Manchester City faced Tough Championship League Draw

Manchester City had a tough Champions League draw as they were pitted against Barcelona with a match that kicks off on February 24 at the Etihad Stadium and predictions are already being made as to which team has the upper hand and according to David Villa, the Spanish forward believes that it will be a very close match as both squads have some of the best players in the world but Villa stated that Manchester City is well aware of the weaknesses of Barcelona.

“I think it will be a very close tie. City and Barcelona are two of the best clubs in the world with great players so I’m sure it will be a very good tie to watch. I’m sure that Manuel Pellegrini and all his staff know Barcelona very well. When you face this kind of teams you have to make sure that you make it difficult for them and try to take advantage of their weaknesses.’’ Former Barcelona player, David Villa said.

Before Manuel Pellegrini was selected as the coach of Manchester City on June of 2013, the Chilean manager had already coached a number of clubs including: Real Madrid, Villareal and Malaga just to name a few.

Is the Premier League Race Over?

Just under a third of the Premier League season remains, with each club still slated to play 14 more matches. Typically at this stage, football supporters across England and the rest of the world are gearing up for an exciting finish as the few remaining contenders fight fiercely for the EPL crown. But heading for the home stretch of the 2014/15 campaign, this isn’t the case. In fact, many supporters may already be losing some interest in the Premier League season, simply because the race for the title looks to be all but over.

Manchester United new Season starts with Loss and Draw

This Premier League season of Manchester United kicked off in an abysmal manner as United lost its opening match of their campaign by losing against Swansea City and their next 2 matches ended in draws when playing with Sunderland and Burnley.

When Louis van Gaal was appointed, he had a tough job to do as the Dutch coach was selected in order to re-construct a team that had crumbled to pieces under the guidance of David Moyes and this slow start of the season did not help this process.