Summer Transfer Window 2017/18 – Winners & Losers : Liverpool

Liverpool had a pretty dull transfer window compared to their counterparts. Let's look how they fared in the Summer Transfer Window 2017/18. TRANSFERS IN : Mohamed Salah (25) | Winger (RW) | From AS ROMA (€42 millions) Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (24) | Midfielder (RM) | From ARSENAL (€38 millions) Andrew Robertson (23) | Defender (LB) | From HULL CITY (€9 millions) Dominic... Continue Reading →

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Summer Transfer Window 2017/18 – Winners & Losers : Manchester City

Manchester City were one of the biggest spenders in this season's transfer window in the whole of Europe. They made several big money signings as Pep Guardiola seems to target the Premier League and a good run in the UEFA Champions League. Let's review their Summer Transfer Window 2017/18. TRANSFERS IN : Benjamin Mendy (23) |... Continue Reading →

Most Famous Cricket Series & Trophies !!!

Cricket is more than just a game, it is a religion for die-hard fans and when it comes down to the clash between any two arch-rivals then automatically the fans of both the teams have more than just a sight of entertainment. There are numerous rivalries and perpetual trophies currently running which are famous worldwide... Continue Reading →

Chelsea swoop in for English duo?

Chelsea are looking to bolster their roster by recruiting more players into a side which is stretched thin. The squad currently has only 19 players available for selection with Kenedy and Diego Costa being told that their Chelsea career is apparently over. A 19-man squad on paper doesn't sound too bad. But when you consider... Continue Reading →

World XI Squad unveiled by PCB

Right handed pretorian local and South Africa's star batsman Faf du Plessis has been announced as the captain of the 14 player team for World XI. The World XI team has a schedule of 3 T-20 Internationals for the Independence Cup against Pakistan to be held at the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore on 12th, 13th and 15th of... Continue Reading →

Wayne Rooney: The End of an Era

Wayne Rooney decided to hang up his boots for the Three Lions as he edged out on being the most capped English Player ever by barely 6 games to Peter Shilton with the latter being capped 125 times for England. Although Wayne Rooney recently surpassed Sir Bobby Charlton as the highest scoring Englishman ever by... Continue Reading →

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