- Tue Oct 3 4:33 PM
The guys talk about Toronto FC's stellar season and challenges of a short window between Mexican seasons. LAFC president Tom Penn calls in to talk about building his squad. Bob Bradley "doesn't have anything to prove" on his return to management with Los Angeles FC, with the man key to his MLS re...
- Tue Oct 3 9:09 AM
Courtney Baker-Richardson signed for Swansea this summer. Just 0.012 percent of players in the organised youth game make it into Premier League, according to Michael Calvin's new book, "No Hunger in Paradise." But the story of Swansea striker Courtney Baker-Richardson is surely enough to restore...
- Sat Sep 30 5:14 PM
Diafra Sakho, the man who tried to engineer a move to Rennes on the final day of the transfer window, lifted the pressure on Slaven Bilic when he settled a dreadful game in West Ham’s favour with a winner in the 90th minute. Bilic limps on, safe from the sack for now. He faced mutiny from the Lon...
- Sat Sep 30 10:10 AM
Monaco and Swansea are two of the examples of why it could happen
|I talked to the doctor; he has locked his knee in the past and it happened again today,
said Portuguese head coach Carvalhal.
I asked him after the game and he said the knee is much better,
said Carvalhal. I don't think it's a big problem but let's see if it's a small problem or if it's not a problem.
I was there two years. After the second season when we got to the play-offs, it was the third best points total in 150 years of the history of the club,
Carvalhal said. We had one play-off final and one semi-final. They were unbelievable, emotional moments, that makes me think I belong an...
We won't take any risks and there will be changes because I will protect some players,
said Carvalhal. Ask me to stay in the Premier League or win the Cup, and I say Premier League because it is more important to the club.