It’s been a strange season over in Spain as the added competition has seen so many teams swap places in the battle for the title, the Champions League and Europa League places as well as the fight to avoid the drop. Real Madrid lead the way, and have done for the majority of the season, but Barcelona and Sevilla have also had brief stays at the top. Atletico Madrid are well off the pace when it comes to challenging for the title but you must admire their intention to find a ‘Plan B’, or a new ‘Plan A’.
Jose Mourinho is facing an injury crisis ahead of Manchester United's clash against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday (1 April), with seven first-team players unavailable through injury or suspension. The Portuguese manager will be without Phil Jones, Chris Smalling, Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini, who are injured and unlikely to be fit for the Baggies' visit, while Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Ander Herrera will serve the second of their three match suspension.
The second leg of the CONCACAF Champions League match between FC Dallas and Pachuca draws closer, with April 4, just around the corner. Pachuca is considered to have the best Academy in Liga MX (and CONCACAF), while FC Dallas is considered to have the best Academy in MLS. With both teams stocked with young talent, a growing number of European clubs have reportedly dispatched scouts to witness the encounter. Just who are these clubs, and who exactly are they interested in? Real Club Celta de Vigo - La Liga Celta Vigo has made it known that they are very interested in “Chucky” Lozano. The Pachuca Left Winger, missed the first leg in Frisco, and is currently back to full training with the team.