Gilded1Sports List Top Five African Footballers
African football has always been considered as one of the contributor in world football, including providing top players for many renown clubs throughout the years.
Controversial refereeing decisions have always been part of football for years, but recently there seems to be more heavy criticism towards poor officiating, notably those that eventually cost teams points.
Manchester United might still be sitting sixth in the current English Premier League standings, but that doesn't shut down Zlatan Ibrahimovic's confidence in the Red Devil's chance in competing for the title this season.
Former Liverpool and England national team captain, Steven Gerrard finally decided to end his playing career at the age of 36 after spending his last few years playing at Major League Soccer with LA Galaxy.
Italy international defender, Matteo Darmian continue to get call up for Gli Azzurri despite not getting much playing time so far at his club Manchester United.
Answering media questions regarding his low amount of start with Man United under Jose Mourinho this season, Darmian stated that he doesn't really know the reason for it.
Just it was being expected by Italian media, Paolo Maldini apparently has rejected the offer to join Milan's management board under new Chinese ownership.
Maldini who was being offered the Technical Director post stated that he doesn't quite agree with his role in that position, questioning about the decision making situation with the CEO and other director.
Goalkeeper position is definitely essential in football as they're the last man that protect every teams' goal from opponents' attacking players.
Although they might not be appreciated as highly as strikers, but since back then up till now, there are always shot stoppers that received wide acknowledgement such as the list provided by Frontsmother.
AC Milan suffered a disappointing 4-2 defeat in their second Serie A fixture against Napoli, but that thrilling tie was largely affected by two sending offs of Rossoneri players.
Milan head coach, Vincenzo Montella highlighted his players lack of cool heads, which puts their competitiveness in that game disturbed heavily.
Following Juventus and AS Roma's victory on Saturday, Italian Serie A offer a much more entertaining stuff during Sunday fixtures as AC Milan and Lazio escaped thrilling tie while Inter Milan were beaten.
Turkey are set to play their opening Euro 2016 fixture this Sunday, a potentially tricky match as they have to face the dangerous Croatia side.
The Crescent-Stars' head coach, Fatih Terim was not shy on admitting that he has nothing but respect for Croatia, but Turkey will not be targeting any other than victory on that tie.