Soccer - Sunday 14 December, 2014
If you’re anyway squeamish, look away now.
Manchester United picked up a sixth consecutive win earlier this afternoon.
This is how another week looked through a lens.
A Harry Kane header had previously given Spurs the lead, before Wifried Bony equalised.
De Gea Schmeichel-esque, Balotelli’s misery continues and more.
The praise was universal for the Spaniard.
The Reds’ manager insisted said he “does not feel any additional pressure” despite his side’s poor run of form.
Rooney and Mata both found the net before half-time, the latter from an offside position.
Man United took on Liverpool in a potentially crucial game for both sides.
Brendan Rodgers’ woes continue.
And he’s parading the county’s new jersey.
The Belgian goalkeeper has been punished after a series of high-profile errors
Also, Shane Lowry’s family won a nice, fat turkey.
If history is anything to go by, a low-profile player could prove the difference in today’s big game.
Hostilities resume this afternoon between two sides desperately seeking to return to former glories.
Soccer - Saturday 13 December, 2014
The Dutchman has been left underwhelmed by Louis van Gaal and expressed doubts about Marouane Fellaini.
The Frenchman conjured an unstoppable finish to put the hosts in front.
The Catalans lose ground on Real Madrid who comfortably beat Almeria last night.
The club are already without Sergio Aguero for up to six weeks.
Elsewhere, Southampton lost their fourth straight game while Aston Villa were defeated in the Midlands Derby.
Jurgen Klopp’s side were beaten 0-1 by Hertha Berlin – the club’s 9th league defeat of the season.
Diego Costa’s first goal in five games secured the win after Hazard’s opener.
This might be the worst sports film ever made.
The Old Trafford assistant has presented analysis of Liverpool to the squad.
15 year-old Martin Odegaard, currently at Norwegian club Stromsgodset, is wanted by the Bavarian giants.
Meanwhile, Arsenal have recalled midfielder Francis Coquelin from his loan spell at Charlton.
The Anfield chief has lost none of his self-belief.
Andy Carroll took a bit of a hiding too.
‘Poisonous atmosphere’ and training ground row led to Roy Keane’s Villa exit, according to Daily Mail
Fabian Delph warned Keane: “‘Don’t try to f****** mug me off.”
It doesn’t matter where these two English giants currently lie, this match remains the Premier League’s biggest.
The Ibrox legend tendered his resignation last night.
Arsenal’s latest injury crisis, bragging rights are on the line in the Midlands and Hull could be in for a Stamford Bridge hiding.
Can Mario turns things around for Liverpool?
The two fierce rivals have thrown up some memorable games over the years.
The United legend can’t separate the two superstars.
Balotelli is awaiting the FA’s punishment for the incident.
Soccer - Friday 12 December, 2014
The United boss responded to Neville’s ‘pub team’ comments.
Collins doesn’t think the Premier League’s announcement today will spark much change from the Airtricity League authorities.