The great thing about domestic and European football is that even though the summer leads to an extended break more often than not, it’s never a big enough break to warrant any kind of panic from football fans. Within the space of a few weeks it always feels like people are talking about the new season getting underway, which is what we enjoy so much. In the meantime, we can take in a series of other sports,
While the start for Celtic in their Champions League qualifying stage doesn’t look the easiest of away trips in terms of where they are travelling to, it does look to be a game they can win, which will make their second leg a comfortable night at home. They travel to Bosnia on Tuesday night to take on Sarajevo FC, a game they are rightfully favourites for.
The reason why Celtic are a backable price in this one is simply the place they are going to visit.
The UEFA Champions League final last night brought the curtain down on the domestic football season in Europe, as fans look ahead to two months of international football in order to fill the void. Of course, it’s going to take a while for some to come down off of the incredible high that was the season that has just been, especially in the realms of the English game. Teams up and down both the Premier League and the Football League were able to produce some incredible moments and performances,
Great games of football have come and gone over the course of the sport’s history, but as every single year passes us by, the standard seems to get higher and higher – as you’d probably expect. This season things have been no different, as the domestic seasons across Europe continue to come to an end. As we look ahead to this weekend it’s pretty clear to see that there is one major game left on the calendar before we head into the summer,
This season of the English Premier League has officially come to an end, and what a season it has been. In the immediate aftermath of England’s World Cup heroics, there were a lot of question marks as to whether or not the Premier League campaign could capitalise on it. It’s pretty safe to say that they accomplished that goal pretty remarkably, because we wound up with one of the most exciting seasons in the history of the top flight.