If interested in international matches (usually from 80s-90s), you can also check my blog http://soccernostalgia.blogspot.com/ I not only provide lineups/goalscorers/etc, but I also try to add anecdotes, facts and trivia pertaining to the match in question.
For a man who appears so serious on the pitch, Petr Cech laughs infectiously during interviews. But the Chelsea stalwart, goalkeeping giant and spare-time drummer in an Indie rock band is not so laid-back when he can see a wasted season coming into view.
The day Zlatan Ibrahimovic left Barcelona he walked out of the Camp Nou offices, gathered the media round him and let rip. “The philosopher broke my heart,” he spat. The philosopher was Pep Guardiola and the phrase explained much, even as it explained nothing at all.
When the Premier League was introduced in 1992, Sir Alex Ferguson described it as “a piece of nonsense” that sold supporters “right down the river”. Twelve Premier League titles later, Ferguson has found greatness and a knighthood amid that nonsense. He may not have won a single title, however, without a serendipitous phone call 20 years ago this week .