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  • Luis Palma: Celtic’s Honduran Winger

    Celtic’s recruitment in the transfer market has been rather underwhelming this season but two signings that have stood out have been Luis Palma and Adam Idah. The Hoops signed Palma for a fee of £3.5 million from Greek side Aris Thessalonki on a five-year contract and has had an impressive first season in Glasgow scoring…

  • Ronaldo Makes Losing Promise to Spanish Side

      By Ludovic Péron – Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31455218     There’s a strong argument to be made for Ronaldo being one of the greatest players of all time. Not the Portuguese one currently topping up his state-sized bank balance in the Middle East, but the criminally underrated legend Ronaldo Luís Nazário de…

  • Ivan Toney’s Uncertain Future at Brentford

    With the January transfer window drawing to a close, it seems Brentford striker Ivan Toney will have to wait until the summer before setting his sights on a move away.   Toney, who has just returned from an eight-month ban for gambling offences, has been vocal about his desire to ‘play for a big club,’…

  • Donny Van de Beek at Manchester United: Right Player, Wrong Time and a Sad Symbol of the Red Devils Dysfunction

    Donny van de Beek was, is and will always be an Ajax man. After attending his first game with his father at age 5, there was only ever going to be one true love for the Dutchman. A historic institution with a solid history of producing world class players such as Patrick Kluivert, Marco van…

  • Did Rangers Get Their Money’s Worth for Ryan Kent?

    Ryan Kent has signed for Turkish Cup champions Fenerbahce on a four-year contract after leaving Rangers as a free agent. The move to the Turkish giants had been rumoured for a number of months and the 26-year-old was also linked with Burnley and Leeds.   Speaking after his move to Turkey, Kent said: “Hello Fenerbahce…

  • Sergio Busquets: The Immortal Metronome

    Immortality. Creating something which lasts forever. That’s what we all are looking for, aren’t we? That long after you’re gone, you won’t be forgotten. Sporting immortality is often achieved through a moment.   Lebron James’s block against the Golden State Warriors, Rafael Nadal’s first Wimbledon title in 2008 and Tiger Woods winning the Masters in…

  • Teemu Pukki’s Five Years at Norwich

    On 10 May 2023, Teemu Pukki pulled on a Norwich City shirt for the final time. He left behind him five years’ worth of countless memories, 88 goals and 29 assists in 209 appearances and two Championship titles. He has etched his name into Norwich folklore and will always be associated with this dramatic period…

  • Edouard Mendy: What’s Next for Chelsea’s Out-Of-Favor Goalkeeper?

    On the 25th of September 2020, Chelsea confirmed the signing of a then 28-year-old goalkeeper Edouard Mendy from Ligue 1 outfit Rennes. Edouard Mendy was in no way a glitterati signing as he was only a goalkeeper with one season of top-flight experience who was joining the Blues for a transfer fee reported to be…

  • Celtic Winger Jota Pays Homage to Portugal Legend Fernando Chalana

    Jota’s lovely chip against Rangers in the first Old Firm game of the season that the Parkhead side won 4-0 was voted as the Scottish Premiership’s goal of the season. The former Benfica man has become an icon amongst the Celtic faithful after signing for the Hoops in 2022 for a fee of £6.4 million.  …

  • Rangers’ Disappointing Treatment Of Former Club Captain Lee Wallace

    Former Hearts, Rangers, Queens Park Rangers, and Scotland defender Lee Wallace has decided to retire from football at the age of 35 years old.  Wallace has been without a club since being released from Queens Park Rangers at the end of last season.   His wife announced the news of his retirement from her Twitter…