THERE is absolutely nothing to play for when Chelsea host Watford tonight.It's the sort of game you could easily be forgiven for opting against watching.After all, Chelsea have already won the Premier League and Watford have survived relegation. Keep up to date with ALL the … [Read more...] about Chelsea’s homecoming party, a John Terry farewell tour and blooding youth… five reasons why Monday Night Football will still be worth watching
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JURGEN KLOPP made a welcome appearance on Monday Night Football tonight alongside Jamie Carragher - and delighted the viewers with his tactical knowledge.The Liverpool manager first discussed with Carragher and host David Jones his side's fine start to the Premier League season, … [Read more...] about Jurgen Klopp on Sky Sports’ Monday Night Football: Liverpool manager delights viewers with extensive lessons on tactics
AFTER an action packed return from the international break, the football comes thick and fast this week.With a full programme of Football League on Tuesday and the Champions League kicking off in midweek, by the time Friday comes we'll all ready for a feast of action from … [Read more...] about Football this week: Champions League returns, we’ve a full Football League programme and another Friday Night Football
SKY’s experiment with Friday night football looks to be over after television chiefs decided not to schedule any matches on the eve of the weekend for February and March.Only four games have been shown so far in the time slot this season after the decision at the beginning … [Read more...] about Sky Sports look to have lost faith in their new Friday Night Football slot… But is that experiment over?
FRIDAY night will be a little slice of Premier League history when Manchester United take on Southampton.That's right, Friday... It's the first time ever Prem action will be broadcast live under the 'Friday Night Football' mantle, with regular games set to continue throughout the … [Read more...] about Friday Night Football: What to expect from Jeff Stelling and Rachel Riley in Premier League’s inaugural end of week show