The weekend’s here, and there’s a lot to look forward to if you’re a football fan. In case you missed anything today, we’ve got a little something from almost everywhere in this evening’s roundup.
On this week’s episode of the SL Podcast, host Stephen Darwin is joined by regular SL blogger Gary Andrews and The Guardian’s Rob Smyth.
Will Riley Be Unbiased for Manchester United-Everton Cup Clash?
Soccerlens and Chelsea sponsor Samsung partnered up to give away two tickets on the Chelsea end for tomorrow’s FA Cup semi v. Arsenal at Wembley, and congratulations are in order to lucky Esme Inglis.
Chelsea 2009/10 Home Shirt Leaked
Want to get a look at the kits that Chelsea could be sporting on the pitch next season? You can check them out over at the SL shirts blog.
Three of the English Premier League’s big guns are busy with FA Cup action this weekend, but there’s still plenty going on this weekend, especially in a tight relegation/survival battle.
Aston Villa Should Focus on 5th
Aston Villa’s hopes of Champions League football next season may be all but gone, but there’s still plenty for Martin O’Neill’s side to play for down the stretch.
Rafa Benitez isn’t a lot of people’s favorite person right now, but a name at the top of that list looks to be Sam Allardyce, who doesn’t think that the Liverpool manager is very sportsmanlike.
Can Barcelona overcome a tough test at Getafe to keep their six-point lead atop the La Liga table? Check out our weekend preview of round 31 in Spain’s La Liga.
The title race is as tight as it’s ever been in the Bundesliga, and while you can’t put it past Bayern Munich to go on and maintain their supremacy, current leaders Vfl Wolfsburg and fellow contenders Hamburg SV have the chance of a lifetime.
We’re down to the last four of the UEFA Cup semis, and not only do we have an all-German semi and an all-Ukrainian semi, there’s a derby twist to each tie.
Manchester City bowed out of the UEFA Cup with a 4-3 aggregate loss to Hamburg SV, but there are a lot of positives to be taken from last night’s 2-1 win at Eastlands.
It’s widely anticipated that Manchester City will replace Mark Hughes as manager at the end of the season in favor of a bigger name, but should the Welshman stay on despite a disappointing campaign?
Height doesn’t matter to today’s lovely lady, who previously dated one of the tallest players in the Premier League but is currently stepping out with one of the shortest.