Posts Tagged ‘Champions League’

Officials within UEFA are said to be up in arms at the prospect of Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur muddying up their elite Champions League competition next season, believing it to be the work of the Football Association gaining revenge for their treatment in recent years from FIFA.

The Premier League has officially unveiled its Fourth Place Trophy, following years of campaigning to have it introduced by Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger.

The footballing world is today reeling from the news that K.A.A. Gent will take on VfL Wolfsburg in the stand-out tie of the first knockout round of the Champions League.

Arsenal are today celebrating their qualification and inescapable first knockout round exit from the Champions League following their 3-0 victory at Greek side Olympiacos.

Arsène Wenger last night rued the fact that he couldn’t celebrate Arsenal’s 2-0 win over Champions League favourites Bayern Munich by returning to his Totteridge home in his flying car.

Arsenal manager Arsène Wenger has reacted to criticisms over his team’s lack of defensive awareness by dismissing completely the entire notion of defending, a stance that is sure to come as no surprise to anyone who has visited the Emirates Stadium in the last nine years.

Manchester United defender Luke Shaw is determined to look on the bright side after his horrific leg break in his side’s Champions League tie ruled him out for the next six months, after saying that he is relieved that he won’t have to deal with the insufferable security guard who mans the entrance to United’s Carrington training ground complex.

Celtic manager Ronny Deila is today ‘looking back with pride’ after his side managed to get themselves knocked out of the Champions League at the qualifying stage for the fourth time in six seasons at the hands of Swedish outfit Malmö.

FC Barcelona are once more champions of Euope, following their 3-1 victory over Juventus. But how exactly will they celebrate their fifth Champions League success?