Friday’s soccer news update has several takes on what some Premier League clubs need to do for next season. Finishing this season might be top of the checklist. There’s also issues with Bayern Munich, that some are already using as reasons for a coaching change.
DW.de has the odd story of Bayern’s medical staff quitting in the aftermath of the club’s Champions League quarterfinal first-leg loss. That’s a game that Bundesliga Fanatic’s Rick Joshua calls “sloppy”. Paste Soccer’s Richard Whittall explains why there’s more to what happened to PSG against Barcelona in the Champions League.
In Paul Scholes’ column for The Guardian, he pushes for Jurgen Klopp to take a Premier League job. Backpage Football’s Oli Baise thinks it’s too soon to go ahead and call Manchester United favorites for the 2015-16 Premier League title. The Guardian’s Barney Ronay has high praise for Gareth Bale, especially if he returns to the Premier League this summer.
SI.com’s Brian Straus on the quick rise of college player Jordan Morris with the USMNT. Reuters’ Simon Evans is at the CONCACAF Congress, an event that quickly became about FIFA politics. Goal.com’s Dejan Kalinic and Jon Arnold have the election news from CONCACAF where Jeffrey Webb ran unopposed for another presidential term.
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