To say Claudio Ranieri and Leicester City shocked the world with their title winning campaign last season would be a profound understatement. Tipped at the start of the season to get relegated, Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and friends put in performances of the highest quality week in week out during the 15/16 campaign, cruising their way to deserved Premier League glory. And with their squad going into the 16/17 season relatively unchanged, who’s to say that they won’t go and do it all over again? There are, however, two reasons as to why that may not be the case. Continue reading “How far can Leicester go this season?”
If you’re not aware of who Tekkerz Kid is then you’ll be highly surprised and probably jealous about the skills this kid possesses. The clue is in the name, Tekkerz meaning technique and 7 year old Lorenzo Greer a.k.a”Tekkerz Kid” has it in abundance. In football the term Wonderkid is used widely but when you see this what can only be classed as a child not only perfoming skills but the technique to curl a free kick in from 20+ yards or his control of the ball simply blows you away.
Not only is it amazing to see young Lorenzo excelling at something he loves but watching how involved his whole family are, especially parents are Nathan and Tara also warms the hearts of the viewing public. With almost 75 thousand subscribers on YouTube, Lorenzo has entertained and wowed viewers with football boot reviews, shooting tutorials, skills tutorials and overall football content.
Having already been in the national newspaper and on BBC the future seems very bright for this talented youngster.
Birmingham City U7’s
On YouTube you can see a whole host of freestyle footballers who for whatever reason can’t transfer their skills to the pitch. This isn’t the case for Tekkerz Kid. Playing for Birmingham City U7’s is a huge step to becoming a professional football player.
In the past when evaluating Liverpool Football Club, you couldn’t help but come up with more questions than answers. Are they actually a top 4 club? Do their supporters expect too much? What would actually be a decent finish for Liverpool? This season, however, with charismatic manager Jurgen Klopp having his feet firmly under the Liverpool table after half a season ‘steadying the ship’, so to speak, there seems to an air of optimism surrounding the Anfield club for the forthcoming Premier League season. And with last year’s strong finish, Europa League final appearance and a shed load of money spent this summer, there is no reason to suggest that the team from Merseyside can’t sneak into the top 4 this season. Continue reading “Liverpool Season Preview”
New England manager Sam Allardyce has been open to the idea and said Terry could return for England. Even if Big Sam gives John the call, would it be in the defender’s best interest to accept?
With the defensive woes of the current England team you can see where Sam Allardyce is coming from but as one of his first actions as England boss I don’t think this controversial decision would go down well with supporters. Continue reading “John Terry for England”
Born in Dudley on the 19th October 1954, the 6’3” man mountain they call ‘Big Sam’ has recently been interviewed for the country’s biggest football job and has officially been confirmed as the next England manager succeeding Roy Hodgeson.
A playing career that stretched over 21 years, starting at Dudley Town and finishing at Preston North End. Spells in America and Ireland were brief, but it was in England where Allardyce developed a reputation as a solid, aggressive and fierce Central defender.