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Bruno Fernandes Proving His 2018/19 Season Was Not A Fluke

Few players in Europe had a more successful season during the 2018/19 campaign than Sporting CP star Bruno Fernandes. The talented playmaker was the undisputed leader of a Lisbon side that reached a UEFA Europa League berth, and he quickly became one of the most prized transfer assets heading into

Barcelona 2-1 Inter Milan: Suarez double wins it

Two of European football’s juggernauts, Barcelona and Inter Milan, were always going to go head to head in their UEFA Champions League group – but few could’ve anticipated the entertaining chess match that we actually got. In the end, Barca came from behind and put Inter to

Barcelona 5-2 Valencia: Fati Shines in Blaugrana Demolition over Los Che

Some players come out of nowhere and make a name for themselves with one or two good performances. Others are top youngsters that simply take advantage of their first chance they find within the senior team. Ansu Fati is the latest example of the latter phenomenon. Ernesto Valverde gave Fati the

3rd September: Tuesday’s National League Accumulator – 22/1

While the major European leagues might be taking a break for the international break, we are are not short of action from across the National League. With a hectic Tuesday of action, we here at Soccer News have found a handful of helpful tips that can boost

Lazio 1-1 Roma: All square in lively derby

The Rome derby is always a game that is going to lead to tempers flaring, and as always, we saw that come to fruition in a big way this evening. Both Lazio and Roma seemingly have a point to prove this season, with neither really living up

Burnley 0-3 Liverpool: Reds ease to victory

It was quite clear to see that, heading into this game, Burnley needed to put on a perfect performance in order to overcome Liverpool. In the end, though, the European champions were able to prove why they’re one of the best teams in world football as they

Bournemouth 1-3 Man City: Easy win for champions

Bournemouth came into their game against Manchester City knowing that they were facing an uphill battle, and in the end, they just weren’t quite able to overcome the challenge of the champions as Pep Guardiola’s side ran out 3-1 winners at the Vitality Stadium. Building confidence Bournemouth looked strong

Championship Preview – Matchday Three

Matchday three in the Championship kicks off with a meeting of last season’s bottom two in the Premier League, as Huddersfield Town take on Fulham at the John Smith’s Stadium. Both clashes last term finished in 1-0 victories for the home side, which accounts for twenty percent

Why is Jesse Lingard getting a bumper contract?

According to reports from the Manchester Evening News, Manchester United are about to hand England midfielder, Jesse Lingard, a new contract worth around £130,000 per week. I have to admit this one has me scratching my head. In fact, I believe many fans of United are also scratching their heads,

Could Harry Maguire be on the move this summer?

According to reports from Sky Sports, Manchester giants City and United could well compete for the signature of Leicester and England centre-back Harry Maguire this summer. The 26-year-old has just finished playing for England in the semi-finals of the Nations League. Reportedly Maguire will not ask to leave the Foxes,

Crystal Palace don’t have to sell Wan-Bissaka this summer

It seems that Crystal Palace are bracing themselves for a summer onslaught from the big vultures that occupy the top of the English football tree. Star duo forward Wilfried Zaha and full-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka are both reportedly in demand this summer. Ivory Coast forward Zaha has stated that he wants to

Antonio Conte set for Inter job

According to Sky Sports, Inter are set to appoint former Chelsea boss Antonio Conte as their new head coach. The Nerazzurri head into their last game of the Serie A campaign this weekend fourth place and knowing a win would clinch Champions League football for next season. First reports linking Conte

Zaha transfer request should not be a major surprise

Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha has handed in a transfer request, according to Sky Sports. The forward has been one of the Eagles main stars in for the past few seasons and played a big part in the Eagles avoiding the drop once again this season. Reportedly, though, Wilfried Zaha is

Premier League Previewv- Matchday 38

One of the most thrilling title races in the history of the Premier League concludes this afternoon, when either Manchester City or Liverpool will be crowned champions. Pep Guardiola’s side will retain their crown if they win at Brighton and Hove Albion, though anything less will leave

Arsenal need to win the Europa League

Last summer, Spanish coach Unai Emery took on one of the toughest jobs in the Premier League when he became Arsenal head coach. Emery took over from a legend in Arsene Wenger. The Frenchman’s last few years did not go the way anybody wanted them to. However, he was still a

Liverpool may have missed their big chance this season

On Wednesday night, Liverpool suffered a 3-0 defeat at Barcelona in the Champions League semi-final first leg at the Nou Camp. In reality, the scoreline did not tell the whole story. The Reds were still in the game until the 75th minute when Lionel Messi scored the first of his

Premier League Preview – Matchday 35

All eyes will be on the Etihad Stadium Saturday lunchtime as matchday thirty-five in the Premier League kicks off with Manchester City against Tottenham Hotspur. It will be the third time the two sides have met in ten days, with the collective football world having hardly

Man United 0-1 Barcelona: Advantage Spaniards

In the Champions League you never quite know what you’re going to get, regardless of who may seem like the favourite in any given game. In this encounter many fans were already considering Barca to be a semi finalist before they’d even got the win, and even

6th April: Saturday’s Football Accumulator – 12/1

With a hectic Saturday afternoon of action from across England’s footballing tiers this weekend, we here at Soccer News have found a handful of tips that can boost your Saturday acca: Saturday 6th April BST 15:00 Huddersfield vs Leicester  After backing Jamie Vardy to find the net last weekend, we’re

Norway 3-3 Sweden: Scandinavian classic

There are some games of football that you go into thinking something interesting may or may not happen, mainly due to the quality of both teams involved. Prior to the Norway vs Sweden game many fans were expecting a defensive battle between the two local rivals, and