In keeping with tradition, the UEFA Super Cup opens the new football season in Europe in August, bringing the Champions
Manchester City have regained the Premier League title, their fifth in the last ten years and their third in four
Manchester City’s Women’s Super League title hopes appear to be fading while Chelsea inch closer to the crown after an
Willian, who joined the Blues in 2013, left the club at the end of last season following the expiration of his contract.
Remarkably, this is the third time that the two finalists have faced each other in the biggest match in English football, with Arsenal coming out on top on both occasions.
In 1998/99 Manchester United won the league, FA Cup and Champions League, lifting all three in the space of 10 memorable May days. But in the Premier League their record of 79 points is the second lowest of the 13 titles, as they edged past Arsenal by a point. In a poll conducted by MM, Mark Stillman finds out just why that iconic season is considered the best.
A look back inside the game between Manchester United and Chelsea, the European Cup final from 2008.
When Manchester City lined up against Crystal Palace the other week, it looked as though 11 ice lollies had taken to the field, in their bright yellow and pink kits.
Modern sport, and football in particular, looks to have developed an ever increasing reliance on statistics.
Pep Guardiola and Maurizio Sarri’s teams last season played out two of the Champions League’s most entertaining matches when Manchester City and Italian side Napoli met in the group stages of the competition.
With Manchester City having strolled to the Premier League title and Liverpool through to the Champions League final, Manchester United’s season could end in disaster – unless they beat Chelsea in tomorrow’s FA Cup final.