The Gold Cup represented Brad Guzan’s latest opportunity to seize the No. 1 spot for the USMNT, and he seems to have botched it yet again. It was the so-called off-year Gold Cup. The biennial tournament is only contested by the proper A-teams in every other edition, when it doesn’t overlap with World Cup qualifying.
Arsenal have gone blue. The Gunners released their new away jersey on Thursday ahead of the preseason Emirates Cup tournament kicking off this weekend. With Arsene Wenger‘s men previously unveiling their third kit on their tour of Australia earlier this month, this light blue number will be their main alternate jersey for the upcoming campaign. London rivals Chelsea and Tottenham have had similar color kits in the past, so cue plenty of banter on social media. After Manchester City unveiled a bright cerise colored away kit, Liverpool went for an luminous orange jersey and Manchester United released a grey and white shirt, this jersey is a little more subtle. It kind of looks like a goalkeeper
How many fine details of Antonio Conte's first season at the helm of one of England's, and Europe's, most daunting managerial postings can you recall? Even though the season ended only three months ago, the list may only include: Chelsea winning the Premier League title. Losing to Arsenal 3-0, but saw the first appearance of the back three at that match. Chelsea winning the Premier League title. There's probably some other specific standout moments you remember, but for those of us with Twitter timeline-sized memory banks, Chelsea supporter and esteemed author Mark Worrall chronicles every moment of the Italian's magical first season in charge in his new book, “The Italian Job: A Chelsea Thriller