Champions League

Galatasaray Fans Go Absolutely Nuts for Falcao

Turkish side Galatasaray made some big moves in the transfer market this summer, signing a total of 12 players. The biggest name on its new signing list is Radamel Falcao.

The 33-year-old Colombian striker, while having some low points in his career, has been one of the top strikers in the world over the past decade. And now he is playing for one of the best teams in Turkey.

I would be pretty excited if Falcao signed for my team. But these Galatasaray fans have gone above and beyond. Just watch how they welcome "The Tiger" to their stadium.

UEFA Technical Report Says Ronaldo Scored The Goal Of The Season, Not Messi

The 2018-19 UEFA Champions League technical report was released today, and it’s got 51 pages of highly entertaining and valuable information that analyzes specific tactical and technical trends at the very top of the world’s game. The comprehensive overview of last season’s competition includes some fascinating insights.

PSG Wins Deadline Day With Neymar-Icardi-Mbappé Front Three On The Horizon

The European transfer window slammed shut yesterday with Paris Saint-Germain at the center of everything. Neymar, reportedly the subject of three different bids from Barcelona, is staying put for another season, and the club further strengthened its ambitions by adding three-time Champions League-winner Keylor Navas from Real Madrid for $14.3 million and Mauro Icardi from Inter Milan on a season-long loan. PSG could sign the striker permanently next summer for a total of $76.8 million.

UEFA Caps Price On Away Tickets In Champions League — Here’s What It Means

Thursday’s Champions League draw was all about glitz and glamor, awards and prestige. 

Friday’s Europa League draw was all about administrative efficiency and calculated bureaucracy, not even bothering to wait for prime time.

USMNT Players Drawn Together In Champions League Group Stage

The 2019 Champions League groups were drawn on Thursday in Monaco, with three USMNT players being drawn together in Group H. 

Group H includes Chelsea, Ajax, Valencia and Lille, with three of those clubs including young Americans who will play a big role in trying to get the USMNT back to the World Cup. Christian Pulisic (Chelsea), Sergiño Dest (Ajax) and Timothy Weah (Lille) will all go up against compatriots when the 2019 Champions League group-stage matches begin on Sept. 17. 

Filth From American Teen Dest Helps Send Ajax Back To Champions League

After coming within a whisker of reaching the 2019 Champions League final, Ajax needed some brilliance on Wednesday just to reach the 2019-20 Champions League group stage.

That brilliance was supplied by 18-year-old American defender Sergiño Dest, who earlier in the day was called up for the senior USMNT for the first time.

Tottenham's Recent Form In The Premier League Is Horrible And Fans Should Be Concerned

Manchester United’s shock loss at Old Trafford to Crystal Palace wasn’t the only slipup in the Premier League this past weekend.

Newcastle United was looking to not lose its third straight match in the Premier League as the Magpies traveled to Tottenham on Sunday.Steve Bruce’s side was set up in a back three, set up to counter Spurs’ possession-based system and it worked. Joelinton scored in the first half and Newcastle held Tottenham at bay for the rest of the match.

Ronaldo Explains The Difference Between Him And Messi In A Very Ronaldo Way

What’s the difference between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi? It’s the time-honored question that’ll be debated long after both you and I are altered into cosmic dust, although I’ve personally maintained that the difference between the two is the empanadas they’d serve at a social gathering.

Epic Lionel Messi Free Kick Vs. Liverpool Chosen As Champions League Goal Of The Season

The best Champions League goal of the 2018-19 season has been revealed, and there can be few complaints.

Lionel Messi’s otherworldly free kick against Liverpool in the Champions League semifinals was announced as the UCL Goal of the Season by UEFA on Friday. 

Lukaku Headed To Open Arms Of Antonio Conte

It took a few attempts to find the right price, but Manchester United finally accepted a $85 million bid for Belgian striker Romelu Lukaku, per the Guardian.

United was trying to work up the price to $97 million but feels it received enough (with the previous bid being $77.7 million) with additional add-ons to be disclosed later.

 

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