Liverpool are yet to pick up any victories in the league this season, but the players performance is the least of manager Brendan Rodgers' concern as the tactician apparently is more worried about the officials.
Only managing to pick up victories against bottom teams so far this season in the league, things will get difficult for Tottenham Hotspur this weekend as they travel to Old Trafford and challenge Manchester United.
The Daily September 27 report brings interesting recap of the latest stuffs happening at Major League Soccer. One of the exciting news came from LA Galaxy who are just one step away from qualifying into the Concacaf Champions League quarter final.
Newcastle are still far from reaching the same heights as last season, but the club apparently have the utmost trust on current manager, Alan Pardew.
After successfully guiding Newcastle into Europa League football this season after finishing fifth on the league table last season, the Magpies awarded an eight year contract extension for Pardew.
The hearing verdict finally arrives for Chelsea captain, John Tery, and it's not actually a pleasing one for him as he is being handed a four game ban plus 220,000 pound fine by the FA, following the clash with Queens Park Rangers' defender, Antoine Ferdinand, last season.
Arsenal are having an excellent start to their season, yet to be beaten, conceding low amount of goals and having their new signings settling pretty quickly with the team. All of this positive things set to continue after latest news revealed that the Gunners' long injured midfielder, Jack Wilshere, gets a return date.
Hearts are set to host Kilmarnock on Saturday as they aim for what would only be their second home win so far this season.
Speaking ahead of the weekend match, Hearts' manager, John McGlynn, stated that his side's meeting against Kilmarnock will not be an easy task, that's why he urged his players to work hard on Saturday.
When 19 year old Ryan Tunnicliffe came on as a substitute for Manchester United in their Capital Cup game against Newcastle last night (Wednesday), not only was it a personal landmark for him but he made his father £10,000 better off as a result of a bet placed with William Hill when Ryan was just nine years old that he would grow up to play for United’s first team.
John Terry is looking upbeat this Thursday as he arrived at Wembley stadium early on the day for day four of his hearing with FA regarding the alleged racial case.
With the verdict of that hearing set to be revealed later on the day, the England captain has every reason to be positive as he can finally set his 100% focus in playing for Chelsea, although he doesn't seem to be distracted much when starting for his side during their League Cup tie on Tuesday.
The fourth round of the League Cup will be filled with much more interesting battles compared to its previous round, one of the potentially stand out match is Chelsea's meeting with Manchester United at Stamford Bridge.
Ac Milan ended their winless home run this season after picking up a 2-0 victory over Cagliari on Wednesday, but assistant manager, Mauro Tassotti, still urge for more improvement from his team in upcoming games.