Club Monaco

24 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

PSG has already taken the title of champion … while waiting to shine on the European stage. The big Eight. After 1986, 1994, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018, Paris Saint-Germain clinches the eighth title of champion of France in its history. A title that was promised to him for a long time, which took […]

24 Apr 19
Dad Off Duty

Here are my favourite affordable places to shop right now: Zara One of my favourite brands when it comes to finding accent pieces for an affordable price. In this era of fast fashion Zara is king (I’m know H&M will be upset that I didn’t rank them number 1) but this is exactly what draws […]

24 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

MOOD – Like a hot knife in butter, Paris wandered in Ligue 1, until the coronation. Too much ? It's in the box. After only 33 days, PSG took control of the championship. A suprise ? Not really … It was necessary to be endowed with a bad bad faith (or of an unlimited love […]

24 Apr 19
Archy Worldys

All about the news transfers this Tuesday, April 23, 2019, including the identity of the possible successor of Cavani in Paris or Manchester City ready to break his piggy bank for a Spanish international.

23 Apr 19
a curious half hour

I’m in Nelson. It’s Easter. The radio is playing songs I’ve not heard in years. An earworm becomes a memory weevil, eating its way into my flesh, under my skin, disturbing the carefully packaged emotions, that I wrapped and tied so long ago. Russell Morris is singing ‘Rachel’s Coming Home’ and I can’t believe the […]

21 Apr 19
Tiny Texan Thoughts

We woke up this morning later than we would have liked, but our bodies needed it bad. So badly that the overly hard beds we woke up in this morning, felt like clouds last night when we got in them. My hair is one giant knot (thank you wind), my nose is burnt, and I […]

23 Apr 19
Inter Worldwide

Over the course of the week and leading up to the Derby D’Italia, Inter Worldwide will bring you a series of articles outlining our direct rivals for the final UEFA Champions League places. In this edition, Anthony looks to the surprise package of the season, and the ever so deserving & tenacious, Atalanta Bergamo. 

23 Apr 19
AFROINSIDER

<div class=”post-body-inner”>Super Eagles defender Elderson Echiejile made his official debut for HJK Helsinki in Tuesday’s 1-1 draw at home to HIFK in a Finnish League game reports Completesports.com. The draw was the third for HJK Helsinki this season after five games. The Nigerian international who joined HJK on a free transfer in January with an […]

23 Apr 19
Archy news nety

OBJECTIVE – Chris Burton Arsene Wenger believes that Patrick Vieira is destined to return to Arsenal at managerial level at some point in the future. The former Gunners midfielder is currently facing the second challenge of a promising coaching career. After taking on a young man's role at Manchester City after hanging up his boots, […]

23 Apr 19
ginnyent

Brazilian defender, Dani Alves is now most successful footballer in history after winning his 42nd trophy with French giants, Paris Saint-Germain. The attacking right-back wrote his name in football’s history books on Sunday as Paris Saint-Germain retained their Ligue 1 title after thrashing Monaco 3 – 1. At 36, Alves now has 42 trophies following […]

23 Apr 19
Simply Fabulicious

Here’s a little tip if you are looking for a new piece of travel luggage, accessory or wallet. This week, TUMI in Hong Kong will set up a fab Loft experience at Pacific Place Mall at the Garden Court, Level LG1 (open from 11am to 9pm, starting Thursday 25th April to Monday 6 May) to showcase of the […]

23 Apr 19
FootNews

As the hot Manchester chapeau at recent Trafford on Wed (9 pm on RMC Sport), city and Manchester town still exchange goals, wins and signals to require the lead within the Premier League standings. but a month from the tip of the championship, the state of play of a completely crazy race. RMC Sports Premier […]

23 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
YAYA TOURE has hinted he will continue his career in the United States after his disastrous spell at Olympiacos. The Manchester City legend denied rumours that he is set to retire by insisting he wants to play for “two or three years”. Yaya Toure spent eight years with Manchester City before he joined Olympiacos Toure made just five appearances in all competitions for the Greek side before he left by “mutual agreement” in December. The 35-year-old retired from international action in September 2016, but returned to the international set-up in March 2018. But the former Barcelona midfielder has admitted he is not considering retirement and wants to continue playing. He told Canal+: “No one can stop me from playing football, I just decided to take important time off for myself and it is very important to carefully weigh the options. “It’s not the end of retirement from the game because I believe I can still play for another two or three years.” Toure’s senior career started with Belgian club Beveren in 2001 before spells with Metalurh Donetsk, Olympiacos, Monaco, Barcelona and Manchester City. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in sport” posts_category=”18″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] He won the Premier League three times, the Champions League and two La Liga titles with Barcelona and been named as the African Football of the Year four times. When asked where he would like to resume his playing career, he said: “Why not in the United States, or in the Gulf or in Asia? “I will take the time to think and see what I decide next season.” [bc_video video_id=”6028300821001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Man City star Bernardo Silva is one of the leading contenders for the PFA Player of the Year award”]
23 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
YAYA TOURE has hinted he will continue his career in the United States after his disastrous spell at Olympiacos. The Manchester City legend denied rumours that he is set to retire by insisting he wants to play for “two or three years”. Yaya Toure spent eight years with Manchester City before he joined Olympiacos Toure made just five appearances in all competitions for the Greek side before he left by “mutual agreement” in December. The 35-year-old retired from international action in September 2016, but returned to the international set-up in March 2018. But the former Barcelona midfielder has admitted he is not considering retirement and wants to continue playing. He told Canal+: “No one can stop me from playing football, I just decided to take important time off for myself and it is very important to carefully weigh the options. “It’s not the end of retirement from the game because I believe I can still play for another two or three years.” Toure’s senior career started with Belgian club Beveren in 2001 before spells with Metalurh Donetsk, Olympiacos, Monaco, Barcelona and Manchester City. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in sport” posts_category=”4″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] He won the Premier League three times, the Champions League and two La Liga titles with Barcelona and been named as the African Football of the Year four times. When asked where he would like to resume his playing career, he said: “Why not in the United States, or in the Gulf or in Asia? “I will take the time to think and see what I decide next season.” [bc_video video_id=”6028300821001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Man City star Bernardo Silva is one of the leading contenders for the PFA Player of the Year award”]
23 Apr 19
The Sun
YAYA TOURE has hinted he will continue his career in the United States after his disastrous spell at Olympiacos. The Manchester City legend denied rumours that he is set to retire by insisting he wants to play for “two or three years”. Yaya Toure spent eight years with Manchester City before he joined Olympiacos Toure made just five appearances in all competitions for the Greek side before he left by “mutual agreement” in December. The 35-year-old retired from international action in September 2016, but returned to the international set-up in March 2018. But the former Barcelona midfielder has admitted he is not considering retirement and wants to continue playing. He told Canal+: “No one can stop me from playing football, I just decided to take important time off for myself and it is very important to carefully weigh the options. “It’s not the end of retirement from the game because I believe I can still play for another two or three years.” Toure’s senior career started with Belgian club Beveren in 2001 before spells with Metalurh Donetsk, Olympiacos, Monaco, Barcelona and Manchester City. [article-rail-section title=”Most read in sport” posts_category=”321″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] He won the Premier League three times, the Champions League and two La Liga titles with Barcelona and been named as the African Football of the Year four times. When asked where he would like to resume his playing career, he said: “Why not in the United States, or in the Gulf or in Asia? “I will take the time to think and see what I decide next season.” [bc_video video_id=”6028300821001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Man City star Bernardo Silva is one of the leading contenders for the PFA Player of the Year award”]