Showing posts with label Modric. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Modric. Show all posts

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Football is looking for a new home after England were knocked out by Croatia!


Football might be coming home, but it's taking a little detour for a few years...


Friday, June 22, 2018

Mara-downer

Diego Maradona, Ante Rebić, Willy Caballero, Modric, Ivan Rakitic, Messi cartoon

Argentina's all-time great was forced to watch as Lionel Messi and the Albiceleste fell apart in a crushing 3-0 defeat to Croatia


Saturday, October 21, 2017

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Modric' Chinese Whispers

Danijel Subasic, Darijo Srna, Modric and Ramos cartoon
Luka Modric may have missed Croatia's clash with Spain at Euro 2016, but he still played a massive role in their win after his message from the bench lead to Real Madrid club-mate Sergio Ramos missing from the penalty spot...


Saturday, June 18, 2016

Croatia players extinguishing fire

Mandzukic, Modric and Rakitic extinguishing fire
Crowd trouble again overshadowed Euro 2016 as Croatia's players were left to act as peacemakers after a group of supporters threw a series of flares onto the pitch during their clash with the Czech Republic...


Monday, June 13, 2016

Tufan tidying his hair instead of stoping Modric

Ozan Tufan and Modric cartoon
Luka Modric's superb volley was enough for Croatia to beat Turkey, though Ozan Tufan might feel he could have done more to stop it as replays showed him tidying his hair instead of closing the Real Madrid man down...


Saturday, June 14, 2014

Neymar the star of the World Cup circus

The World Cup kicked-off in Brazil on Thursday with the hosts securing a 3-1 victory in their opening game against Croatia.

The hosts survived conceding an own goal to clinch the win with Neymar scoring twice before Oscar poked home a late third.

However, the game was not without controversy with Croatia furious at the award of Brazil’s penalty, while Niko Kovac's side were also denied a goal when Ivica Olic was adjudged to have fouled goalkeeper Julio Cesar.
Friday, 13 June 2014 12:25

Monday, September 16, 2013

Bale & Ronaldo not enough to sink the yellow submarine

Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo lined up together for the first time on Saturday as the Wales international made his Real Madrid debut at Villarreal.

It took the club’s new signing just 39 minutes to begin repaying his transfer fee as he equalised Cani’s opener, slotting home from close range.

Not to be outdone, Ronaldo put the visitors ahead in the second half, but it was not enough to deny a spirited Villarreal side who grabbed an equaliser through Giovani dos Santos.

Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Moyes keen to grab Fabregas after failed Thiago pursuit

After spending much of the summer chasing unsettled Barcelona starlet Thiago only to be trumped by Bayern Munich and Pep Guardiola's sudden charm offensive, Manchester United need a transfer rethink.

A midfield playmaker remains a priority and Cesc Fabregas, Thiago's former team-mate at Camp Nou and another long-term United target, has risen to the top of the wanted list.

Barcelona are currently considering a £25.9 million bid from the Red Devils and, while it is unlikely to be accepted, it surely signals just the start of David Moyes' formal pursuit of the disillusioned Catalan.

There are, however, numerous obstacles to a deal. The Spanish champions are unlikely to simply jettison a player they fought so hard to prise from Arsenal, while the Gunners enjoy first option on any move.

Tito Vilanova revealed on Tuesday that Fabregas is happy at the Camp Nou, leaving United facing another difficult - and possibly fruitless - battle in the transfer market. 

Friday, March 8, 2013

Fergie fumes as Mourinho campaigns for Man United job

Manchester United exited the Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid on Tuesday night, with a controversial Nani red card proving decisive in the 2-1 loss, and leaving Sir Alex Ferguson furious.

The United boss was "too distraught" to speak to the press after the game, according to his assistant manager Mike Phelan.

Meanwhile, Jose Mourinho - who is considered a potential successor to Sir Alex - was lavishing plenty of praise on the opposition.

"I know they [United] are giants, not just physically, but mentally," he said. "11 vs 11, I doubt that we could win the match."