Month: May 2019

Kompany and Guardiola coy on Belgian’s Man City future

Vincent Kompany admitted his Manchester City future is uncertain after his stunning match-winner against Leicester on Monday night but the

Man United face £75m revenue loss without Champions League

Manchester United’s failure to qualify for the Champions League will cost the club approximately ¬£50million in lost revenue, football finance

Guardiola slams media; says Liverpool have had it ‘easy’

Pep Guardiola¬†believes that “the media” wanted Liverpool to be crowned Premier League champions. Manchester City took a giant stride towards

Pochettino draws on ‘amazing, crazy’ semi-final experience

Mauricio Pochettino has experience of a dramatic semi-final second-leg success as he plots Tottenham’s Champions League rescue mission at Ajax.

Letting Zlatan leave just one of Man Utd’s many f*ck-ups…

Send your thoughts to… Shame, shame, shame As a United supporter for over 40 years, I had convinced myself

Lyon reveal huge Man United interest, but favour Juve sale

Lyon president Jean-Michel Aulas has explained why he would rather sell Manchester United target Tanguy Ndombele to Juventus. Ndombele is

Juan Mata has seven sad words after Man Utd failure

Juan Mata had just seven words to say on his blog after a 1-1 draw at bottom club Huddersfield Town

One pundit tells Man Utd to ‘build around Pogba’

Manchester United need to build around Paul Pogba because they will not attract world-class replacements, claims Chris Sutton. While some

Henderson: Liverpool ‘deserve something at the end’

Belief is the key word for captain Jordan Henderson as Liverpool head into a potentially career-defining week. Jurgen Klopp’s side

Man Utd players ‘lose huge chunk of wages’ after CL failure

A number of Manchester United’s players will lose 25 per cent of their wages after the club’s failure to qualify