MLS Playoff Predictions with Andrew Diefenderfer

A dramatic and action packed MLS Decision Day has now capped off an eventful regular season and now the race begins to claim the 2018 MLS Cup. New York Red Bulls(1), Atlanta United(2), NYCFC(3), DC United(4), Columbus Crew(5) and the Philadelphia Union(6) qualify from the Eastern Conference, while Sporting KC(1), Seattle Sounders(2), LAFC(3), FC Dallas(4),… Continue Reading →


Welcome to The Championship

What a time to be alive… Liverpool 4-3 Barcelona, Tottenham 3-3 Ajax, we have witnessed some of the greatest few days of football in the history of the sport. But nothing quite riles me up more than a good ol’ relegation/promotion story. With just one match-day to go in the English top flight, the 3… Continue Reading →

Iker Casillas Hospitalized

Real Madrid legend Iker Casillas has been hospitalized following a heart attack, his current club Porto confirms. The 37 year old goalkeeper suffered the heart attack Wednesday morning, when he was eventually rushed to the nearest hospital, expecting to make a full recovery. During a training session, Casillas was said to have reported some chest… Continue Reading →

Premiere League in Europe

To compliment a highly entertaining battle between Liverpool and Manchester City for the Premier League title, there are many English teams still fighting for European glory as well. Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are fighting for a spot in the UCL finals, while London rivals Chelsea and Arsenal are looking for automatic entry to the Champions… Continue Reading →

Relegation Update

The Premier League is in the final stretch and the title race is closer than it has been in any recent memory, with Liverpool currently leading Manchester City with 2 points, with the Citizens holding one game in hand over their rivals at Anfield. But today we will take a closer look at the bottom… Continue Reading →

RIP Fulham & Huddersfield

It’s that time of year folks, the good ole relegation battle heats up and teams fight for their lives to stay in the Premier League. Well.. that’s usually how it goes; this season has been a little different compared to the rest of Premier League history. Cellar dwellers Huddersfield Town and Fulham have been relegated… Continue Reading →

Ole Is Staying

As I brilliantly predicted in my previous article, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has now been named Manchester United’s permanent manager. The former United player has now fulfilled his dream of getting to manage the club he enjoyed many years of success with as a player. The Norwegian is one of a long line of managers to… Continue Reading →

The Callum Hudson Odoi Plan

Chelsea wonderkid Callum Hudson-Odoi has enjoyed a, uh, unique breakout season with the West Londoners this season. The then 17 year old caught the eye of the English media with some impressive performances in preseason, prompting Maurizio Sarri to permanently promote the teenager to the first-team. Chelsea began the 2018-19 season in great fashion, storming… Continue Reading →

Scholes Resigns From Oldham

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes enjoyed a glittering career on the pitch, winning a 11 Premier League titles, a record for an Englishmen, along with many other accolades along the way. His management career has been anything but that. After his caretaker job with Salford City, Scholes finally got his full-time management gig, with Oldham… Continue Reading →

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