Earlier this year I boldly predicted the outcome of the 8 World Cup 2014 groups. I now move on to look at the last 16.
So the draw has been made for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil and there are some very tasty looking groups. I’ve had a look through the 8 groups and decided to stick my neck out and give my views on how things will shake up.
As the football season draws to a close this article looks at the top leagues around Europe and analyses who is still in the hunt.
Last season Tottenham Hotspur Football Club achieved their best finish in the English Premiership for 20 years. Pipping high-spending Man City to forth represented not only a victory for a club that have under achieved for so many years but a victory for idea of building a football team as opposed to buying one.
Arsenal’s title challenge was left in ruin on Sunday after Liverpool claimed a dramatic equalizer 11 minutes into stoppage time at the Emirates.
Spurs manager Harry Redknapp has set his sights on another top 4 finish, following his side’s elimination from the Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid of Spain.
Italian and European champions Inter Milan were dumped out of this years Champions League after going down 2-1 to German side Schalke in Gelsenkirchen.
With Tottenham 0-4 down, is the second leg game with Real Madrid the most pointless match ever?
Yesterday saw the final nail hammered into the coffin of football as FIFA sold the World Cup to Russia and Qatar.
England put on their worst display under Fabio Capello, but I think the media have to take their share of the blame.