AtlA�tico and Arsenal look to go even further…
UEFA Europa League
Saturday, ArsA?ne Wenger helped give Arsenal and their supporters one more nice momenta��perhaps for the final time. And now it’s time for everyone to move on.
On Wednesday afternoon, Manchester United needed to defeat Ajax in order to return to the Champions League. They would do just thata��fairly simply, actually.
John Terry got a deserving send-off, Harry Kane did it again, and Arsenal’s streak is over. Thus ends another chapter of the English Premier League.
It looks like this will finally be the season Arsenal’s top-four streak comes to an end. On the other hand, who will join Tottenham and Chelsea in Europe?
When it comes to FC Bayern, we’ve grown to expect a certain level of dominance. But just because we’re not seeing it doesn’t mean it’s all their fault.
Like the UCL, the Europa League group stage has come and gone. Were there any surprises? And, what intriguing matchups lie ahead?
The UCL group stage has come and gone, and with it, a couple of surprises have looked our way. What does it mean going forward, and who drops into Europa?
Ultimately, JA?rgen Klopp and his Liverpool side had a disappointing campaign. Despite two cup finals, they won nothing. There’s no Europe. So, now what?
Slaven BiliA�’s first season in charge of West Ham United was a promising one, but how can they build on that?
Luck is a big part of football. Sevilla benefited from plenty in the first half, but made it count in the second half en route to their 3rd straight title.
One last chance: Sevilla v. Liverpool, with a spot in next season’s UCL on the line. Will Sevilla win their 3rd in a row, or can Klopp’s men end the run?
Remember in 2013 when Spanish football died? Well, we’re this close to an All-Spanish Europe. What else has happened since the BVB-Bayern final?
Could we be looking at an All-Spanish final in the Europa League? Here’s what to watch for in the first leg of each semi-final matchup.
Who moves on to the semi-finals? Shakhtar, Braga; Sevilla, Bilbao; Liverpool, Dortmund; Prague, Villarreala��each tie remains relatively wide open.
In the first leg, home teams dominateda��winning six of eight while drawing the other two. Will the trend continue in the second leg?
There are a few final-worthy ties in the Europa League Round of 16, as well as domestic intrigue. Who will have a leg up after Thursday?
We’ve got thirteen matches left in the EPL season, and Leicester City continue to defy our expectations.