There is really no point for Arsene Wenger to continue embarrassing himself at Arsenal. Yes, it is very difficult for a human being to sometimes let go of pride and accept reality. The fans turned against him long time ago, it was not that bad because it was not 11 men on the field. These […]Read more "Players not interested anymore and it spells danger"
One moment you can be given a vote of confidence by club owners and the next minute you are out in the cold.Read more "Bilic and his troops skating on thin ice"
By Sduduzo Masuku Hell will break lose when two giants from different cities meet tonight. One from London and another from Wales. The interesting part is that both teams are on both ends of the table. Swansea are battling to get out of relegation and Spurs want to keep pressure on London rivals Chelsea. All […]Read more "Spurs need win as much as Swansea"
By Sduduzo Masuku Hell will break lose when two giants meet on Saturday evening, one from Soweto and another from Pretoria. A contest between Kaizer Chiefs and Mamelodi Sundowns never disappoint. Taking you back to the recent thriller we witnessed between these side, when Sundowns walked away with a 2-1 victory. Fans have been waiting […]Read more "Fans deserve to witness a humdinger"
By Sduduzo Masuku Arsenal played a friendly against Dynamo Moscow in heavy fog in 1945 at White Hart Lane and despite the urging of players to suspend play due to the fog, the referee decided that play should continue. Image by mirror.co.uk Rolling back to today, a storm, fog, and any unnatural weather conditions can […]Read more "Soccer then and now: This is bizzare"
Just like holding on to the cactus, the more you hold on to it the more it hurts. That has been Arsene Wenger’s situation at Arsenal. Unity is strength, division is weakness those are the cries of some Arsenal fans. However if you flip the page and look on the other side of the matter, […]Read more "The team defeated the fans divided and the manager defied"
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