Entries from February 2013 ↓

Soccer 360: A goal at Anfield will send Zenit through

After the Champions League presented its lovers with some great soccer on Tuesday and Wednesday, it is now time to see what Europa League – the “uglier sister”, as I like to call it – has in stock for soccer-hungry fans. 16 second-leg matches will be played all around Europe today, some of them more […]

Soccer 360: Bayern Will Take It All in London

Without a doubt, Arsenal-Bayern Munich has been one of the most anticipated ties in the Champions Leagues’s Round of 16 since the draw took place on Dec. 12 last year. Ahead of the tonight’s first leg in London, Soccer 360 presents its Champions League-loving readers with the latest injury updates, coach and player expectations from […]

Super Eagles Fly To The Top

There was no upset this time! Neither a moment of individual brilliance, nor a dramatic late goal. On Sunday, Nigeria showed the world and its critics that the draw against Burkina Faso in the opening game of the group stage was nothing worrisome by defeating the same Burkinabe side 1-0 in the African Cup of […]

Stats Favor Nigeria Prior To AFCON Final

  While skipping through the channels on Wednesday to find one of the highly anticipated friendlies England-Brazil, Netherlands-Italy, or France-Germany, I came across another international game which had me hooked immediately. It was Burkina Faso-Ghana, the second semifinal of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa. Luckily for me, the score was still […]

Next Stop: Paris

After a month filled with countless rumors, names, 8-figure transfer fees and unrealistic hopes by fans, the winter transfer window finally closed around Europe on Thursday. As expected, the English teams were once again most active on the market, even though some preferred to lay low until the summer window. Other clubs — especially those […]