André Silva intends to stay in Germany

According to TuttoSport, on-loan Eintracht Frankfurt striker André Silva has already expressed his desire to not return to AC Milan. Both André and Ante Rebic are on two-year loans, Silva joined Frankfurt and Ante Rebic travelled in the other direction. According to reports, Rebic is happy and would like to stay in Milan and AndréContinue reading “André Silva intends to stay in Germany”

The Portuguese in Premier League: By Numbers

The Premier League is returning on Wednesday following the COVID-19 mid-season postponement. Many of the leagues around Europe have already returned, Primeira Liga being one of them, but for many, this is the league they’ve been waiting for. At Próxima Jornada we are just as excited for the league’s return espeically given that there areContinue reading “The Portuguese in Premier League: By Numbers”

Nuno had a dream: How Nuno Espírito Santo turned his dream into a reality

Part I – Out of Darkness Cometh Light To celebrate Nuno Espírito Santo’s 3 year anniversary in charge of Wolves and his continued championing of Portuguese players in England, Próxima Jornada has produced a 2-part piece on his time in England so far. This first piece entitled, Out of Darkness Cometh Light focuses solely onContinue reading “Nuno had a dream: How Nuno Espírito Santo turned his dream into a reality”

Rony Lopes: The Interview

As we move towards the end of May, the footballing world also moves towards resumption. Bundesliga football is back in Germany, Liga NOS will return on the 3rd of June and La Liga is likely to be back around the 8th of June.  Aaron Barton spoke to Sevilla and Portugal international Rony Lopes in anContinue reading “Rony Lopes: The Interview”

The Diogo Jota Conundrum

The main body of this article was taken from a longer Próxima Jornada piece entitled Portugal: A Goalscoring Problem? This can be found by clicking the green link. Diogo Jota is a relative newcomer to the Seleção set-up, but the 23-year-old is a player that many believe could be a valuable asset to Portugal inContinue reading “The Diogo Jota Conundrum”

Portugal: A goalscoring problem? A Closer Look

Yesterday, Raphaël Guerreiro became the 2nd top Portuguese scorer across Europe’s Top 5 leagues behind Cristiano Ronaldo. One side of the coin is that Raphaël has done extremely well, excelling in his more advanced role for Dortmund. Since the resumption of the Bundesliga following the enforced break, he has managed to find the back ofContinue reading “Portugal: A goalscoring problem? A Closer Look”

Portuguese Impact on Bundesliga Return

Today marked the return of football, at least football within the top 5 European leagues. It’s return brought with it no supporters, no noise and a strange vibe but ultimately, football is back. There are currently 3 active Portuguese talents within the German top flight, Eintracht Frankfurt duo Gonçalo Paciência and André Silva as wellContinue reading “Portuguese Impact on Bundesliga Return”

From Liverpool to Jamor: My Charity Walk

Hi there! As you may know, Próxima Jornada is ran solely by me (Aaron) and I am writing today not to analyse a team or to provide insight, but to ask a small favour. I have decided to raise funds for both the UK’s NHS and the Portuguese NHS (Serviço Nacional de Saúde) to supportContinue reading “From Liverpool to Jamor: My Charity Walk”

Your Favourite Portuguese Players

As you may have seen on Twitter, Próxima Jornada recently asked you to submit your 5 favourite Portuguese players of all time with a reason for each player. The beauty of football is that, for the most part, it is subjective. Each player can mean something entirely different to each individual supporter. We can feelContinue reading “Your Favourite Portuguese Players”

Nuno Gomes: The Interview

689 club appearances, 254 goals. 79 international caps, 29 goals. Represented the Seleção at 3 UEFA European Championships and 2 FIFA World Cups. A man revered throughout Europe for his technical ability, his craft, and a deadly eye for goal. We are of course are talking about the legend that is, Nuno Gomes. Aaron BartonContinue reading “Nuno Gomes: The Interview”

Bruno Fernandes wins Player of the Month: 3rd Portuguese player to do so

Bruno Fernandes was today awarded the Premier League Player of the Month award for February! The Portuguese midfielder has hit the ground running since his January transfer to Manchester United from Sporting CP. He beat competition from Everton’s Dominic Calvert-Lewin, Arsenal’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Wolves’ Matt Doherty and Chelsea’s Marcos Alonso. The award was given forContinue reading “Bruno Fernandes wins Player of the Month: 3rd Portuguese player to do so”

“He can go as far as he wants to” | Diego Simeone retains faith in João Félix

Diego Simeone today spoke on João Félix in his Pre-Sevilla press conference, tipping the Portuguese wonderkid to “go far if he wants to.” João’s €126 million move to Atlético Madrid from SL Benfica has been marred by injuries and inconsistency so far this season, with João showing glimpses of his brilliance in the matches heContinue reading ““He can go as far as he wants to” | Diego Simeone retains faith in João Félix”