Liverpool has a weird habit of finishing second in the League Premier. While they compete, they’re no stranger to missing out on the first place.

The problem for Liverpool is that they seem to struggle to capitalise on the fact they got so close, and suffer from an immediate drop down the table, as happened under Brendan Rodgers care.

This is the last season of Pep Guardiola as the coach of Bayern Munich and the Spanish manager is aiming to win the Bundesliga as well as the Champions League in his final campaign at the Allianz Arena.

Even if Guardiola does not manage to secure all of the objectives that he has outlined, Guardiola is generally considered to be a coach that has been fairly successful since having the joined the German club back in January of 2013.

After having parted ways with the Indian side Mumbai City, the former Chelsea player Nicolas Anelka is now looking around for a new club that he can take charge of as well as performing in like he used to do with in his latest club.

Nicolas Anelka did not spend the best of times as the player-manager of Mumbai City as a number of incidents occurred which affected the way that the Frenchman performed as well as his own teammates.

In the playing career of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, the Swedish forward has joined all the major clubs in Italy including: Juventus, Inter Milan and Ac.Milan, even though Ibrahimovic is 33 years old he is still wanted by some of his former clubs.

The coach of Inter Milan, Roberto Mancini recently said that he would like to bring back Zlatan Ibrahimovic to the team but the manager isn’t expecting to see Ibrahimovic leaving his current club, Paris Saint-Germain anytime soon.

The French attacker Nicolas Anelka joined Mumbai City back in September of 2014 and now he has been given a new role in the Indian club as he was recently named as the team’s player-manager.

One of the latest incidents where a player was promoted as a player-manager of a top club occurred with Chelsea when Didier Drogba was able to work alongside Jose Mourinho in Stamford Bridge and the Ivorian forward also had the chance of perming in games just in case it was needed

Former Chelsea, Real Madrid, and Arsenal striker Nicolas Anelka has effectively ended his playing career after joining Algerian outfit Nasr Athletic De Hussein-Dey as an athletic director.

When you see what Nicolas Anelka has done in his professional career, you would imagine him to be completely satisfied and have no regrets at all. But, that is not the case with the Frenchman.

Anelka thinks he could have done a few things differently during his career.

The thing which Anelka regrets the most is not being able to pen a permanent deal with Liverpool FC.

Anelka had made his way to Anfield on loan towards the end of 2001 and he spent a successful six months there.

Gerardo Martino, the new Argentina manager, has sent a positive signal to the sidelined forward Carlos Tevez. He has said that there is no reason why the Juventus player can’t make his comeback to the national team.
Tevez has been out of international football since 2011. He was not there to represent Argentina in World Cup either which was considered a shame by some people as he had a fruitful season with his club Juventus in the Italian top tier. He was the third highest scorer in the Serie A last season.

The career of the Frenchman Nicolas Anelka has been going through a dip since his last few seasons at Stamford Bridge where he made 41 league appearances during both of that campaign but only managed on scoring 7 goals. When the Premier League season of 2011-12 concluded, he was sold to the Chinese outfit Shanghai Shenhua where he was reported to earn around €12 million in his annual salary despite only scoring on 2 occasions on 22 matches.

Around 1 month ago Nicolas Anelka was fined with a €80,000 sanction as well as being banned for 5 days after the French forward made a controversial goal celebration which would ultimately conclude with Anelka terminating his contract with West Bromwich Albion as he became a free agent.

It wasn’t until a few days ago that the veteran attacker signed with a new club as he agreed to make a free transfer and join the Brazilian side Athletic Mineiro but even though everything seemed to be already done, the move has collapsed.