With the 2016 edition of the tournament on the horizon, we take a look at 5 players who are likely to bid farewell to international football.
Manchester City manager, Manuel Pellegrini has appealed to the fans, the players and the staffs to work together and show unity. He sounded confident that on Sunday the club will return to its normal levels against West Ham United. In the pre-match press conference, Pellegrini said, “It’s more important than ever to have the fans, the players and the staff together as one. We are one club. “My pressure is always the same, to win every game for this team to play in the way I like the team to play. “Last year there was more pressure when we were fighting for the title. The pressure is for us to recover our normal performance and that’s not the same as fighting for the title. “We are thinking about the next game against West Ham on Sunday and that’s the only thing on our minds.” In today’s game, Manchester City will miss the services of five important players namely, Vincent Kompany, Gael […]
Samir Nasri, Gael Clichy and Eric Abidal left out of Didier Deschamps France World Cup 2014 squad in a surprising team selection.
With the wealth at Manchester City’s disposal, it was widely expected that it would be another busy transfer window at the club. And, in reality it has been quite eventful.
After a season of intense scrutiny, sometimes unbearable pressure (for the players and manager at least), with the weight of expectancy at times threatening to bury the team, will they now push on and hit new heights, having met the targets set out for them? Howard Hockin previews Man City's upcoming season.
From The First Invincible - Dennis Bergkamp joining Arsenal in 1995 to Gael Clichy - The Last Invincible leaving the club in 2011, it has been a complete circle of 16 years at Arsenal, end of an era. As Clichy leaves The Emirates for suitably greener pastures, we thank him for his contribution to the club. All the best, Clichy!
Arsenal, after spending 6 trophy-less years have their task cut out as they challenge for the premiership crown yet again. Wenger has kept the 'cream' of the team intact, and no 'big names' have left Arsenal this season except probably William Gallas. THT's Sounak analyses the transfers and the team strength to understand if they are good enough to win the league next season.