It’s not exactly the best time to be a Manchester United fan, with rumours swirling about discontent between Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho, and also between the latter and Ed Woodward.
These United fans took a selfie with Spurs star Lucas Moura after the game at Old Trafford (Jose Mourinho’s heaviest ever loss at home in any competition) Continue reading
Arsenal entered a new era this past summer, as they bid a fond farewell to long-standing manager and club legend Arsene Wenger.
The French boss had been in charge of the Gunners for 1996, when he initially arrived with a big reputation and full of promise from spells at Nancy, Monaco and Nagoya Grampus. Continue reading
Manchester United may not be doing well on the field currently, but they’re certainly doing well off it, and the club, which enjoys tremendous fan following in India, has partnered with local bank ICICI to launch co-branded credit cards. The Man Utd ICICI Bank CC comes in two versions- platinum and signature, and here we’re reviewing the platinum version.
Man Utd ICICI Bank Platinum Credit Card
Joining Fees: INR 499 + GST (18%), approximately INR 589
Renewal fees: INR 499 + GST (18%), approximately INR 589
Renewal fees waiver: Annual fee on this Man Utd ICICI platinum card will be waived on annual spending of INR 125,000
Reward points & reward rate on ICICI Bank Man U Credit Card
ICICI gives reward points as “PayBack points” and 1 payback point is approximately INR 0.25 Continue reading
VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS DERBY COUNTY VS LEEDS UNITED 2018 DOWN
Played at Pride Park, Derby on 11 August, 2018
Another masterful performance from Marcelo Bielsa as they beat Frank Lampard coached Derby County 4-1 at Pride Park Continue reading
Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has today bought struggling high street retailer House of Fraser for a reported sum of £90m. The news is likely to cause more consternation among NUFC fans, who are already upset at Ashley for not supporting manager Rafa Benitez in the recently concluded summer transfer window.
Newcastle have sold more than what they’ve bought this summer, and with the likes of Fulham, Wolves and Everton spending heavily, it would seem difficult to expect Benitez to repeat his 10th place finish from last season.
In net transfer terms, Newcastle are the lowest spending Premier League club in the 2018/19 season- approximately minus £28m. They will begin their campaign this weekend against Tottenham Hotspur.