[caption id="attachment_31105" align="aligncenter" width="650"] (August 11, 2014 - Source: Clive Mason/Getty Images Europe)[/caption] Even though Real Madrid lost out on La Liga’s title to crosstown rivals Atletico, Los Blancos won out in the end with a thrilling 4-1 win to win the fabled La Decima, their tenth Champions League title. However, this doesn’t seem to be enough, as Real, as per usual, spent an exorbitant amount of money in
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger today put an end to one of the summer's longest-running and emotionally charged transfer sagas - that of want-away striker Luis Suarez. Speaking to reporters after Arsenal's 3-0 Champions League win over Fenerbahce, Wenger was asked if a deal for striker Suarez was dead. "Yes. Absolutely no chance of that," Wenger responded, definitively confirming a move for Liverpool's controversial Uruguayan is no longer on the cards.
With the departure of former manager Jose Mourinho to Chelsea, former PSG manager Carlo Ancelotti has a chance to restore Real Madrid back to its proper glory. The 54-year-old native of Reggiolo, Italy would replace the mercurial 50-year-old Portuguese national, on a three-year deal, after spending the last two years at Parcs des Princes and PSG (Paris Saint-Germain) Ancelotti has the mental focus and fortitude to bring both domestic and
Nyon, Switzerland was at the center of the European football world, as the Champions League draw was held early this morning. Looking at the draw, early buzz is going to be key as fans get to see big match-ups right at the beginning. Christiano Ronaldo and Real Madrid CF vs Wayne Rooney and Manchester United are the headline opening round game. However, a second interesting matchup to watch will be Bastian Schweinsteiger and FC Bayern Munich vs Theo Walcott and Arsenal, who hope to reach the finals at