* Fields need to be completed
Account Details
Username * :
Password * :
Confirm Password * :
Email Address * :
Confirm Email Address * :
Please type the letters &
numbers in the box below
Personal Details
First Name * :
Last Name * :
Country * :
Date of Birth * : Select date
Favourite Team :
I have read and accept the Terms & Conditions.
I have read and accept the Privacy Policy.
Send me occasional Inside Futbol updates.
  |   Forgot Password?
XPlease log in...
Username :
Password :
...or sign in with your Facebook account
Connect with Facebook
Register   |   Forgot Password?
XEnter your email...
Email address:
Inside FutbolInside Futbol

06 October 2016

On Mobile!
Inside Futbol is fully optimised for mobile devices. Point your phone's browser towards www.insidefutbol.com!

26 August 2015


Inside Futbol is on Twitter. Follow us to make sure you never miss a thing!


24/11/2016 - 21:17 BST

“Big Thing” Chelsea and Liverpool Don’t Have European Football – Kevin De Bruyne


Manchester City playmaker Kevin De Bruyne feels a lack of European football this season has given Chelsea and Liverpool a distinct advantage in the Premier League title race.

The Citizens have been involved in the hurly burly of the Champions League and played out a 1-1 draw with Borussia Monchengladbach in Germany on Wednesday night as they booked their place in the last 16 of the competition.

On the other hand Chelsea and Liverpool, currently occupying the top two spots in the Premier League table, are not involved in European competition and their players received a full week’s time to prepare for this weekend’s league commitments.

De Bruyne feels this gives them a serious advantage in the league title race as their players have more time to recuperate from games and they can utilise all their resources in the Premier League


However, the Belgian admits that he prefers playing in the Champions League to putting his feet up and watching the competition on TV within the confines of his house.  

De Bruyne told City TV: “It gives them more time to rest obviously. I think we've played like almost ten games more than them already, so that's a big thing.

“But I prefer to play every three days than to sit all week and watch the Champions League [on TV] to be fair.

“Obviously they can be fully focused on the Premier League."

Manchester City will travel to Turf Moor to take on Burnley on Saturday.