The new Premier League season kicking off in less than a weeks’ time.
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.
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.
Arsene Wenger made his final trip to Old Trafford as Arsenal manager on Sunday, as he looked to get one over on a long-time foe in Jose Mourinho before he heads for the Emirates exit.
Last year’s Premier League champions Chelsea, and manager Antonio Conte will have been preparing in the summer to mount a strong defence of their title.
Manchester City was probably expecting to win the Premier League title with victory over Swansea City this coming Sunday, with the odds stacked heavily against basement club West Brom beating Manchester United at Old Trafford.
The quarterfinals of the Champions League 2017/18 could be seen as one of the most entertaining group of fixtures in the competition for a long while.