Sport 2015 at a Glance

In a few hours, 2016 will officially replace 2015 on the calendar. 2015 was a year rich with news and full of dramatic events and emotional moments. Thus, we are inviting you to take a look at some of the major events that happened during 2015 in pictures. Advertisements

Winter Wishlists

The future of Fabregas with Chelsea remains unclear. Cesc Fabregas is fighting for his position in Chelsea. The Spanish footballer wants to continue his career in Chelsea. Things are getting tougher for Fabregas since Guus Hiddink, the new manager of Chelsea, plans to use more defensive players. However, Hiddink will continue to keep the Spanish midfielder…

Managers after Match

After a the goalless draw at the King Power stadium, both Leicester and Manchester City lost the opportunity to improve their positions in the league. Although, the Foxes’ boss Claudio Ranieri was “very pleased” with team’s performance and added that it is “unbelievable” what they are doing this season. You can also watch Ranieri’s short Interview…

NBA week Review

Top 10 Plays, player stats, Lebron James’s birthday and much more   Player stats in Pictures     Al Horford puts up 30p & 14r and Dwight Howard puts up 30p & 16r as @ATLHawks defeat @HoustonRockets 121-115. https://t.co/hYD3suhBtz — NBA (@NBA) December 30, 2015   LeBron drops 34 (including some way above the rim slams)…

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Louis van Gaal: “I think I was already sacked”

The Red Devils—Manchester United—boss definitely feels a great deal of pressure as his team won only 3 out of 13 games in all competitions. With many changes happening now and speculations over Pep Guardiola’s new job and infinite questions from reporters, LVG ran out of patience. He was glum at United’s pre-match press conference and…

Manager Changes

Several clubs have decided that enough is enough and they won’t put up with poor performances anymore. When a team doesn’t perform at a required level the first to blame, of course, is the manager. Here is the list of some major changes that took place recently. Mourinho-out, Guss Hiddink-in. Jose Mourinho was sacked on…