In the pursuit of titles and trophies, the basic fundamentals of football have been lost. Former international Serbegeth ‘Shebby’ Singh shares his list of entertainers in the 2020-2021 season.
Manchester City can clinch the Premier League title when it hosts Chelsea this weekend, eager to avenge its FA Cup defeat to the Londoners and set a marker for the Champions League final between the clubs.
The Covid-19 pandemic has conditioned people in football to rethink and modify their spending patterns. The European Super League, on the other hand, would have had them overlook this.
The only real ‘solution’ in trying to overcome Johor Darul Ta’zim is to play every match against them with fingers crossed.
Ryan Mason, the youngest manager in the history of the Premier League, has a chance for some silverware when Tottenham Hotspur plays Manchester City in the League Cup final today. Can Spurs find a way to win without Jose Mourinho?
Former Selangor skipper Yap Nyim Keong, who lifted the Burnley Cup in 1970, is sad and frustrated that a piece of Malaysian football history remains missing.
Norwich is back in the Premier League while Sheffield United’s two-year stay in the top flight ended last week.
Football teams should not spend lavishly on players if they cannot afford it. A salary cap, however, would be unfair to teams that can afford pricey athletes.
Manchester City and Chelsea, placed in different halves of the Champions League draw, meet in the FA Cup semifinals this weekend while bottom-placed Sheffield United fights for Premier League survival in match against Wolves.
Jose Mourinho could win Tottenham’s first trophy since 2008 yet get the sack if results do not improve in the Premier League.
Veteran youth coach N. Rada Krishnan says coaches must adopt specific coaching and interpersonal skills to nurture young talents and not kill their enthusiasm in a bid to create a winning team.
In his book ‘Football Knowledge – Guideline Book for Players’, veteran youth football coach N. Rada Krishnan outlines roles of parents, guardians and football administrators about do’s and don’ts in developing young talents.
With the ongoing political instability, perhaps it is time to adopt the ‘whole of society’ approach in pushing for sports policies and blueprints to ensure it is community-driven and that the objectives are met – regardless of who is in power.