Rafael Da Silva is major reason for Rivarly between MU and Liverpool

Submitted on Wed, 04/27/2016 - 07:58

If you need someone on your side who understands the Manchester United versus Liverpool rivalry and how important of a game that is, then look no further than Rafael Da Silva.

This man knows all too well how deep the rivalry goes and how important the game is. He spent seven years in the first team. Many watched in excitement and in horror at some of the plays.

In one scenario, we saw Philippe Coutinho casually just cruising past Guillermo Varela and people from that point had to wonder how Rafael Da Silva would've handled the situation or if he could've handled it better. Maybe he would've handled it worse but there's one thing for sure, the spirit for the game would've been there. Many speculate that Coutinho would've never made it past him and that he would've been knocked down flat.

Lyon continue Champions League charge

Submitted on Mon, 03/14/2016 - 12:26

Paris Saint-Germain are only a few points away from securing themselves as the champions of the French League.


Laurent Blanc and his team have been dominating in this season with only 1 defeat from their opening 29 games of the season.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic is leading the way in the goal-scoring charts with a total of 23 goals from 23 appearances; he has played a crucial role in this season for PSG.

Even though PSG have a substantially big lead over every other club in Ligue 1, the remaining spots of the French League are being tightly contested with only a few points separating each team.

Rafael da Silva opens up about his stay in Manchester United

Submitted on Tue, 03/08/2016 - 13:41

Almost the entire playing career of the Brazilian player Rafael da Silva has been spent with the Premier League side Manchester United.

Rafael along with his brother Fabio da Silva both joined United in January of 2008.

Fabio left the English club in 2014 while Rafael da Silva stayed until 2015 but even though Rafael remained at Old Trafford for such a substantially long period of time, it doesn’t necessarily mean that he had the best of times with the English club as he actually struggled to get playing time and the Brazilian player has spoken up about what was going on with the club and himself as well as what was one of the main reasons of why he eventually decided to make his way out of Old Trafford.

After 7 years in Old Trafford, Rafael da Silva tries his luck in France

Submitted on Thu, 01/14/2016 - 07:20

In the 7 years that the Brazilian defender Rafael da Silva spent performing for Manchester United, he could never really stand out and make a name for himself and it truly came as a surprise to see him remain in the club for such a long period of time. Silva had some bright moments but some disappointing ones as well.

The Brazilian defender completed his move from Manchester United to Lyon on August of 2015 after he was left out of the tour that the Premier League had in their visit to United States but it wasn’t until a few days ago that Rafael da Silva took the chance to reveal details concerning his time in Old Trafford and why he eventually decided to test his luck in another team.

Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door to as a potential Chelsea return

Submitted on Mon, 12/07/2015 - 07:57

Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door to as a potential Chelsea return after admitting that he has no grudges against his former club.

The Italian lost his job immediately after the game against Everton. The manner of his dismissal was seen as ‘lacking class’ towards the manager who had led the club to a league title only 12 months ago. Ancelotti’s team managed to win the 2009-10 league campaign in incredible fashion by breaking several records. That team still holds the record for the most number of goals scored in a single league season.

Rafael Da Silva ended career with MU

Submitted on Thu, 10/01/2015 - 05:56

As indicated by most bookmaker odds, Rafael Da Silva recently brought his seven-year spell in English football with Manchester United to an end after joining French outfit Lyon.

This may not seem like a significant doubt step in his career. Lyon also have the capability to challenge for titles despite the presence of Paris St Germain. The defender, though, says that the prospect of representing the Brazilian national team is the biggest challenge for any player.

Spain International Sergio Ramos is going to land at Manchester United

Submitted on Thu, 07/16/2015 - 18:19

It appears the Spain International Sergio Ramos is going to land at Manchester United very, very soon.

If one goes by the stories coming in the English media, the Red Devils are about to finalize the deal with the Spanish giants Real Madrid which Ramos is presently a part of.

Ramos is not happy with his situation in the Whites’ Camp at the moment.

The change in management and also, the owners’ reluctance to give him a contract extension, the defender has not taken these things well in his stride.

Fernando Torres has revealed it was Steven Gerrard who made him away from Liverpool

Submitted on Tue, 04/28/2015 - 16:31

Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres has revealed that it was his teammate Steven Gerrard who convinced him to move away from Liverpool back in 2011.

Torres was vindicated heavily by Liverpool supporters after he switched to one of the club’s archrivals, Chelsea, for a fee of £ 50 million. Even though his Chelsea career was extremely successful by lifting numerous titles like the Champions League, it ended on a sour note since he was unable to replicate his Liverpool form. Since then, Torres has moved to the likes of AC Milan and is now with his boyhood club Atletico.

Russell Slade says their Team was deserving candidate to win against Charlton Athletic

Submitted on Sun, 03/22/2015 - 14:08

Cardiff City manager Russell Slade said that his team were deserving of a victory from their latest match against Charlton Athletic.

Fabio da Silva move from Cardiff City to Manchester United

Submitted on Thu, 01/15/2015 - 17:16

The Brazilian full-back of Cardiff City Fabio da Silva was optimistic when he joined Cardiff City on January 29 of the ongoing year and during this time Cardiff City was still competing in the Premier League, however after a series of negative results they finished at the bottom of the English League and were relegated to the Championship League despite the introduction of new players to the team including Manchester United’s Fabio da Silva who had launched some pieces of advice to his new team.


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