The Football Lawyer: Brazil, Qatar, Manchester City and FFP – some legal homework for the summer months
The World Cup is on its way, and soon some of the planet’s best players will be in a very tempting and wholly global shop window.
Arsenal put in a storming end to last season to secure Champions League football but this time around they are losing momentum at just the wrong time.
I’m against Manchester United in tonight’s Manchester derby. It’s not just a perception that David Moyes’ men are having a rough old time of it against top teams – it’s backed up by the statistics.
Manchester City are not on a good run on the face of it. They’ve lost two in a row and were pretty awful for 65 minutes when getting dumped out of the FA Cup by Wigan. But although they lost to Barcelona in midweek, they played very well indeed in my opinion.
There’s something not quite right at Barcelona.
Manchester City’s game against Barcelona looks a real blockbuster and the home side does look to have a genuine chance of winning.
There are a couple of mouthwatering FA Cup clashes over the weekend, both with interesting sub-plots.
When a player shines in the Bundesliga, it is only a matter of time before he is linked with a move to one of two destinations: Munich or England.
Following Manchester United’s routine 2-0 win over Everton at the weekend, Betfred have announced they’re already paying out on bets for the Red Devils to be Premier League champions this season.
A closer look at yesterday’s 2-2 draw between Manchester City and Liverpool.
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