Only 19,000 tickets have been sold for Tottenham Hotspur's game against a Malaysian XI this week following a protest by ultras in the Asian country.
The 'Ultras Malaya' group have been protesting against the fixture, as well as Liverpool's game on July 24th, as they are angered by the disruption to domestic football in the country as well as their nation's World Cup qualifier preparations.
The drama regarding Raheem Sterling's future continue to attract many attention with media already suggesting that he will depart from Anfield next summer.
However, that suggestion doesn't seem to be agreed by Reds' boss, Brendan Rodgers, who insisted that his young winger will respect his remaining two years contract with Liverpool.
Chelsea suffered a disappointing 3-0 league defeat against West Bromwich Albion, but that was not what made Blues' manager, Jose Mourinho fuming.
The Portuguese tactician was more upset with the sending off for his star midfielder, Cesc Fabregas, who was accused of committing violent conduct.
Barcelona are hoping to secure their first title this season by snatching all three points against Atletico Madrid this Sunday, but it won't be an easy task according to the Catalan side boss, Luis Enrique.
Just as many football fans already know, Steven Gerrard is set to play his final match for Liverpool at Anfield this weekend and ahead of that tie current Reds' boss, Brendan Rodgers express his thoughts for the midfielder.
Former England captain, Steven Gerrard is gearing himself up for his final game wearing a Liverpool jersey at Anfield as the player will be leaving by the end of season.
Ahead of the weekend tie against Crystal Palace, Gerrard shared his feeling to the media, stating that it will definitely be an emotional day for him.
Arsenal picked up a disappointing result on their latest English Premier League fixture on Monday as Arsene Wenger's men were beaten by Swansea City 1-0 at Emirates stadium.
That result brought plenty disappointment for Wenger, especially since he believes that his team didn't deserve to suffer that loss, as Gunners put on a good attacking performance.
Sunderland successfully reached their target of staying in English Premier League for next season after grabbing an important win over Everton this past weekend.
That result brought plenty of joy for The Black Cats' boss, Dick Advocaat, who cherished that result as it was not an easy win knowing that they didn't actually play that well.
Chelsea finally secured this season's English Premier League title after grabbing a slender win over Crystal Palace this past weekend and that victory brought plenty of joy for Blues manager, Jose Mourinho.
Arsenal's title challenge may have just ended last weekend when they failed to defeat current league leader, Chelsea, as both teams played in a goalless draw.
However, considering the situation that have been troubling them since the start of season, Gunners' boss, Arsene Wenger claimed that he is pleased with his team's performance up till now.
Euro 2016 is still far ahead, but that doesn't stop Jose Mourinho for voicing out his confidence with his country's chance to win that upcoming tournament.
Speaking in a recent interview, Mourinho said that he always believes European Selecao have every chance in lifting the trophy next year.
Liverpool are still determine in snatching fourth place seat in English Premier League standings, though they are currently seven points behind direct rival, Manchester United.
The Reds' can cut that gap into only four though this Tuesday, should they win against Hull City.
Just as it was expected by many, Chelsea star, Eden Hazard was officially crowned as English PFA's player of the year award, which reflected on his excellent season with The Blues.
The Belgium international shook off challenges from Harry Kane and David De Gea, who both have also performed admirably this current season.
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