What did you miss around the football blogosphere yesterday? Catch up with the top stories from Soccerlens and several other top football blogs below.
As domestic seasons wind down across Europe, there are many thrilling title races to follow, but which is the one most worth watching?
One of the leagues that certainly has an argument for the most exciting title race is Ligue 1, where Lyon’s dominance could be set to end. Marseille currently hold top spot, and Lyon are in second, but third-placed Bordeaux is in the best position to claim the crown.
The semifinal pairings for the UEFA Champions League are set – who would you like to see match up in the final in Rome next month?
Manchester United still have a shot at Rome thanks to Cristiano Ronaldo’s amazing goal against Porto on Wednesday. And if you haven’t seen this beauty yet, you should right now.
Disappointing form has seen Ronaldo get a lot of criticism, including from his manager, but Sir Alex Ferguson’s words of wisdom could be sinking in at just the right time.
While Ronaldo has come to United’s rescue many times over his career, including on Wednesday, Federico Macheda did so in his first two first-team appearances for the club recently.
Guus Hiddink is certainly making a case to stay on full-time as Chelsea manager if he wants to, but if he does step away at the end of the season, should Roman Abramovich overlook the likes of Ancelotti and Rijkaard for Everton manager David Moyes?
Not long ago, Inter Milan striker Adriano was linked with Chelsea, but now, the Brazilian is taking a rest from football. Can he come back and show the talent that we know he has, or is he destined to fall off the map completely?
The 2009 Major League Soccer season is less than a month old, but there are already some serious disciplinary issues cropping up around MLS that need to be dealt with.