Posted on 03 October 2013.
Posted on 27 September 2013.
After making goals at Manchester United, the press values appreciated the work of the Chilean technician and stressed that his project already beginning to take shape.
Posted on 30 July 2013.
It’s that time of year again!
The Premier League will be kicking off soon, and that means it’s time for the speculation and predictions to begin. Additionally, it’s about time for those who like to bet on matches to start getting a handle on this year’s favourites. So before you start getting carried away with your bets, here’s a look at the 5 teams with the best odds on winning the League, as listed at Betfair.
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Posted on 20 July 2013.
How does £100,000-a-week sound to you? Like a dream? Like you’ve won the lottery? I bet it does. To the likes of Luis Suarez and Theo Walcott, this is a reality and something that happens every single week as part of their job! Lucky so and so’s! This interactive infographic compiled by Clear Debt shows you the amount of money that Premier League clubs are paying their top stars, and just how much debt they’re in – often as a direct consequence.
In recent years the digital world has been filled with infographics, new and innovative marketing tools that put a unique twist on traditional content. After all, why spend so long working on an ingenious newspaper campaign only to read the odd word between your chips and gravy outside the ground on match day? Tablet computers and smartphones have opened up a whole new world for marketing, allowing football fans covering endless motorway miles following their club each week to access the content anytime, anywhere.
Clubs such as Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal and Manchester City are known the world over as being some of Britain’s top clubs, even in Europe in many cases, but this doesn’t necessarily mean they’re on stable ground in terms of their bank accounts. Sure, they might be owned by millionaires and billionaires, but it’s always interesting to see how buying and paying the top players in the world affects success both on and off the pitch.
Manchester United, for instance, are owned by the Glazer family and last summer went out and spent £24million on Robin van Persie, a signing which significantly influenced their Premier League title winning season. However, the club remain £366million in debt!
As youngsters stood on the terraces, we always dream of being out there, scoring the winning goal and earning thousands of pounds each week. For the majority of us, however, this dream doesn’t become reality and we’re left wondering what could’ve been the next time we hear about Wayne Rooney’s latest pay rise.
With this cool infographic, you can actually compare yourself to the game’s top players to see how your salary compares, how much they earn just while you’re looking at the page (it’ll make you sick trust me) and how often they earn your salary. It’s a great way for all fans to see their club in a whole new way – we know how well they do on the pitch each week, find out how they’re getting on off it and how you compare to your heroes. Then, see how your mates get on by sharing it on Twitter or Facebook.
Posted on 16 April 2013.
The blues are having a mixed season but they can yet emerge as English heroes.
Posted on 11 April 2013.
Questions are being asked over the increase in foreign ownership in English football, this comes after the recent sackings of managers at Blackburn Rovers and Nottingham Forrest. There is the growing fear that the current influx of foreign owners is having a damaging effect on the long standing traditions and values of our English game.
Posted on 17 March 2013.
Posted on 11 January 2013.
Demba Ba: “I do not like when I compare with Mario Balotelli, before everything … I do not smoke and drink alcool, and I pray 5 times each day in the mosque”
Posted on 08 September 2011.
Manchester City are expecting summer signing Samir Nasri to make his home debut on the weekend.
Posted on 30 August 2011.
Posted on 29 August 2011.
Posted on 27 August 2011.
are wrapping up a deal for
midfielder Fernando Gago. Gago was also interesting
, but is set to join Roma, says Sky Italia.
Posted on 26 August 2011.
Posted on 26 January 2011.
Football Realm will post there picture of the week from now on every Wednesday, So be ready to laugh evey Wednesday when you visit our site.We bring you the Funny side of all new happenings in Football.
This picture is about Dani’s new controversy of not signing contract with Barca.
Posted on 25 January 2011.
Real Madrid will make a move to sign Manchester City’s Emmanuel Adebayor, according to Marca, with the Spanish club now having lost hope of signing former striker Ruud van Nistelrooy back from Hamburg.
Madrid will reportedly offer €2 million and the option of a friendly match to loan Adebayor until the end of the season, while Real will pay half the salary of the Togo international, who will be eligible to play in the UEFA Champions League.
The new move comes after Hamburg categorically stated the Van Nistelrooy will not be released.
"We have rejected for the last time a new offer from Real Madrid. Everyone has agreed that we want a place in Europe, and so it is unthinkable that we would let go of Ruud van Nistelrooy," Hamburg president Bernd Hoffman said in a statement issued on the club’s official website.
Madrid looked to have cooled their interest in Adebayor just over a week ago when they switched their attentions to Van Nistelrooy, and Monaco had stepped in to attempt to take their former player on loan. However, while the tide has turned for Madrid, has the situation changed for Manchester City? They previously said they did not want to loan their striker out after the injury to Italian forward Mario Balotelli.
Meanwhile, Real Madrid keeper Iker Casillas’ journalist girlfriend, Sara Carbonero, was quoted on Italian television as saying: "By the end of January, either Adebayor or [Miroslav] Klose will be in Madrid to replace Higuain."
UPDATE 16:00 CET: Various sources in Spain suggest that Real Madrid could reach an agreement with Manchester City for Adebayor within the next few hours, and that the striker could be unveiled at the Santiago Bernabeu before the end of the day.
The 26-year-old will sign on loan until the end of the season, with an purchase option included in the deal.
Posted on 25 January 2011.
The Brazil international has yet to sign an extension to his contract which runs out in 2012, reportedly demanding to be made the club’s second-highest earner behind Lionel Messi.
Man City have long been linked with the dynamic full-back and are still thought to be interested, as they were when Yaya Toure became disgruntled last season and ended up at Eastlands.
Former player and coach Cruyff believes Barca should cut their losses and sell while they can.
“Barca have a wage scale that cannot be ignored,” he said in his column in El Periodico.
“Barcelona are a sensational team with or without Alves.
Posted on 27 December 2010.
Footballers have made this a habit to hand in a transfer request and then eventually deciding to stay at the club after a couple of meetings with club officials. The footballers these days have made this a joke which is harming the representation of football.
Posted on 17 December 2010.
Reigning champions Atletico Madrid were dumped out of the UEFA Europa League last night in the group stages. While, Champions League hopefulls, Manchester City secured top spot in Group A after drawing 1-1 with Juventus.
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