(Video) Sky Sports reveals the hierarchy at Leeds United admire Marco Silva

No respite for Leeds United fans these days as the bad run of form has now seen the club sack Thomas Christiansen from the managerial position.



There’s a sense of dread looming as the club has sacked another manager with very little time under him, an aspect quite reminiscent of the Massimo Cellino days.

That being said, some interesting names have been thrown into the mix for the vacant managerial spot and none will excite fans more than Marco Silva.

Silva was sacked by Watford last month and Sky Sports suggests that the Leeds board are big admirers of the Portuguese.

The fans though, would be hoping that whoever comes in, drops a few players who have been below standard to make them realise they’re not a guaranteed starters, something which was not quite happening under Thomas Christiansen.

Check out the report from Sky Sports below –



(Footage) Tottenham fans absolutely loved this show of arrogance from Harry Kane last night

Premier League & Champions League defences beware as the world class superstar at Tottenham Hotspur is developing a bit of arrogance.



Harry Kane showed the kind of confidence he nowadays carries with himself as the forward delivered a cheeky message for the cameras after making sure Spurs went away with a point after his penalty resulted in a 2-2 draw against Liverpool.

As the Englishman was leaving the pitch after the full time whistle at Anfield, Kane turned towards the camera following him and said: “You can’t give me two tries.”

Needless to say, the Spurs fans absolutely loved the cheek from Kane, check out a video of the incident below –



(Video) Phil Jones’ game-changing tackle to deny Stoke a certain goal last night

Manchester United maintained their 2nd spot in the points table after a convincing 3-0 win against Stoke City at Old Trafford last night.



It wasn’t all smooth riding though and the game could have been completely different had Phil Jones not put his body on the line to deny Stoke City a certain goal, which would have made the scoreline 1-1 in the first half.

The English defender with another one of his classic saves last night, check it out below –

(Video) Liverpool fans are getting all warm & fuzzy at the thought of Van Dijk playing long balls at Mo Salah

Much delight for Liverpool fans as the Reds finally agreed  a £75 million agreement with Southampton regarding Virgil van Dijk yesterday.



The confirmation ends almost a year of speculation and has Reds fans salivating at the prospect of seeing the Dutch star at the center of their defense from January.

While fans have already been drooling over the 26-year-old’s defensive abilities for some time now, clips circulating on Twitter showcasing his impressive long range passing abilities has now added to the excitement surrounding the player.

Van Dijk may give an additional dimension to Liverpool’s attack especially with his trademark diagonal balls which can unleash speed demon Mo Salah to devastate opposition defences.

With the transfer finally done and dusted reds fans can stop speculating and will be hoping to finally see the star defender in club colors as soon as possible.

Check out some of the clips which shows how Van Dijk make Salah even more deadly –



(Video) Everton youngsters sticking together during a kerfuffle against Swansea

Wayne Rooney missed one and scored one from the spot as Everton’s resurgence under Sam Allardyce continued with a thumping 3-1 win over the Swans yesterday.



Between the two Rooney penalties the crowd at Goodison also got to witness a thumping effort by former Swansea player Gylfi Sigurðsson as the Blues came in from behind to secure all three points.

With the home crowd delighted with the resolute display from the old guard, the young guns also stepped in to remind everyone that the future of Goodison park is in capable hands.

A foul by youngster Jonjoe Kenny on Swansea’s Leroy Fer sparked a mini brawl late in the game with both sets of players getting involved and Everton fans were delighted to see a host of young players coming in to back one of their own.

Check out the incident below –



(Video) Inch-perfect slide tackle from Liverpool’s Joe Gomez during his brilliant performance v Brazil

As much as England owed their 0-0 draw with Brazil to a resolute all round team performance, it is impossible to ignore the standout performance of young Joe Gomez.

The Liverpool defender who has been making waves at club football this season, marked his first international start with a very impressive performance against the offense-heavy Brazilians.



Gomez was outstanding at the back tirelessly putting in the work and the tackles to ensure another clean sheet for the Three Lions.

Gomez also provided what was one of the more exciting moments of the match when he executed an inch-perfect sliding tackle on Paulinho that just about epitomised his unreal passion and desire for the game. Check it out below –



(Video) A West Ham fan spotted having an episode after Ox’ goal during 4-1 Liverpool win

It is often said in football that you’re at your most vulnerable right after you score. The age-old football adage once more came true to cruelly haunt the Hammers and their fans in their home fixture against Liverpool last week.

Granted West Ham weren’t particularly dominating when they halved the deficit to 2-1, yet the capitulation of the Hammers defense right after the goal from Manuel Lanzini perfectly summed up how quickly things can change in football both on and off the pitch.

A video taken by a West Ham fan captured the entire episode of the Hammers faithful rising in ascendancy following the Lanzini goal and the pure utter despair following the Liverpool goal after just 60 seconds.

The lighting quick goal from Liverpool which effectively ended the contest had the West Ham fans in the video swearing, headbanging and just about completely losing it all.

Check out the video below –





Pic: Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani with some much needed perspective on social media

After a promising start to the season, Leeds United seems to have completely lost their plot as the Whites suffered yet another defeat, a 2-1 loss against Derby County at Elland Road last night.

Having lost 5 of their last 6 games, the Leeds fanatics were desperately hoping for a positive result from their side, but yet another defeat has resulted in added distress for the fans as dark clouds have started gathering over newly appointed manager Thomas Christiansen’s future.

However, owner Andrea Radrizzani seemed positive about his team’s performance despite the annoying result, as he took to Twitter after the match to address the Leeds fans.

Radrizzani asked the fans to get behind the team and support them in these difficult moments assuring that the good times are bound to make a return in the near future.

Check out the much needed perspective from the owner below –






(Video) Class Liverpool supporters singing their hearts out despite being 4-0 down during City game

Liverpool were handed an incredibly damaging result at the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City blew them away 5-0 on Saturday. The traveling supporters would have been forgiven for being quiet on witnessing such a catastrophic performance, yet they found a second gear to support their team during a tough time on the pitch.

The away fans dished out one of the most passionate renditions of ‘You Will Never Walk Alone’ to encourage their players. Seeing their team 4-0 down, the Reds supporters refused to bog down and instead spurred their team forward.

Although it proved to be a vain effort in the end, it was a display of spirit from the Liverpool fans. Check out the video below –




Mo Salah’s first run as a Liverpool player is a scary prospect for PL defenders next season (Video)

Premier League giants Liverpool got their pre-season commitments off to a whimper as they were held to a 1-1 draw by Championship side Wigan Athletic. However, their latest acquisition Mohamed Salah, who made his unofficial debut in the match, produced a moment of magic which is enough for the fans to be optimistic ahead of the new season.

In a video clip that emerged online, the Egyptian could be seen picking up the ball (for the first time as a Liverpool player) near the half way line and slaloming past a pair of white and blue shirts to invade the final third. Although the finishing lacked the cutting edge as he racked it up high up in the stands, but the aplomb with which he made the run was surely a moment to behold.

The diminutive midfielder joined the red half of Merseyside on a £34.3 million transfer from Italian side AS Roma, where he spent two highly successful seasons. Salah comes in as a vital addition as Liverpool shore up their arsenal ahead of another Premier League assault and also the added Champions League challenge.

The going is getting tough, and looks like Salah is here to the rescue. The 25-year old was also on target in the game as he leveled the scores with his strike, but it was that run in the game that has espied a couple of eyes.

So Salah can dribble, and dribble well. And the Premier League defenders are warned!

Check out the first run from Salah below –