the UEFA Champions League this season.
The magic of getting a good deal on deadline day is incomparable, but when it goes the other way, you end up with a panic buy. Let's look at the worst panic buys in football. 1. Torres In January 2011,Chelsea made a move for then highly rated Fernando Torres. He was sensational at Anfield, scoring 81 goals and Chelsea splashed a then record of $80M. Chelsea expected goals in return, buckets of them, it took Torres 24 matches to get his first Chelsea goal, he was never the same, the one goal that he scored in
See Photos of Former Liverpool Legend Kenny Dalglish Before his Retirement Sir Kenneth Mathieson Dalglish is a Scottish former manager and footballer born on the 4th of March 1951.
As a rule, Many Soccer Fans Around the world judge the significance of a Soccer player by the Quantity of trophies the Soccer player has won during his vocation. But this probably will not be an accurate method of estimating the gauge of a Soccer player, the world we live in is profoundly dependent on figures. Accordingly, we can't disregard them. Below are the Rundown of Soccer Players With the Most Trophies 10. Kenny Dalglish with 29 trophies. Known as Kenny King, this forward piled on an amazing 29 trophies
The English Premier league which is often referred to as Premier league is an English football league which are usually contested by 20 English clubs with each team playing 38 games. The English Premier league was founded in February 1992 which means the league has already spent 28years in existence. Since the inception of the premier league 28years ago, only 7 clubs won the title. The 7 clubs are; Manchester United (13 times), Chelsea (5 times), Manchester City (4 times), Arsenal (3 times), Leicester City,
Liverpool FC have been successful over the past two seasons. First, they were European Champions and now they are English Champions. This level of success is remarkable considering the fact that the team endured a barren run over a long period of time. They missed out on the premier league title for almost three decades even though they had won it 18 times; a record as at that time. Many managers were hired and sacked including club legend, Kenny Dalglish. Rafael Benitez was sacked even though he won the champions
Accomplishing a feat that nobody else on the planet ever has can be a satisfying feeling and maybe breaking another's record is even more satisfying. In this article, we take a look at various records and statistics made during the past weekend of football action across Europe's top 5 leagues. 1. Most goals scored in a Premier League weekend. 39 goals were scored across eight games this weekend at an average of 4.9 per game; this is the highest goals per game rate on a Saturday + Sunday of Premier League football
1. Dani Alves Alves is a Brazil professional footballer who won 43 trophies of his career, He also captaining Brazil over the victory in peru In the Copa American Final. He is 36 years old of age and he is the most decorated player in the history of the game. 2. Ryan Giggs. Giggs is currently a welsh coach and he was a former player,He played this whole career for Manchester United,He is a left winger he started his career in Manchester City,but joined Manchester United in 1987,Ryan also has personal achievement