Let’s take a look at some of the big stories that have happened over the last week from across the different sports; FOOTBALL: All-English finals…almost, but not really This week saw Manchester City owners take a step closer to their dream or lifting a Champions League trophy. When Sheikh Mansour’s City Football Group took over … More Sport: Weekly Round-up
Eight of Europe’s top clubs are in with a chance of making the finals of the Champions League and Europa League, with the possibility of all-English finals a very likely prospect. Let’s take a look at the ties. Champions League Scores after the first leg:Manchester City (2) – PSG (1) Chelsea (1) – Real Madrid … More Football: European Semi-Finals
With a couple of days to UEFA’s announcement regarding the changes to the Champions League, a group of the top European clubs announced the creation of a European Super League (ESL), which has since taken a massive hit with English clubs all pulling out. Who were the founding clubs The idea was – may still … More Football: ESL
With the season finales approaching all over Europe, it is not only the football being played that people are talking about. Don’t get me wrong, winning titles are still the pinnacle of the season, but a couple of people have captured a lot of attention, too. With Erling Braut Haaland and Lionel Messi looking at … More Football: Where To Next?
It is that time again in which the best the NBA has to offer go head-to-head in a variety of challenges and a match full of lobs, dunks and points. This year we are in Atlanta, in spite of all the calls for the event to be cancelled by many of the people involved in … More Basketball: All-Star Game 2021
For anyone interested in knowing about my feelings on whether this trade was good for the Brooklyn Nets, and who the leader of the team should be, then check out my article on https://overtimesportsonline.com/2021/02/18/brooklyn-looking-to-challenge-for-the-title/ for more on that. As promised on the aforementioned article, let’s delve into the Nets trade a little more. How have … More Basketball: Are the Nets Actually a Title Threat?
Every young boy dreams about playing in front of a huge crowd of cheering fans, hoping that they make up songs in their honour, cheer every time you touch the ball, and put you on a pedestal so high that you would be proud of your achievements. As a young lad, I was no different. … More Football: My Dream Home
Here is another one of the picture anagrams I know you all like! Some of these may be a little more difficult. Try to identify the sporting hero, event or award below. Note: all answers are at the bottom! There you have it… The answers are: Wait for it… Pierre-Emerick Aubamayang Indian Premier League (IPL) … More Fun & Games: Picture Anagram
It is no surprise to hear that Ole Gunnar Sol… Ole’s job is once again at risk, and every time he looks like he is about to get the sack, somehow his team pull out wins and the cycle repeats itself. Being a Manchester United legend, and – as everyone puts it – “a nice … More Football: Final Week in the Job?
It wasn’t long ago when the entire world of football was calling for VAR (Video Assistant Referee) to be introduced to the game. People were referring to how well it works in other sports, and the reduction of the number of errors being made by officials. Yet, as we start the new season, VAR seems … More Football: VAR From Perfect