VIDEO: Champions League Group Stage Predictions 2019/20 | Goal Hanging

Dan is Goal Hanging with Connor, Michelle and Scott to give their predictions on the UEFA Champions League Group Stage and early guesses as to who will win the tournament.

The gang discuss if Liverpool are aiming to become European powerhouses again, if Tottenham have missed their chance of glory, Manchester City getting another easy group, Ajax unfairly having to play qualifiers, Inter Milan being the dark horse, Frank Lampard’s new Chelsea and whether or not Barcelona have improved their squad enough.

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VIDEO: 2018/19 Football Season Review | Goal Hanging | Rebellious Noise

Dan is Goal Hanging with Michelle and Mike to run through an incredible 2018/19 football season covering the major European competitions, the Premier League, FA Cup and League Cup as well as the Nations League and the hot topics from the football world that took place from August to June.

The gang talk about changes in the transfer windows, managerial casualties, the impact the Nations League has had on international football, the need for a winter break, promotion and relegation to the Premier League as well as it’s neck and neck title race and much more.

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VIDEO: Champions League Round of 16 Predictions | Goal Hanging

Dan is Goal Hanging with Michelle and Scott to give their predictions on the upcoming Round of 16 in the UEFA Champions League.
The gang talk about the chances for each of the four Premier League teams, if PSG can finally break their lacklustre European form, will Barcelona face another upset, can Juventus go that one step further with Ronaldo and will Solskjaer‘ 1999 heroics inspire this crop of Manchester United players.

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VIDEO: Champions League Group Stage Predictions | Goal Hanging

Dan is Goal Hanging with Mike, Rory and Scott discussing the UEFA Champions League Group Stage and predicting who will make it through to the Knockout Stage. The boys talk about the turmoil of Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, Ronaldo’s first UCL campaign with Juventus, using V.A.R in the competition and much more. Come along and goal hang with us for some laughs, pints and debate.

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John Terry to leave Chelsea at the end of the Season

Chelsea FC have announced that their longest serving player will be leaving the club at the end of the season. John Terry joined The Blues in 1995 as a Youth player before joining the Senior ranks in 1998 and since then has become one of the greatest ever to play for the London club having captained the team for a record 578 times.

It doesn’t seem like this is a retirement move either as the former England Captain said “I feel I still have plenty to offer on the pitch but understand that opportunities here at Chelsea will be limited for me” when talking about his departure from the club, but the club have stated that he could return to the club in a “non-playing capacity” sometime in the near future.

Terry has won 14 major honours with Chelsea including a Champions League, four Premier League titles, the Europa League, five FA Cups and three League cups during the clubs most successful period in their history.

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Roberto Mancini is favourite to take over after Leicester City sack Claudio Ranieri

Less than nine months on from overcoming odds of 5000-1 to win the Premier League. Claudio Ranieri has been ruthlessly sacked by Leicester City.

The Italian guided Leicester to an unprecedented title win back in May, and has guided them into the knockout stages of this seasons Champions League. They are languishing in 17th place in the League, and seemingly the players weren’t happy with his management this season.

This news has shown that not all fairytales have a happy ending, and the dreaded vote of confidence Ranieri received from the board just over two weeks ago now seems like it was pointless.

Maybe winning the title last season got to some of Leicester’s big players and made them too big for their boots. They sure as hell haven’t shown anywhere near the effort of performance than they did last season, it shows how big a loss N’golo Kante really was!

Fellow Italian, and Premier League winner with Manchester City, and former Leicester player, Roberto Mancini is the bookies favourite to take the reigns at The King Power. However it seems like a return for Nigel Pearson is what the players want as the rumours are that Mancini is not interested in the job.

Steven Gerrard has announced his retirement from football

The former Liverpool legend and captain has announced his retirement from football. Steven Gerrard captained the reds to many trophies including the 2005 UEFA Champions League and also captained England for a number of years. Gerrard joined the MLS in 2015 when he completed a move to LA Galaxy which ended when the midfielder left the club last month. The rumours about his future have been flowing ever since his departure from the American club, which included rumours of a managerial role at MK Dons, but the former player has said that the managerial role had come “a bit too soon” for him.

Steven Gerrard had a prolific career, especially at his boyhood club and was considered one of the best of his generation by many of his peers. Gerrard retires as the only player to this day to have scored in the FA Cup, League Cup, Champions League and UEFA Cup final, a feat that will be hard to top.

Speaking of his time as a player, Steven said “As a teenager I fulfilled my childhood dream by pulling on the famous red shirt of Liverpool, and when I made my debut against Blackburn Rovers in November 1998 I could never have imagined what would then follow over the next 18 years”.

Rumours of Gerrard heading back to Liverpool have been circulating for a while with Manager Jurgen Klopp recently stating that the club would always have space for the club legend. Now that the retirement has been officially announced the rumours have picked up again with suggestion that he will take up a role in the clubs academy.

When Klopp was asked about this he said “When there is something to announce, we will announce it. We’ve talked, that’s clear” and went on to add that “One day in the future, there will be something to announce—I’m pretty sure”.

What the future holds for Steven Gerrard is currently unknown to the public, but one thing for sure is his magnificent career for both club and country, whilst Gerrard may not have won any major tournaments for England (The again, How many fantastic English players have missed out since 1966?) he captained the ‘Three Lions’ at three major tournaments and his club and personal accomplishments sure do tell a tale of a fantastic player.

Take a bow Stevie G.

UEFA Champions League draw results

It’s that time of year again where we all jump the gun and try and logistically work out each round of the Champions League, from the dream match ups to the easier draws for our favourite teams. This year the biggest name for us here in the UK is seeing little old Leicester City up there with the big boys of European club football. The Premier League champions have been seeded into Group G where their toughest challenge looks to come from Porto, which for the neutral is quite exciting to see if the dream can continue for Leicester and perhaps lead them to a big match against the likes of Barcelona, something fans could not have imagined this time last year but is not very possible.

Other worthy group news is Arsenal seeding into Group A with French big boys PSG. Will Arsene’s team make it through to the knockout stages for the 17th consecutive year? Rebellious Noise’s own Dan recently wrote in his Premier League predictions article that he felt that this year may be Wenger’s last, which if correct will mean this is the managers last attempt at European glory, something he so narrowly missed out on 10 years ago in Paris.

2015 champions Barcelona have been paired with possibly the strongest of all the 2nd tier teams, Manchester City. Guardiola’s Sky Blue men will face off against his Catalonian first love in what is sure to be a match up to remember. Last year’s champions Real Madrid have drawn 2013’s runners up Borussia Dortmund whilst the winners from that year, Bayern Munich have ended up in Group D with last years finalists Atletico Madrid.

Check out the full result of the draw below:

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