Robinho joins Adebayor at Basaksehir

Robinho, Emmanuel Adebayor’s former strike-partner when they were both playing for Manchester City, has signed up for Istanbul Basaksehir, the Super Lig leaders – so their partnership can be re-born!

The thirty-four year Brazilian has switched from another Turkish outlet Sivasspor (currently in 9th position in the table) after some impressive performances over the previous year. Robinho has played quite well this season and has managed to secure 8 goals for Sivasspor, becoming the third top scorer of the Turkish league in the process. However, Istanbul Basaksehir has made an announcement that the Brazilian forward is going to join their team on one and half year contract, which will take them to the end of the 2019/20 season. (more…)

Emery has improved Arsenal

Former Arsenal striker Emmanuel Adebayor believes that the new Arsenal manager has improved the team since his arrival. He said that he has been following the team whenever he had some free time and he believes that the club is tougher to beat now.


Emmanuel Adebayor said that he watched the London derby between Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal and he was impressed by how Arsenal was playing during this game. He said that they did not give Tottenhamplayers time and space on the ball and that they were fighting for every ball.

Arsenal legend believes Belgian striker could turn things around for Crystal Palace

Arsenal legend-turned-pundit Ian Wright believes Christian Benteke could be influential towards turning the club’s form in the Premier League in the forthcoming months. The south London outfit have made a slow start to the current campaign and they are currently just one point above the drop after the opening 13 matches.


Moreover, they have also struggled upfront with the joint-lowest goal tally of just eight alongside Huddersfield Town and this has come about from the ineffectiveness of Alexander Sorloth and Jordan Ayew upfront in the absence of Benteke through a knee injury. Speaking exclusively to 90min, Wright suggested that Benteke still has hope of cementing a regular berth with the Eagles upfront, considering the club’s woes in the scoring department this term.

John Salako heaps praise on Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson

Former Crystal Palace player and coach John Salako has heaped praise on manager Roy Hodgson for providing the stability at Selhurst Park. The former England manager was recruited by the south London side last season when they were without a point or goal after the opening four matches but he managed to transform their fortunes as they finished 11th on the table with 44 points.

The Capital outfit have since started the new season in a similar kind of form and Salako, who had been a first-team coach under ex-Palace boss Alan Pardew, has heaped praise on the progress made over the past one year by Hodgson, he told TalkSPORT: “Absolutely incredible. It just seemed to be a disaster and he was asking some players to do things they couldn’t do, like playing a back five, and he just lost that dressing room. But Roy, he has got so much experience and he had a lot to prove after the England situation at the Euros, where we failed miserably, so I think it was the right place at the right time with the right club and the right backroom staff.”


It is a decade this weekend since Sheikh Mansour took over the ownership of Premier League champions Manchester City. It has been real transformation since then for The Cityzens.

Manchester City have won three league titles, as much as Chelsea and city rivals Manchester United. The club has won three League Cups and the FA Cup as well, and with Pep Guardiola as manager they are seeking the elusive UEFA Champions League title.


Bristol City have been linked with a move for experienced winger Aiden McGeady, as per reports. The player is set to exit his current club Sunderland after they were relegated to the League One. Sunderland are set to make further changes after their fall from grace to grass. They left the top flight and could not cope in the stressful Championship. Even former Wales manager Chris Coleman could not stop the bleeding.

McGeady was decent under Coleman but with the results not coming in, the Welshman demanded more from the player. The Euro 2016 coach wanted more from the former Preston player who was experiencedin the Championship. He recognized the abilities of the player but was frustrated with what he was delivering week in week out. At some point, Coleman was cool with McGeady but at certain other times they were not in good terms.

Emmanuel Adebayor JOINS Basaksehir

The captain of Togo national team, Emmanuel Adebayor has joined the last season Turkish Super League runners-up, MedipolBasaksehir of Istanbul, who suddenly outburst as the league contenders last season and ultimately ended as the first runners-up, just four points behind the champions, Besiktas.


It was announced by the club through their official Instagram page that the former Arsenal, Manchester City, Real Madrid, Tottenham Hotspurs and Crystal Palace striker was joining, by posting a picture of the Togolese undergoing a medical.


The chairman of the club, Mustafa Seral announced to the news agencies that the 33-year old forward was signing on a one and a half year deal which will see his contract till 30th of June, 2018 and will see him making a “major contribution” to his side while financial details remain undisclosed.


Adebayorhad been a free agent since departing Crystal Palace at the end of last year. He however skippered Togo at the Africa Cup of Nations in Gabon where the country exited at the group stage after losing to DR Congo in 3-1 defeat. (more…)


Arsenal have unveiled their latest acquisition Alexandre Lacazette after years of chasing the now former Lyon striker.


The Premier League side have taken a massive show of commitment towards rebuilding the side after reaching new lows last term.


Arsene Wenger is expected to tie up outstanding deals and get set for the pre-season in a time where many expect more. Wenger seems to have gotten his replacement after the exit of Robin van Persie. Since the exit of the Dutchman, Arsenal have managed other strikers but none was quite at that level.


Wenger chased Luis Suarez but it ended in the Merseyside club laughing out and being embarrassed at the £40 million and £1 bid. The hunt for Gonzalo Higuain, Alvaro Morata, KarimBenzema and EdinsonCavani all ended futile.


Through the wait, Lukas Podolski, Olivier Giroud, YayaSanogo, Danny Welbeck and recently Lucas Perez have played in the role that used to have marquee signings. Welbeck is the likely one that would remain past this summer to help Lacazette settle down in his new role.

Podolski and Sanogo are out. Giroud seems headed for West Ham, Everton or Lyon as he would want where he can get regular football ahead of the 2018 World Cup. Perez has not repaid the faith in him after Wenger splashed £17 million last summer so he seems headed back to Spain. (more…)

Brazil developing well

The Brazil national team is progressing well according to their coach Tite. He believes that the national team has put the disappointment of the last World Cup behind them and that they are playing again as a team that can win trophies.


Indeed they have become the first country to qualify on the pitch for the next World Cup in Russia, and they are back at the top of the FIFA World Rankings after an absence of 7 years. There are signs that the squad is developing well and that they may become one of the favorites of the next World Cup.


Tite said that he inherited a team that lacks confidence and that was humiliated from the defeat against Germany. He said that he had to work really hard to rebuild the team and build a good team spirit within the team.


He believes that he has succeeded in his job and this why the team has been playing so well in recent games. He said that the current team does not rely on a single player only and that they play as a team. (more…)


Former Premier League striker Emmanuel Adebayor has taken his goalscoring prowess to Turkey.

The African player grabbed his first goal for the Turkish Super Lig side he is signed onto Istanbul Basaksehir.

Adebayor hoped to get a contract with a Premier League outfit but he could not. He had to move to Turkey as a free agent as he opted to continue playing professional football.

The 33-year old former Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur striker was released by Crystal Palace at the end of last season. He was rumoured to be on his way to France to play for Lyon during the summer but the deal failed to materialize. (more…)