Olympiacos achieved a 3-0 victory over AEK Athens on Sunday to earn the club their 40th top-division title - their 15th Greek League win in the last 17 years.
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With the draw for the FA Cup swinging favourably towards Millwall, Blackburn Rovers and Wigan Athletic, the former duo to face a replay following their 0-0 draw on Sunday, it means one of the three teams are guaranteed a place in Europe next season, provided Chelsea finish fifth or higher.
There appears to be no hiding place for Arsene Wenger this season. The wily, old Frenchman has come under constant scrutiny for his team's questionable performances, a 1-0 loss at home to Blackburn in the FA Cup the latest to be scowled upon.
3 time African Player of the Year winner Samuel Eto'o is renowned for his acceleration and clinical finishing. 2 time winner Didier Drogba is renowned for his strength and power. 22 year old Nigerian Victor Moses has the potential to become renowned for all these abilities and to become Africa's next superstar.
In an era when football casts disparaging looks towards the likes of cycling and athletics at their seemingly endless list of doping scandals and moral failings, should we have been looking a little closer to home?
With just over 3 months of the Premier League remaining, we’ve reached the stage of the season in which the football calendar is littered with pivotal games. Matches take on added significance within both the higher and lower echelons of the league. Across the final 13 match days, each hard earned point, or three, becomes ever the more valuable as clubs jostle for either expected success or simply survival.
The way things are going in the Premier League this season, the battle to avoid the drop is looking more exciting than the title race. Manchester United are currently 9 points clear of their rival Man City and the Red Devils show no signs of faltering.
Southampton arrive at Wigan after outplaying the current Premier League leaders in their own backyard. Southampton were sensational on Wednesday night at Old Trafford but still left empty handed.
Since the appointment of Pochettino on the south coast the club has been playing some great football. It's a little too early to assume anything in his style of play, but in conclusion he hasn't got off to a bad start.
Transfer deadline day - One of the most exciting days in the footballing calendar.
Last week’s gossip columns were awash with rumours that Brendan Rodgers would be prepared to loan out Uruguayan centre-half Sebastian Coates. Wigan are one of many interested parties including West Brom and Championship side Bolton Wanderers. With Coates having failed to break into the first team at Anfield, a loan deal to the DW Stadium could be a great move for all parties.