So, the Championship season ended just recently with Fulham and Aston Villa playing out the playoff final at Wembley Stadium in what is known as “football’s richest game.”
In the run-up to the game, most people expected plenty of goals from both Liverpool and Real Madrid, in a game that was seen as a neutral’s dream.
David Moyes replaced Slaven Bilic as West Ham manager last November and it was expected that he would then extend his stay at the club after steering them away from danger and up the Premier League table.
Let’s face it, most people would have probably expected Jose Mourinho to continue his great record in cup finals when his Manchester United side took on Chelsea in the FA Cup final at the weekend.
This weekend will see the showpiece of English football take place at Wembley Stadium, the FA Cup final.
A lot has been said and written about Paul Pogba since he made his return to Old Trafford for a fee said to be around the £89 million mark.
Huddersfield Town now head into their two final games of the season knowing that a point is all they need to retain their Premier League status for another season.
While the battle at the top of the Premier League was pretty much over before it began, it’s the other end of the table where the real action is right now, as teams get set to play their final couple of games of the 2017/18 campaign.
What can you say about Zlatan Ibrahimović that hasn’t already been said? He’s comfortably the best Swedish footballer of all time and one of the best players, and characters, to ever play the beautiful game.
The FA Cup is a football competition that is known all around the world, with many countries broadcasting fixtures live over the course of the season.