1. José Mourinho. The special one suffered his joint heaviest defeat in terms of goal difference a few days ago. His AS Roma side was outclassed by Norwegian side FK Bodø/Glimt in the UEFA Europa League. A 6-1 trashing on Thursday invited criticism on the manager for the first time since he moved to Rome.
5) Victor Osimhen (Napoli/Nigeria) Nigerian Striker Victor Osimhen has proven to be one of the most consistent attackers in the African continent in 2021. The Napoli striker has also began the new season in fine form and is one of the players with the highest number of goal contributions so far this season.
10) Ruben Neves Portuguese midfielder Ruben Neves has proved to be one of the most consistent midfielders in the English Premier league in recent years. His fine performances for Wolves since joining from Porto a few years back has also seen him linked with a big money move to the likes of Manchester united and Arsenal in recent seasons.
A wise coach once said in an interview that attack wins you games and defence wins you titles. The coach who made this statement was Sir Alex Ferguson, who ironically loves a high press attacking football. 20 years ago, football was all about looking for ways to get the win regardless of approach but these days, teams are trying to play what I refer to as 'sexy football', pleasing the eyes of spectators.
Chelsea got a double injury in the UCL match against Malmo on Wednesday night, and the two players are the main strikers available to the team. Chelsea will now be left with no choice but to use a new tactic in their upcoming games which Lukaku and Werner will miss.
Everything seems to be working just fine for Chelsea since the appointment of Thomas Tuchel as the Coach of the club, and the current campaign is already looking like it would be a very successful one for the club. Chelsea has been dominant with their performance in the Premier League this season, and are in a very good position in the Champions League to qualify for the knockout rounds of the competition, having one eye on a possible world club cup trophy win early next year.
Brighton Albion's penalty should have been cancelled by the VAR because of the offside that was detected in the penalty build up. Just like the Video Assistant Referee cancelled Timo Werner's goal against Southampton after a foul was detected in the goal build up, same decision should have been taken against Brighton Albion.
Manchester City secured an important win in their Premier League game against Brighton earlier this evening. Pep Guardiola would be really glad with the performance of his players especially in the second half. Manchester City started the game on a very good note as they dominated possession in the early stages.
The English Premier League giants Manchester City continued their incredible run of form as they got a comfortable 4 - 1 win over Brighton and Hove Albion. The Manchester based club were dominant all through the match as they recorded all the maximum three points in today’s league encounter.
Jurgen Klopp has brought something new to the Liverpool squad, and fans believe he is going to keep it for a long time. Not just winning the UCL 2019 trophy, but the manner in which he won it. And he is not going to stop until he gets a double (EPL and UCL) or a treble, and dominate not only Europe, but also the EPL.
The Uefa Champions league is arguably the most glamorous club football competition in the World currently. The European competition has provided some of the most unbelievable and incredible moments in club football history. The Uefa Champions league has also had some of the best and successful Managers in Football history who have won the competition on multiple occasions.
Talk about a manager who takes pride in being classy on and off the pitch, Pep Guardiola does it better than most. The Catalan tactician is today, already one of the greatest managers in the entire history of football and that fact is one every football fan acknowledges, whether they like the man or not.
It is true that we can't detect the mind of other people as we are not psychics, but some people are psychologically defined based on their actions towards a particular purpose or thing. There are twenty managers in the premier league competition but only three, out of the twenty managers, passionately demonstrate love for their coaching work on the pitch.
Manchester United has improved appreciably since Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over the team but is Solskjaer the right man to take Manchester United back to the glory days or is he in fact standing in Man United's way after helping them so much? Here are a few things to consider.
The most anticipated fixture of the Premier League this weekend is the Super Sunday clash at Old Trafford between two of England's most successful clubs. Manchester United and Liverpool will renew their eternal rivalry in what is expected to be a blockbuster fixture. The match is even more interesting when you consider the amount of talent that will be on display.
El Clasico is without a doubt the biggest match in all of football, pitting two of the biggest clubs in the world against each other. Real Madrid and Barcelona will face off against each other once again this weekend. In anticipation for the match, we take a look at the top five Clasicos in history.
Raheem Sterling's lack of football at Manchester City this season is close to pushing the English forward towards the exit door, with an apparent rift with Pep Guardiola hardly helping matters, but which Spanish club is a more likely destination, Real Madrid or Barcelona? In 2021/22, Sterling has just only two Premier League matches with the appearance of Jack Grealish having done little to help his odds of ordinary football.
Manchester United's 5-0 defeat to Liverpool has raised huge concern as to who will be the better fit to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Despite huge support from the Manchester United board, Solskjaer has failed to win a trophy since taking charge of the united managerial job. United are eight(8) points adrift of Chelsea who is top of the table, and they are concerned that the gap might widen if Ole Gunnar isn't shown the exit door.
It has not always been a bed of roses for some of the most successful managers in football, as there were bitter moments for them. These managers who are regarded as some of the best tacticians in the game of football have at some point lost woefully against opposition teams in the course of their managerial career.
Manchester City showed their class in the first half as they beat a spirited Brighton 4-1 at the Amex on Saturday evening. Goals from Ilkay Gundogan, Phil Foden, Gabriel Jesus and Riyad Mahrez were enough to see Pep Guardiola’s side come away from the south coast with all three points.