Former defender of the Stamford Bridge, Frank Leboeuf has blamed the recruitment team for the Chelsea player as responsible for the club woes this season. He expressed concern with the Chelsea current situation, saying he is disgusted because professional top players would not like to come and associated with failure.
Wilfred Ndidi has confessed to enjoying his newly find role with the Leicester City Team as he takes up the position.
Ndidi, a defensive midfielder, has been jacked higher by the Italian Manager, Enzo Maresca this season. He has rewarded Maresca’s faith by adapting to the new position. The Nigerian International has scored three times for his former Premier league championship this season.
Polish Football Federation has today sacked its national coach, Fernando Santos just eight months into his assignment as coach for the team as it is struggling to qualify for the Euro 2024 finals. During last weekend, Poland conceded defeat of 2-0 against Albania leaving them on fourth position in Euro 2024 qualifying Group E with only the top two guaranteed to play in the finals.
Former Tottenham Hotspur midfielder, Sandro has predicted a shoreline for the premier league north London that is slated for a clash today. Arsenal is scheduled to host Tottenham this afternoon for the match at the Emirates Stadium. Mikel Arteta’s side are going into the game sustaining a 1-0 win over Everton in their last Premier League tie, while Tottenham leads with 2-1 against Sheffield United.
Chelsea Manager, Mauricio Pochettino has insisted Trevoh Chalobah, a defender is on his list for the Stamford Bridge. Pochettino also disclosed that ‘no one will decide’ Chalobah’s future in the club but him. Accordingly, Chalobah could not move away from Chelsea in the final week of the summer transfer window despite interest from Bayern Munich and Nottingham Forest, who both had interest on him
Former England international Gary Lineker has revealed that another club will sign Manchester United midfielder Scott McTominay in the next transfer window. Shocked by why the Scotland international is not getting more game time, Lineker expressed dismay as to why Manchester United under leadership of Erik ten Hag treat him like this, despite given his astrophysical performances for his country’s national team.