Bundesliga To Overtake Premier League In UEFA Coefficient Rankings

The ratings are calculated by looking at the performances of clubs from domestic leagues around Europe in European competitions in the last five years. The Bundesliga will overtake the Premier League in UEFA’s coefficient rankings for the first time in 15 years at the end of the season. The revelation comes just one day after Everton’s Europa League elimination , which means there will be no English representative in the quarter-final of a European competition for the first time since 1993. England are currently second in the coefficient rankings behind leaders Spain,who have a huge gap at the top and Germany in third – but not for long. Germany are guaranteed to displace England regardless of how Bayern Munich and Wolfsburg perform in the remainder of the European season. Coefficient rankings are calculated by looking at the performances of clubs from domestic leagues around Europe in European competitions in the last five years. This is the second time in three […] Read more »


Inter Milan 1-2 Wolfsburg: It’s All My Fault, Mancini Takes The Responsibility Of Defeat

Inter Milan suffered a defeat at the hands of Wolfsburg in the second leg of their Europa League tie at San Siro in which the home team was booed by the Nerazzuri fans for their awful performance. Inter Milan coach Roberto Mancini took the blame for the early exit and said that it’s all his fault. Read more »

Borussia Dortmund vs Juventus FC

Analysis: Carlos Tevez Brace Sends Juventus Into Champions League Last Eight

Carlos Tevez scored twice and set up Alvaro Morata as Juventus crushed Borussia 3-0 in Dortmund. Their first-leg advantage allowed them to focus on defending in Dortmund and they performed their task to perfection. Jurgen Klopp’s men never even came close to troubling Gianluigi Buffon as Juventus happily sat back and conceded possession, with Dortmund having zero shots on target in the opening 45 minutes. The Bundesliga side seemed to lack a clear gameplan and were devoid of ideas. Dortmund’s main dangerman, Marco Reus, was hardly involved, while fellow attackers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Henrikh Mkhitaryan and Kevin Kampl were all anonymous. Max Allegri leads the Old Lady through to the Champions League quarter-finals thanks to a 5-1 aggregate triumph. The Bianconeri won the first leg 2-1, but Andrea Pirlo, Martin Caceres, Kwadwo Asamoah and Romulo were sidelined. Jurgen Klopp dropped Ciro Immobile to the bench against his old club and opted for Sokratis Papastathopoulos at right-back. The visitors took little time […] Read more »


Borussia Dortmund V Juventus – Team News, Tactics, Lineups And Predictions

BORUSSIA DORTMUND vs JUVENTUS Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund Wednesday 18th March, 2015, 19:45 GMT  *** Borussia Dortmund welcome Juventus to the Westfalenstadion on Wednesday knowing that a 1-0 victory over Massimiliano Allegri’s men would be enough to see them through to the quarter-final stages of the Champions League. Juve hold a slight advantage in the two-legged encounter following a slender 2-1 victory at home to Jurgen Klopp and his charges back in late February. The Italian side know that any form of draw would give them safe passage, with an away goal making it a little more difficult for the German club. Dortmund have enjoyed an important resurgence in 2015 and have managed to lift themselves from probable relegation to a safely-placed position in the middle of the German top flight. The Germans have slightly faltered on the domestic front in their last two Bundesliga games, with Dortmund drawing blanks in two scoreless draws against Hamburger SV and FC Koln respectively. […] Read more »

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Atletico Madrid: Simeone Wishes For A Noisy Calderon Against Bayer Leverkusen

Atletico Madrid face Bayer Leverkusen on Tuesday at home as they look to overturn the round-of-16 tie and progress to the quarter finals of the Champions League. Atletico Madrid host Bayer Leverkusen in the second leg of the Champions League round-of-16. Playing at home, Atletico will have to win the game in order to overturn the first leg deficit of the 1-0 defeat in Germany. It will be tough for Atletico considering their recent run of form in which they have only managed to score one goal in the last four games. Diego Simeone spoke to the press ahead of the game and stressed on how important the fans will be and he expects them to cheer their team throughout the game. Simeone said: “I want a Calderón that is always cheering us on to make us try harder to achieve a lot of things we have. I hope and wish there’s not a silent moment at the Stadium.” The […] Read more »