Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea handed Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool a fifth straight home defeat at Anfield – something that has not happened to Liverpool since the club was formed in 1892. A solid, well-coached Chelsea side came out of the gates strong against an out of form Liverpool and scored just before the half. The spectacular solo effort from Mason Mount was enough to win the game for the visitors who spent the rest of the game defending Liverpool’s front three – who slowly ran out of ideas to break down Chelsea as the game went on.Continue reading “Liverpool vs Chelsea: Mount hands Liverpool fifth Anfield loss in a row”
‘Video Assistant Referee’ has had many mixed reactions since it’s implementation in a number of Europe’s top leagues. Yet, FIFA president Gianni Infantino has recently announced that VAR will be used at Russia 2018 – a tournament already surrounded in controversy. Will VAR spoil our beautiful game, do we need it?
Going into this year’s highly anticipated World Cup in Russia, there have been a number of recurring problems that are often being brought up time and time again. Will there be a problem with Russian Hooligans? Will there be racist attacks much like those that have occurred in Russian league games? While others have been quick to suggest that the 2018 World Cup will be one that will go down in history, and not for the wrong reasons, but as a thrilling, memorable celebration of football.
In 2014, Leyton Orient were on the brink of the Championship, two years later Orient, who have spent 112 years in the football league, have dropped out of the football league and are struggling to survive. All because of their negligent owner, Francesco Becchetti who has saddled the club with £10 million of debt and is driving this historic club to the ground.
Huge investment in the Chinese Super League has created a new power in world football. Big names are now constantly being brought to China on extraordinary wages. Is it possible that the CSL will challenge Europe’s top leagues?
The 2016/17 Premier League season has been rich with surprises so far. From Pep seemingly feeling the pressure to the relegation battle, we are all loving another great season of ups and downs in England’s top division. Here’s cultivationuk’s mid season review of the most important events from the first half of an eventful season. We also look ahead to predict what will happen in the second half of the 2016/2017 season.
Many people seem to believe Chelsea Football Club has no history whatsoever- however they are wrong, the club has a large, interesting history that very few know about
Today there are a number of major sporting events happening- making up for a fantastic day of sport. Most notably is the Euro 2016 final and the Wimbledon final.
With the official opening of the transfer window quickly opening, we can expect some big money moves this summer. This list will show you who to keep an eye out for.
Last Night England crashed out of the Euros as a result of their 2-1 loss to Iceland- who have a population of the same size as Leicester .
After the news that a majority have voted for Britain to leave the EU, there is going to be a substantial amount of change to British life. But one part of Britain that some might forget is going to be severely damaged, The Barclays Premier League.
Today we found out that Jamie Vardy, who is currently in France with the England squad, signed a new four year contract with Leicester- ruining Arsenal’s hopes of signing the in form striker.