Adrien Silva Player Analysis

Adrien Silva is looking forward to putting months of 'frustration' behind him after finally completing his registration as a Leicester player. The midfielder had been ineligible to play for the Foxes after the paperwork from his summer move from Sporting CP arrived 14 seconds late. Subsequent appeals to Fifa and the Court of Arbitration for Sport were rejected, meaning both the club and player had to wait until January for Silva to become eligible to play. Silva is excited about the prospect of now being able to make his debut for Leicester. Born in France to a Portuguese father and French mother, Silva first began training with Bordeaux before moving to Portugal and signing for Sporting. But his fledgling association with the club almost ended prematurely

Leicester Are Gambling With Claudio Ranieri

Leicester Upset

The last time the top-flight champions were relegated after winning the title was Manchester City in 1938. Leicester City might join the infamous list. The Champions have lost their attitude, drive, hunger and quite frankly anything good. We are still waiting for Leicester City to arrive this season. But what has arrived has been the imminent danger of relegation. They are yet to win in 2017. What’s more alarming is that they are yet to score this year — the only team in the top four divisions of English football to do so. Ouch! Jaime Vardy, the predator who closed down defenders is a shadow of himself. The silky Riyad Mahrez has lost his mojo. Danny Drinkwater seems clueless without N’Golo Kanté. The

UEFA announce major changes to Champions League format

UEFA ring the changes ahead of 2018-19 Champions League campaign as four sides from England, Spain and Germany will secure automatic spot. At the moment, the Premier League and La Liga are awarded with four places each in the Champions League, whilst Italy and Germany are allowed three. However, the latter two divisions only get two guaranteed teams qualifying, with the third side having to go into the group stages via a play-off. That has now changed with the top four teams from the four highest-ranked leagues will entering the Champions League group stage from 2018. As a result of the changes, Italy, England, Spain and Germany will have half of all Champions League group places (16/32). Following are some of the other change

Champions League Group Stage Draw Information

uefa champions league Group stage draw pots

The UEFA Champions League group stage draw takes place on Thursday at 10 pm Sri Lankan Time, streamed live on http://eplsl.com/live/ & telecast on Ten 2. Following are the teams that are qualified for the Group stage and the pot they will be in tonight's draw. Draw procedure No team can play a club from their own association, with the exact draw procedure to be confirmed before the ceremony. Following a decision by the UEFA Executive Committee, Ukrainian and Russian teams cannot be drawn against each other. The draw also establishes the groups for the UEFA Champions League path of the UEFA Youth League. The draw ceremony includes the vote for and presentation of the 2015/16 UEFA Best Player in Europe Awards for

Manchester United 2 Leicester City 1 Sri Lankan Social Media reaction

Zlatan Ibrahimovic grabbed a late debut goal to secure a 2-1 victory for Manchester United against Premier League champions Leicester in the Community Shield. Here's how the Sri Lankan social media fans reacted during the match. It was Jesse Lingard who started off the account for Man Utd Jesse loves Wembley ! Jose loved it ! — Chrishan Aloysious (@shan_ca7) August 7, 2016 Some fans thought that goal was Messi-esque Lionel Lingard! Take a bow ? ? ? — Amzer (@theMUFCfan) August 7, 2016 followed by a typical Messi tax joke I hope he pays his taxes. — Amzer (@theMUFCfan) August 7, 2016 Some thought that goal should've been stopped if only..... Kante would have never allowed lingard to go through that midfield and defense that easily — Nishi (@nishika234) August 7,