The Daily September 28 report brings another interesting stuffs from Major League Soccer, reviewing some interesting game for the weekend such as Vancouver Whitecaps' match up against Seattle Sounders on Saturday.
Ahead of the big match clash against As Roma on the weekend, Juventus' goalkeeper coach, Claudio Fillipi, refused to make a fuss about previous Zdenek Zeman coach regarding the Bianconeri, currently ban coach Antonio Conte.
Ahead of Kilmarnock's travel to Hearts this Saturday, Killie's manager, Kenny Shiels is expecting a good result for his side.
Speaking to the press, Kenny revealed that he won't be making much changes to the squad this Saturday with the one that successfully defeated St Mirren on previous weekend.
Italian Serie A enter its sixth week starting this Saturday with two interesting match in store, with Ac Milan traveling to Parma while Juventus host As Roma in Turin.
Milan will be looking to continue their midweek victory with another three points at Parma, but Rossoneri tactician, Massimiliano Allegri, is expecting another tough match at Ennio Tardini.
Unlike some managers, Everton's David Moyes apparently isn't having the slightest concern if his star players are being monitored by the club's rivals.
Having the tendency of selling their stars, Moyes revealed that if other clubs are interested in his players, they must come with a huge offer as he isn't selling for cheap.
Ahead of Saturday big match clash between Chelsea and Arsenal, the Blues' skipper John Terry have to endure such a tough week but his manager, Roberto Di Matteo, seems eager to give an important role for Terry for their weekend tie.
Speaking to the media ahead of Dundee United's weekend game against Inverness Caledonian Thistle FC, Dundee's assistant manager Paul Hegarty hopes that his side can immediately bounce back from last week's 3-0 defeat against Hearts and grab all three points on Saturday.
Manchester United welcome Tottenham Hotspur at Old Trafford on Saturday and despite the injury problems Sir Alex Ferguson's having with his team, he remains confident over United's chance in getting a victory.
Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini might not be delighted yet with his side's performance in this early stage of the season, but the Italian tactician still believe that City will re-claim their Premier League title.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is worried with his back line situation as injury problems continue to trouble them.
Speaking ahead of their weekend game against Tottenham Hotspur, Ferguson hopes that his team can get through their next three games unscathed as after the international break, things might get better for United's back line with the return of Chris Smalling.
Being widely known as a controversial player himself, current Marseille midfielder, Joey Barton, consider the recent four match-ban received by John Terry is a farce.
Shouting his opinion via Twitter, Barton who played for Queens Park Rangers' last season believe that FA should be embarrassed with the sentenced their giving as the 30-year-old thinks that Terry should be getting heavier punishment.
Arsenal fans will be feverishly scratching the back of their heads to remember the last time they saw Jack Wilshere in a red shirt after boss Arsene Wenger confirmed he is set for a return next month, as reported on the bet365 site.