Posts tagged Ronaldo
We argue Real Madrid could be fixed in two Senegalese signatures

Adding strength and dynamism to Real Madrid may not be rocket science after all. In Sadio Mane and Kalidou Koulibaly, Senegal might just be the answer to the 3-peat UEFA Champions League winners’ ills. Los Blancos are struggling to keep up with La Liga bitter rivals, Barcelona.

Read More
Coin Toss: Will Manchester United sack Mourinho to get Zidane?

Manchester United have secured just two wins in the first four matches and the media reports have not been tight lipped on the supposed rift between manager Jose Mourinho and world cup winner Pogba. With the serial Champions League winner, Zidane currently jobless, will he eventually be called up for the United job if Mourinho is showed the door?

Read More
FT African Legends Series: Salif Keita, a forgotten hero?

We reminisce the days of “The Black Pearl of Bamako,” the player who scored goals for fun in the Ligue 1, La Liga and pioneered the conquest of the Major League Soccer for players close to retirement.

Read More
Post-Ronaldo Real Madrid: Can they compete?

Without the 40 goals a season forward, Cristiano Ronaldo, should you still have your money on Real Madrid to win something between La Liga, the UEFA Champions League or any silverware at all?

Read More
FT Hidden Gems Series: Despite AC Milan's troubles, will Franck Kessie succeed in Italy?

Meet the Ivorian, Franck Kessie. The 21-year old’s life at AC Milan has been far from ideal, but can he still make a major breakthrough in the Serie A and follow the footsteps of the likes of Kwado Asamoah of Ghana?

Read More
Liverpool qualify for Champions League at the expense of Chelsea

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool poses for a photo with his Premier League Golden Boot Award after scoring his 32nd goal in the Premier League match between Liverpool and Brighton and Hove Albion at Anfield on May 13, 2018 in Liverpool, England.

Read More
Africa’s Best Footballing Moments in 2017

This digest summarizes the most memorable moments in the year as far as African football is concerned, with of course one or two special highlights from around the world. The dominance of Mohamed Salah is captured, Kaka’s career regurgitated, Cameroon’s African triumph recognized amongst many other ground breaking stories of 2017.

 

Read More