Land of the Fail: Action necessary as United States out of World Cup

Christian Pulisic

On Tuesday night, a mostly empty stadium in the Caribbean island nation of Trinidad and Tobago played host to the United States national team. A straightforward win – or even a draw – against a lowly T&T side would see the Americans through the hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying. Unfortunately, for the millions of … Continue reading Land of the Fail: Action necessary as United States out of World Cup

Manchester City’s Transfer Blunder: Davinson Sánchez

Davinson Sanchez

Manchester City have spent upwards of €200 million in a transfer window yet to close. The squad’s major weaknesses – full-backs, goalkeeper, and young first team players – have all been addressed. One other concern hasn’t quite been touched upon though: center-backs. Ajax’s star defender Davinson Sánchez has made the move to English rivals Tottenham … Continue reading Manchester City’s Transfer Blunder: Davinson Sánchez

Dani Alves’ rejection of Man City a Blow to Club’s Image

Dani Alves

On July 12, French club Paris St. Germain officially announced the signing of veteran right-back Dani Alves. The 34-year-old Brazilian had left Juventus on a free transfer, but it was widely reported that he would be reuniting with former boss Pep Guardiola at Manchester City. Nevertheless, PSG made came in with a last-ditch offer over … Continue reading Dani Alves’ rejection of Man City a Blow to Club’s Image