Wolfsburg parted company with manager Valerien Ismael, after suffering their twelfth league defeat of the season on Friday. The wolves have appointed Andries Jonker to help steer them away from the relegation zone.
The wolves enjoyed three promising seasons under Dieter Hecking but have struggled to replace their best players. In the 2014/15 season, Hecking guided them to a second place finish in the Bundesliga. Kevin De Bruyne and Ivan Perisic left at the beginning of the following season and Wolfsburg slumped to an eighth place finish. Continue reading “Wolfsburg appoint third boss of the season amidst of their rapid downfall”
The Wenger era could be set to draw to a catastrophic end, after last night’s demoralising 5-1 thrashing from Bayern Munich intensified the pressure on Arsenal.
Arsenal conceded four goals in the second half, after ending the first half level at the home of the German champions. The performance was dismal and several top players failed to deliver in arguably the most important game of their season. Continue reading “The Problem at Arsenal”
Sunderland have been the “kings of survival” in recent seasons in the Premier League. David Moyes could be set to join a host of managers in succeeding on keeping the black cats in the Premier League.
The red and whites failed to win any of their first 10 league fixtures this season, as they failed to do in their opening 9 games last season. However, Sam Allardyce formed an outstanding comeback to keep them in the Premier League. Continue reading “Sunderland – The Kings of Survival”
Hoffenheim continue to rise, despite RB Leipzig ending their Bundesliga unbeaten run in late January.
1899 survived relegation by the skin of their teeth, after Nagelsmann swooped into rescue them from the dreaded drop. They won 7 of their last 14 games and finished one point above the relegation play-off place. Continue reading “Hoffenheim Symbolise the Beginning of a Bundesliga Revolution”
Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has put his Anfield woes behind him with an inspiring first campaign as manager of Celtic.
Celtic are currently on a 28-match unbeaten run in the Scottish Premier League, meaning that they’re nearly half way to achieving their most successful unbeaten run of 62 games between November 1915 to April 1917. Continue reading “Brendan Rodgers enjoying a new lease of life at Celtic”