Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger says he will give away his FA Cup winners' medal even though victory would make him the most successful manager in the competition's history. The Gunners face Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday as they look to claim their third FA Cup in the last four seasons and seventh overall for their manager. Chelsea, meanwhile, are eyeing a double and first Cup crown since 2012, but Wenger will not be keeping any memorabilia if Arsenal can stop their rivals.
Come the end of the season we find ourself taking a step back and reviewing the events of the past footballing year for the team we support. For Aston Villa fans, this means taking the summer off - enjoying the FA Cup, Champions League and the summer before returning to a focus on all things Villa as Steve Bruce’s lads return for a new season. With the opinions of Villa’s below-average season cooling off, now seems an apt time to evaluate Villa’s squad and their performance this year. They will be rated fairly out of 10 (meaning 5 is bang average and not an insult). So, shall we get into it? We’ll start with the Goalkeepers. Gollini didn’t enjoy the greatest stint in claret and blue after joining
Kerala Blasters' fans' virile sense of kinship they establish with their players - nationality disregarded - is overpowering considering the bonhomie is something that other franchises cannot match. Therefore, it'll be a doleful morning for the fans