It’s all over. After a dull affair in Madrid, Liverpool emerged as 2-0 winners against Tottenham in an all-English final. The Reds now have six Champions League titles to their name, and the success doesn’t look to stop here. But can the same be said for Spurs?
The 2018-19 Premier League season saw plenty of consistent performers, but who stood above the rest in each position? There are some obvious candidates, but others may surprise you. Read on for our personal Best XI of the Premier League season.
The top half of the Premier League Table showcased excellence, overachievement, and even a few disappointments. Things at the lower end, however, got much hairier over the course of the season. The Britons bore witness to boring and defensive football, almost unparalleled mediocrity, and more of Rafa Benitez’s miracle work at Newcastle. Read on to see how teams 11-20 did this season!
After an hour delay for lightning, Memphis 901 FC strikes thrice in home victory against New York Red Bulls U23.
The dust finally settled; Manchester City are back-to-back champions of England, while Liverpool fall just short yet again. Chelsea and Tottenham round out our champions league qualifiers, while Huddersfield and Fulham set new standards for mediocrity. So relax, pour yourself a glass of Blue Note Bourbon, and read on to see how the Top 10 teams fared in the first half of our 2018/19 Premier League Review.
In one of the most dramatic Champions League Semi finals ever, the two English teams, Liverpool and Tottenham, each came back from 3 goal deficits in the 2nd half to win their tie.
The fans got their money’s worth with plenty of stoppage time. Unlike their prior match, Memphis was able to hang onto a 2-1 lead and earn their second franchise victory. Soccer columnist Casey breaks down each player’s performance and more.
Despite offensive brilliance (by 901 FC terms), the boys in blue failed to capitalize on a rainy May afternoon at AZP. However, the match did not lack for entertainment.
The semifinalists for this year’s UEFA Champions League are set, and with some surprises in tow!
In the first derby for professional soccer in the great state of Tennessee, Nashville walks away with the win 2-0. From the start you could tell that Nashville was the superior team on the night. If you think the rain delay would’ve effected them, it was only in a positive way.