Who went where? For how much? In the midst of transfer deadline day, where the entire football universe can shift in an instant, many fans will find themselves pondering these two crucial existential questions.
Here are four apps to help abreast of the transfer news as it happens.
For many, the BBC has always been the place to go for sports news. BBC’s app, launched in January 2013, provides live football scores, up-to-date results and news, video streaming, on-demand highlights and an integrated radio player.
Available for iOS, Android and Windows Phone, Sky‘s offering provides a few useful features.
The Top Stories page keeps the user up-to-date with the latest scores and information as it happens. The app also provides exclusive content from Sky Sports News, including interviews and reactions. Sky’s content includes transfer-rumours posted by fans. As well as a full transfer line up of @JimWhite, @nataliesawyer #skydeadlineday
The first sports app ever available on the App Store and also on Android and Windows, the biggest mobile football application is driven by a team of young football fans and backed by high-level investors. With 19 million fans, the apps provides hundreds of news articles each day, comprehensive overviews of all relevant matches and a handy timeline with past and upcoming fixtures.
The world’s biggest sports radio station also has a popular app which allows the user to listen to live premier league matches. Their specific focus on transfer deadline day will help keep you up-to-date with all the news, rumours, done deals and gossip.
And for all that if you want to load up with even more news you should also visit goal.com; soccernews.com, football365.com and eurosport.yahoo.com if you are interested in European transfers
And if you think it’s hard to stay informed with what’s going on, it could be worse: Football Manager coders and clouders have to burn the midnight oil tonight to ensure the world’s leading football data game stay bang up to date with the right players at the right clud with a product update every time somebody moves club. Last year the makers of the game signed a deal with Prozone, the professional football expert stats people for it to use the data captured by Football Manager.