Ahead of his team's clash against Arsenal this Sunday, Manchester City's manager, Roberto Mancini, went on to praise his upcoming opponent, claiming that Arsene Wenger's team will be a strong title contender this season.
Still bitter about the result from their previous league game, Everton's boss, David Moyes ensured everyone that the disappointment won't be affecting his players' morale ahead of their tip to Swansea this Saturday.
09/20/12: The Daily - MLS goals
Andrew and Greg recap midweek MLS and CCL games including New York Red Bulls against Sporting Kansas City and Seattle Sounders versus Marthon, and discuss DC United's upcoming match against The Philadelphia Union.
Western Union have become the new global partner of the UEFA Europa League. To celebrate, Western Union have committed to turn every successful pass in this season’s competition into funding to provide one day’s education for young people around the world.
Glasgow Celtic's assistant manager, Johan Mjallby, revealed to Celtic TV that his team won't be underestimating their opponent in the Scottish Premier League this Saturday, Dundee, that are currently sitting last in the league table.
Tottenham Hotspurs' manager Andre Villas-Boas might be disappointed with the controversial refereeing during his side's Europa League tie against Lazio on Thursday, but the Portuguese is not concern over a bigger issue that occurred on that game.
Having a poor start to their season, losing all four games and even conceding six goals in their last outing left a bad mark for Southampton. However, manager, Steve Adkins, remains positive about his team's condition and believe they can bounce back immediately.
Blackburn Rovers are having an excellent start to their Championship campaign, leading the table after six games and looking to get back into the premier league next season. This situation brought plenty of joy for their manager, Steve Kean, who credited his two strikers, Nuno Gomes and Jordan Rhodes' fine form as the key to their current success.
Chelsea were expecting to kick off their Champions League campaign with a victory, but left disappointed after only able to pick up a point against Juventus on Wednesday. Manager, Roberto Di Matteo, rues their inability to defend a two goals lead against the Italian giant, but admit that his side were facing a quality opponent.
Having been out from the Champions League for two seasons, Juventus are finally back this year. This condition gives plenty of excitement for their players, who believes that this competition has always been Juve's playing ground.