Chelsea clinched their second straight Premier League title in 2006 with a dominant win over Manchester United in front of the home fans at Stamford Bridge.
Maybe he just got sick of the criticism, and of (relatively) keeping his cool. Maybe he just doesn’t care anymore. Regardless of the “why”, there’s a lot to love about this season’s Arsene Wenger. Wenger has slowly built up his hope and expectations for the club. The Gunners “have a better chance” to win in the Champions League. They’re “stronger with every win“, and need humility. And Wenger is taking it to the jungle to explain that last part. From Arsenal.com: “I believe that humility is to understand that you start again from zero and that you are in a jungle. We live in a jungle where everybody wants to eat you, and you have to survive by keeping your vigilance. That’s what competition is
T’s are crossed and i’s dotted on Neymar’s new contract, keeping him at the club through the 2020-21 season. Neymar, 24, will make his 100th La Liga appearance with his next step onto the pitch. Lionel Messi’s deal runs through 2017-18, and Luis Suarez’s goes through 2018-19. He’s scored 59 goals in league play, and has 91 total when you include all 150 of his matches in a Barca kit. Neymar is on a similar scoring rate to last season, when he netted 31 times. The Brazilian also has 49 international goals in 73 caps.