Ah, Liam Brady. Great player. Good read here.
If the Real Betis game is anything to go by then he’ll be just fine. If, as the season goes on, the goals don’t come so easily and the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo and Gareth Bale continue to frustrate and be frustrated then, yes, he’ll be in hot water. Pretty much the same with any Real Madrid coach though.
While this goes mainly to the British audience, I’m sure some in the US are annoyed with having to pay extra for sports packages that still may not get you everything you want.
I don’t think he’ll fear anything. He’ll just leave if he gets too fed up. Third year syndrome. Looks like he won’t be building a dynasty after all.
Derby did get it wrong then but you would think they would’ve learned their lesson whenever they do make it back.
Very interesting piece here.
Really good piece here. I do hope West Bromwich and Everton hold on to their respective players.
Definitely a lot of wingers, or players who are more wingers than anything else, on show this season but I have a few issues with other points in this article.
Milner has played centrally before and many would agree it’s his best position and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is still playing mostly wide even if his eventual position may be in the middle. Cristiano Ronaldo isn’t a forward and Lamela played can play as a No. 10. Also, Bale playing as No. 10 isn’t for creativity, its for goals, which is what happened against Real Betis this weekend.
Basically, there’s a thing such as versatile players.
He was at the double this weekend against Lazio, maybe they really should consider picking him up, and looks a decent player. As always in recent years, Milan letting go young talent before giving them a proper shot.
Really well written piece here. Still worth a read even if most of us know the general story of Andres Escobar.