Manchester United may have endured a disappointing campaign for large parts of the season but the recent upturn of form bodes well for the future. The players have been rejuvenated since the arrival of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer in October. The Norwegian has been able to return the club to its principles of quick transition attacks […]Read More
The former player and winger of Manchester United named Zoran Tosic has recently rejoined the club of Partizan Belgrade on a basis of a free transfer. The player who is just 30 years old had been playing as a free agent i.e. without any charge, since the expiration of his contract at the CSKA Moscow […]Read More
Even the great Sir Alex Ferguson was not immune to making transfer mistakes at Manchester United. The captures of Dong Fangzhou, Eric Djemba-Djemba, Federico Macheda and Juan Sebastian Veron stick out like sour thumbs in an otherwise glittering 27-year tenure at Old Trafford for the Scottish gaffer. However, the 2008/2009 transfer window saw the legendary […]Read More
Partizan players are expected to play a key game of the season against Besiktas on Thursday as part of the play-off phase of qualifications for the Europa League on Thursday. Black and whites played 1: 1 in the first match, and here is how the current Serbian vice-champion went through the history of Turkish clubs […]Read More
CSKA Moscow were hoping to seal the deal for Abel Hernandez but the former Hull City player has failed a medical, as per reports. The entire process is in doubts now as the Russian side is not eager to move ahead. Hernandez refused to extend his deal with KCOM Stadium so he has been without […]Read More
Two Ukrainian soccer clubs made the list of 50 richest clubs in the world, according to Soccerex Football Finance. Manchester City led the list with squad valuation in the range of €637 million. Arsenal and Paris St Germain followed in second and third place. The report looked at the fixed assets of the clubs, the […]Read More
The 30 year old Serbian winger ZoranTosic recently completed his return to FK Partizan on August 28 of 2017 as the talented dribbler finished his move from CSKA Moscow over to FK Partizan which he used to perform in a few years ago. In a recent interview that was made with the veteran player, Tosic […]Read More
Hull City manager Leonid Slutsky was a surprise pick this summer to lead the club from the ashes of the Championship back to the top flight. The club shocked many as they turned to the Russian to help them following their relegation but he has started on a good note. The manager – with a […]Read More
Former CSKA player Zoran Tosic believes that AleksandrGolovin would make the right move by signing to Arsenal. Indeed the midfielder has been rumored to be close to a signing with the London club, and Tosic believes that this will be a right move for the player. The CSKA president has denied the interest and said […]Read More
CSKA Moscow and Zenit Petersburg are 2 of the clubs that have a real chance of winning the Russian Premier League of this current season, both of them have gathered 39 points from their 20 opening league matches.
With less than 11 matches remaining in the league, things are getting fairly intense and fans are feeling it as there was an incident which occurred on March 4 when CSKA Moscow faced off with Zenit Petersburg in a league match that concluded with a goal-less draw but the result was not what shined, the thing that managed to reach the headlines of websites were the fans.
Fans from both clubs clashed in the stands as the match was going on. The game was played at the CSKA Arena and in this stadium there is a tall metal fence which splits the home fans from the away but some supporters started to jump around and cause havoc upon the other section and this is when the trouble began.
Russia has traditionally have had an issue involving hooligans and fans causing problems in football matches and this is something that has concerned people as the upcoming 2018 FIFA World Cup will be hosted by Russia and if this problem continues to emerge, it could lead to bigger issues which can even put in danger the lives of people and players themselves.
The president of FIFA Gianni Infantino did recently say that he is not concerned about this problem as there are plans believed to be taking place in order to avoid seeing hooligans and this kind of issue emerging in the near future.Read More