Manchester United swoop for new goalkeeper with Sergio Romero signing

Manchester United have tonight announced that Argentine goalkeeper Sergio Romero has signed a three-year contract at Old Trafford, with the option to extend for a further year. BREAKING: We're pleased to announce Argentina goalkeeper Sergio Romero has signed on a three-year deal #WelcomeRomero — Manchester United (@ManUtd) July 27, 2015 “I am absolutely delighted to […]


Transfer Tracker: Dissecting the Baba Rahman rumours as Chelsea, Real Madrid, Roma and Arsenal lie in wait

Profiled by us last season in our Generation Next section on the world’s best young players, Baba Rahman is a man in demand this summer transfer window. Prince Narkortu Teye takes a look at the case for each club chasing him, in the latest edition of our Transfer Tracker… There’s no denying that Augsburg left-back Baba Rahman’s outstanding […]

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PLAY: Scouting – Time for a complete overhaul and a new modern approach?

In May we re-launched PLAY – our in-depth coaching and youth development section here at Just Football. If you missed our latest column on motivation and how it can make or break a career from the beginning make sure to check it out. Now, with the summer transfer window open, Stephen Fraser talks us through how methods […]

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Andreas Pereira, Depay the striker, Schweinsteiger silk – Five things we learned from San Jose Earthquakes 1-3 Manchester United

Pre-season preparations are underway for Premier League teams, and Manchester United continued their own 2015/16 groundwork with a 3-1 win over the San Jose Earthquakes through goals from Juan Mata, Memphis Depay and Andreas Pereira. Here are some key talking points from game two of the United tour… Andreas Pereira stakes his claim for no.10 […]

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Mark Warburton: From City Trader to Glasgow Ranger – The Rise Of One Of England’s Brightest Young Managers

Mark Warburton has only been a first-team manager for 18 months but the 52-year-old has carved out a growing reputation for himself in that short period of time. Now, with his recent appointment as Glasgow Rangers‘ new manager, Jamie Currie delves into Warburton’s rise from the City to managing one of the world’s most successful football clubs… From city trader to […]

Charlie Austin

Transfer Tracker: Chelsea, West Ham, Newcastle, Aston Villa Chase Charlie Austin, But Where’s He Off To?

This summer, rarely a day has gone by without the national press and local papers alike linking Queens Park Rangers‘ Charlie Austin with a move to a new Premier League club. With at least nine clubs in the mix looking to sign the forward, Ross Tyson takes a closer look at the case for each in […]


Copa Libertadores: Can Tigres UANL become the first Mexican side to win the title?

The Copa Libertadores 2015 gets back underway after a few months break this week. We profile the team looking to make history as one of four remaining teams, as Tom Harrison gives the lowdown on semi-finalists Tigres UANL… After turning around a first-leg single goal deficit to overcome Ecuadorian side Emelec in the quarters, Mexican side Tigres UANL find […]


Generation Next: Robert Kenedy Nunes – Introducing Chelsea’s New Brazilian Wonderkid

Generation Next is a regular feature on Just Football in which we track and profile the best young players in the world, the exciting young prospects you need to know about. Robert Kenedy Nunes is a player we first highlighted two years ago on Just Football. Now he’s off to Chelsea as part of a […]

Iker Casillas

Iker Casillas’ Demise At Real Madrid And Why Jose Mourinho Not To Blame – A Fans’ Perspective

You might think that with 725 appearances, five La Liga titles, three Champions League winners medals, two Copa del Reys, two UEFA Super Cups, four Supercopas and a FIFA Club World Cup under his belt, Iker Casillas’ legacy as a Real Madrid legend would be absolutely watertight. But given the acrimonious nature of the Spain captain’s […]

Raheem Sterling

Raheem Sterling From Liverpool To Manchester City: Why QPR Are Laughing All The Way To The Bank

The debate will rumble on as to who is getting the better end of the eye-watering £49 million deal that will see 20-year-old Raheem Sterling swap Liverpool red for Manchester City sky blue and become the most expensive player under the age of 21 in football history. Some (mainly Reds) will argue with fist-shaking zeal that […]