The game of soccer is one that is widely watched all over the globe.As a matter of fact, it is reckoned to be ‘the most popular sport in the world’.The game has millions of followers all over the world, who stream live matches in other to be updated with the latest trend, and also to flow in the fun.
It is almost difficult to imagine footballers writing a book or even doing things that are not related to football. However, footballers do a lot of things outside football, including writing books. Image Source: CGTN Griezmann likes to play basketball, Messi can play the keyboard and Bale obviously plays golf in his spare time.
Football is a great game to watch, and with the fans available to cheer up the players, the game gets more and more interesting. But with too many fans 2 cheer up the players, players cannot show their affection to all of them but only to a few which they are opportune to.
It was a busy day in the premier league yesterday as three games were played in the competition.Out of the six teams active in the premier league yesterday only two were able to secure maximum points from their various matches in the competition.Summary Of Yesterday's Premier League Games Leeds United secured their second straight premier league victory in a nice fashion as they displayed a fantastic performance to secure a big 4-0 victory over Burnley at the Turf Moor Stadium.
“One of the most dangerous players I have ever played against” this were the exact words of Lionel Messi in regards to a young Theo Walcott before the famous Champions League clash against an Arsenal team, full of much more experienced and talented players like Nasri, Van Persie and the midfield maestro Cesc Fabregas.
I will be looking forward to showing you things you need to know about the international friendly matches played last night. 1. England won Austria 1-0 yesterday, thanks to the only goal from Bukayo Saka. Liverpool right-back Alexander Arnold sustained an injury last night. 2.
Arsenal is one of the best football clubs in the world, many talented and legendary players such as Thierry Henry, Kano Nwankwu, Tony Adam and Patrick Vierra have all played at the Emirate stadium. the Arsenal club have a huge fan following from all over the world which may be due to the amazing stats that their players have achieved through out the years.
Real Madrid plot Aouar bid Houssem Aouar could end up at Real Madrid this summer.Mundo Deportivo reports the Spanish side are showing interest in him once again, while Lyon are prepared to listen to offers around €30 million (£26m/$36m).Walcott free to leave Everton Theo Walcott will be freed to secure a permanent move away from Everton this summer, claims Football Insider.
Arsene Wenger's appointment as Arsenal coach, in October 1996, was one of the best thing that happen to English football. The Frenchman brought a new identity to the club, and changed EPL to some extent. He was known for buying unknown players and making them great professionals.
Every season, we have players have their contracts expire based on several interests. Some might be holding for higher pay while others have other types of lofty ambition. Players like Julian Draxler who were supposed to be having their contracts end in 2022 had extended their contracts while players like Michy Batshuayi, Theo Walcott, Ousmane Dembele, Paulo Dybala and Lorenzo Insigne, will likely be having their contract wind down.
Eduardo Cesar (Photo credit: The Sun) Arsenal technical director Eduardo Cesar, popularly known as Edu, said in an interview on sky sports that the signings Arsenal made in recent transfer windows are geared towards building for the future. He probably said that to clarify those who questioned the club's transfer strategy following a disastrous start to the new Premier League season.
The summer transfer window will officially open in five days time, but some clubs have already started to execute their plans. Here are the done deals so far. 1. Emerson Royal, (Real Betis to Barcelona)- undisclosed 2. Theo Walcott, (Everton to Southampton)- Free
Below are 8 football facts that you probably never knew. 1. Theo Walcott has more champions league goals than Brazilian Ronaldo, Hazard, David Villa, Klose, Zidane, Huntelaar, Tevez, Alexis Sanchez, and Micheal Owen. 2. No English manager has ever won the premier league.
Arsenal recently played Hibernian football club of Scotland and lost 2 – 1 to the Scottish side, with Emil Smith Rowe missing a penalty. They played their match while wearing their away jersey. After a long wait, their home jersey for the 2021/22 season has finally been released and it bears a resemblance to some of their past jerseys.
Honestly it is as if tattoos is now some kind of culture for modern footballers and celebrities on the western side, almost 70% of football players are all wearing tattoos. Some drew animals like lion, birds and so on, while some drew what matters to them like loved ones, spouse, parents, children and even names or something they value or find very important.
In the world of football evolution occurs regularly as things change over time, but no matter how dynamic it gets there is still a benchmark for what is regarded as normal. On rare occasions, there is a break from the norm, as such things make the sport entertaining.
English premier league giant, Arsenal youngster Bukayo Saka was in action yesterday for the Gareth Southgate's side against Austria at the Riverside in an international friendlies. The football youngster was at top notch for the Mikel Arteta's team in the just concluded campaign which booked a spot for him in the England's provisional 26-man squad for the Euro, been his first in a competitive tournament.
1 Theo Walcott. Theo Walcott is a player who has played for many clubs in Premier league like Southampton, Arsenal, Everton and Southampton again. He was popularly known as an Arsenal player for scoring some number of goals and winning the league trophies with Arsenal. 2 Luke Shaw.
Bukayo Saka scored his first international goal and the only goal in the friendly match against Austria at the Riverside stadium as England are preparing for the forthcoming Euro2020 which they are aspiring to win. The young English man broke the deadlock in the 56th minute of the game with a clinical finish in which Jack Grealish produced a man of the match performance.Bukayo Saka at aged 19 has became the third teenager to score for England while playing for Arsenal, along with Theo Walcott and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Photo credit: transfermarkt.com Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is the team captain at Arsenal and wears the number fourteen jersey. The Gabonese striker moved to Arsenal in the winter transfer window of the 2017/2018 season and since then, he has become an integral part of the team. Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang is now 10 goals away from becoming the third number fourteen jersey holder in a row to reach one hundred goals for Arsenal.