After lasting for over one year, the 2020 edition of the Copa Libertadores will finally produce a winner. The season, which was punctuated a lot by the pandemic, will see its final game played this weekend. The journey to this
While other continental football competitions have produced a winner (and even started another season), the wait is still on in the Copa Libertadores. With some areas hard hit by the pandemic, the season has dragged along for longer than expected.
Europe is just one of the continents where football is being played non-stop. Intra-continental action, which has resumed in Africa, is rounding off in Asia and also in South America’s Copa Libertadores. It’s exciting times in South American club football
The most wonderful time of the year continues to feature surprise results and unexpected defeats. Sides like Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund, and Lazio will have the chance to bounce back from defeats suffered during the weekend. And there’s plenty to go
In two months’ time, the final of the Copa Libertadores will be played. That’s a few days longer than the duration of the normal season. Well, it’s been an unusual year, hence the unusually long season. The group stage of
In Europe, the group stage of the continental action is just about to resume. In South America, the group stage of the continental action is just about to end. This year’s Copa Libertadores has been eventful for so many reasons.
Just like in Asia, intercontinental football has resumed in South America. And it’s all going to be taking place in the CONMEBOL Copa Libertadores. Since the 15th of September, action has resumed on the field of play, as sides look
A new Copa Libertadores season has begun in South America. Although some leagues like the Brazilian Serie A are yet to resume, the top club football competition in that region has kicked off regardless. The first round of group games
The news this week has been largely dominated by action from the second round of games in both the UEFA Champions League and the Europa League. As expected, there was little noise about the club football action in Asia and
In Europe, the annual club football competition, UEFA Champions League, is very much in its latter stages. The competition has gotten into the knockout stages with surprise results everywhere. Comebacks have been the order of the day, with sides like