If football is above all a team sport, there are still many awards that highlight individual performance. the most prestigious of them remains the Golden ball or the Ballon d'Or Initially, this annual award created by the magazine France Football rewards only the best European player who plays in a European club, which explains the absence of big names in the list, in the first rank of which we should find Pelé (who received a ball of honor in 2014).
Football rivalries are about a lot more than just supporters fighting. On and off the field, we've seen managers and coaches from rival camps clash frequently. Successful managers typically have colossal egos, and when one successful manager is placed against another, fireworks are bound to erupt.
Football is fun when there is rivalry, both in teams, managers and fans, kindly check out these rival managers and tell me which one you loved their rivalry most 10.Alex Ferguson and Kevin Keegan Sir Alex Ferguson made a lot of rivalry in his managerial career and one of them was with Kegaan after their match between Manchester United and Newcastle United In 1995 -1996
In recent times the Ballon d’Or has taken on a central focus in the minds of players. Nowadays, it’s not uncommon to hear players having Ballon d’Or clauses inserted into their contracts, stating that if they win that bastion of individualism, they will be financially rewarded for doing so.
Since the start of the Premier League in 1992, not many clubs have been involved in as much transfer activities as Manchester City. While they are now rightly considered among England’s elite, over the past two decades there have been some outright failures to play for the club. In this article, let us have a look at some of the worst Manchester City signings ever. Here are the 12 worst Manchester City signings ever. 12. Laurent Charvet The French full-back joined City from Newcastle for £1m in 2000 when
The Premier League Manager of the Month is is presented to the Premier League manager adjudged the best each month of the season. Manchester United manager, Alex Ferguson has the most awards, with 27. The following is a summary of all the winners, in this order month/year, name of manager and nationality. August 1993 Alex Ferguson Scotland September 1993 Joe Kinnear Ireland October 1993 Mike Walker Wales November 1993 Kevin Keegan England December 1993 Trevor Francis England January 1994
Steven Gerrard accepted a particularly high-pressured position for his first as a manager when in 2018 he agreed terms with Rangers to succeed the sacked Pedro Caixinha on a permanent basis. Such is the regard with which he is rightly held at Liverpool, he had already been considered a potential successor to Jürgen Klopp, whenever the time comes for the German to leave Anfield. While it was under Gérard Houllier that Gerrard made his senior debut, in Rafa Benítez, Roy Hodgson, Kenny Dalglish and Brendan
The number seven is one of the most iconic Squad number in football, which is often reserved for the most skillful player in the team.The number 7 Jersey has also been worn by wingers and second strikers, it has been graced by some of the most famous central strikers to have played the game of Football.
The best football player in the world is recognized every year with the Ballon d'Or award, with a number of major players taking home the sport's most coveted individual rating since its inception in 1956. The Golden Ball was originally an award for European players only and is now available to any player in the world, but which country has produced the most individual winners? Here are five places to win more Golden Ball winners: England - 4 The first edition of the Golden Ball was won by Black Stanford, Sir
These are the names of clubs and name of footballers that have won the Balon D'or Award for their respective Clubs, Starting from the Club with the lowest award to the Club with the Highest Award of the Balon D'or 9. Marseille Wins: 1 Jean-Pierre Papin (France - 1991) 9. Liverpool Wins: 1 Michael Owen (England - 2001 9. Ferencvaros Wins: 1 Florian Albert (Hungary - 1967) 9. Dynamo Moscow Wins: 1 Lev Yashin (Soviet Union - 1963) 9. Dukla Prague Wins: 1 Josef Masopust (Czech Republic - 1962) 9. Borussia Mönc
There are a lot of Number that players wear, but some number are not just ordinary number, they are extraordinary. Numbers such as 7, 9 and 10, today I bring to you extraordinary players that have rock the popular number 7 shirt. Manchester United has a whole list of players who donned the number 7 jersey and went on to achieve great things. The number 7 has been synonymous with players who love to dribble and run in behind opposition defences to whip crosses to forward colleagues in the penalty area. Undoubtedly
Perhaps rivalries are at their most heated when managers clash, however, the two leaders of their respective clubs showing a visible dislike for their rivals and opposing numbers. Throughout the Premier League era we have seen some fascinating rivalries between top flight managers, and we’ve decided to revisit some of the very best. Here are five of the most intense managerial rivalries in Premier League history… Kevin Keegan v Sir Alex Ferguson Ferguson and Dalglish were born just a few miles apart in
1. Ray Clemence The goolkeeper was Liverpool's safe hands throughout the side's 1967-81 trophy glut. Agile and dominant in his area, Ray rarely had a poor performance but countless of incredible ones. 2. Graeme Souness Graeme's bullying midfield majesty was the heartbeat of Liverpool's most ruthlessly successful spell. A true leader, he could beat you both physically and mentally. 3. Billy Liddell A left Winger who could play also as an inside forward or up front, Billy was the Cristiano Ronaldo of his day
Football have offered more, it is just more than a game, Well let take a look and see which player have managed to play better as a second striker across Europe top 5 clubs. Lionel Messi is rated the best second striker in the league, the Argentina hitman is regarded as the best in what ever he plans to do and in this area he is regarded as one the very best, Wayne Rooney is the list what he has done is great and believe me he will always be remembered for his achievement, Eric Canton is third in the list, during
10. Rickie Lambert 1 OF 10 There's a possibility this slide will poverty rewriting in 10 months time following Rickie Lambert's contemporary knob from Southampton to Liverpool. But for now, the well-travelled forward leftovers without the silverware his determination and single-mindedness deserve. Having earned a shift to the cap purpose of the head of government League by the use of the likes of Bristol Rovers, Rochdale and Stockport County, the 32-year-old would affection naught added than to come off at
Expect the unexpected in the Premier League football world, with news this week that Tottenham have decided to sack Mauricio Pochettino and replace Argentina with Jose Mourinho, one of the biggest hits this season. Pochettino is regarded by many as Spurs's best manager in recent memory, although after five seasons at the helm he was unable to send silver to North London. A second-place finish in 2017 was Pochettino closest to achieving title success, but he is not the only senior manager who could not concede
Rumour has it that James Milner is going to be the next player to wear Liverpool’s famous number seven shirt. The England international wore the number at Manchester City and has also done so on international duty – it seems a logical choice. Of course, he’s got some pretty incredible standards to live up to. In the list below, we count down the last fourteen players to be handed the responsibility of the number seven, including our newest acquisition. We’ve given each player a ‘Number Seven Rati
British footballers have often stayed within the realms of the UK game for decades. From the England World Cup winners of 1966 all coming from English sides, to the stars down the years like Ryan Giggs and Ally McCoist spending their illustrious days on their front doorstep. There has been the odd Brit who has moved across Europe to test the waters of German football, however, with 70s stars like Kevin Keegan and modern greats such as Jadon Sancho doing so in sensational style. Here, we take a look back on
Mohamed Salah has become the seventeenth part in Liverpool FC history to score 100 objectives for the club The Egypt worldwide raised the achievement when he struck in a clinical wrap up during Saturday's Merseyside derby at Good is on Park. He is the principal man to arrive at a hundred years of strikes for the Reds since Steven Gerrard in 2008 and has done as such in the third least measure of games. Just Roger Hunt (144 appearances) and Jack Parkinson (153) have ever gotten 100 Liverpool objectives quicker
Game of the day: Alan Shearer chooses his classic games before the game 2 hours earlier In the Premier League division Game of the day: Alan Shearer reveals how close he was to joining Manchester United You can't choose a classic Premiere game without thinking about Kevin's "artists" from the 90's. Former New York striker Alan Shearer has made no difference in the selection of three classic Premier League games for their day's games. Watch the full program again on BBC iPlayer The former Engla