John Terry is included in England squad for the first two World Cup 2014 Brasil qualifications.
He may have an FA charge hanging over him but John Terry has been named in Roy Hodgson's England squad for the first two World Cup 2014 qualifiers.
Tuesday, 7 May 2019 will go down as the greatest European night ever to be played at Anfield. Even a side of Liverpool’s calibre know that it may well be generations until such a momentous evening is enjoyed again, and it was yet another example of how dangerous a venue it is for any team, no matter how decorated they are.
After beating Chelsea 4-3 on penalties at the end of last month in the League Cup final, the quadruple is very much on for Manchester City. Looking to make history and become the first English club to complete the feat, the Citizens find themselves in the race for the title alongside Liverpool; with an FA Cup semi-final against Brighton & Hove Albion early next month; and of course, a two-legged quarter-final in the UEFA Champions League against Tottenham Hotspur to follow.
What a season it has been for Manchester United fans! Poor form and discontent within the dressing room saw José Mourinho leave and Ole Gunnar Solskjær come in. While many United fans would have been happy to see such a prominent player from their recent past in the dugout, many would not have dreamt how well it would go with him in charge.
The FA Cup is already reaching its quarterfinals round and matches are getting interesting, especially with Wolverhampton Wanderers matchup against Manchester United.
This tie could be an exciting match not jut for regular fans viewing but also those who are keen on placing their money on some weekend games.
One of the hottest topics in the UK has become mental health and the continued stigma that seems to plague people that speak out and seek help, especially it seems, men. Sadly this has lead to a spate of high-profile cases where celebrities have taken their own lives.