Vitor Pereira became the coach of Olympiacos in January of 2015 as he replaced Michel who was fired from the Greek club. Before taking the job in Greece, Pereira had been approached on a number of occasions with managerial positions in the Premier League.
“Olympiacos is announcing the end of its cooperation with manager Michel Gonzalez. The entire family of Olympiacos thanks Michel for his contribution to the club and wishes him every success in his career’’ This was the announcement that was made by the official website of Olympiacos as the Greek club announced the end of their relationship with the Spanish manager Michel Gonzalez.
There were a number of Premier League clubs that launched offers to Vitor Pereira as those English teams made an approach for the Portuguese manager. Everton and Crystal Palace were the squads that displayed most interested in luring Pereira but ultimately failed on doing so.
The owner of Crystal Palace, Steve Parish was the man who sacked Neil Warnock and attempted to turn Vitor Pereira into the new coach of the team and a number of negotiations as well as meetings were done in order to make it happen but Pereira had his eyes set somewhere else as he penned a two and half year long deal with Olympiacos and things have turned out well for him after having won the Greek Super League for the 5th consecutive year with a margin of over 10 points. Read more »
Sky and BT had to pay billions in order to retain the broadcasting rights of the Premier League. It was recently reported that Sky has the rights to show 116 live matches per season while BT snatched 38 matches. The overall valuation of this deal is in the region of €5 billion as the Premier League seems to be getting more entertaining as more fans are viewing the games every week that it’s played.
After having offloaded so much cash in obtaining the rights to broadcast these matches, it’s expected that the teams which are participating in this league have the quality to prove why its receiving more viewers and supporters but everything seems to be falling apart for these clubs in the Europa League and in the Champions League.
Tottenham Hotspur was knocked out of the Europa League after losing against Fiorentina meanwhile Liverpool was eliminated after crashing out of the European competition due to a penalty shoot-out in which Besiktas emerged as the victorious team. Read more »
Arsene Wenger has already reinforced the defensive department of his team but a few more signings are expected to be made as the Frenchman is also seeking to strengthen the attacking section of his squad and a few names have popped up as there are a list of possible players that could be joining the Premier League club soon or are at least being linked with a move.
One of the players who are linked with Arsenal is EdinsonCavani from PSG. The Uruguayan attacker is not playing at his best and has never really managed on doing so since arriving to the French club. He was acquired by PSG on July of 2013 for a fee of €65 million. Read more »