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Tag Archives: Gianfranco Zola

Crystal Palace and the Premier League Would Lose A Good Manager If Ian Holloway Is Sacked

Posted on by Peter Quinn
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Much has been made about the reported meeting between Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish and manager Ian Holloway following Monday night’s game at Selhurst Park. Palace suffered a 4-1 defeat to Fulham thanks in large part to two stunning first-half goals from … Continue reading

West Ham's Most Important Summer Beckons

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Four years ago, West Ham’s fans and players were licking their wounds after coming so close to winning the clubs first piece of major silverware since 1980′s F.A. Cup win. Cruelly denied by Liverpool, firstly with Steven Gerrard’s incredible last … Continue reading

Gianfranco Zola Serves Coffee to Sky Sports Reporters

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Love or hate West Ham United’s performances on the pitch this season, you have to admire Gianfranco Zola. He’s always been the perfect gentleman both on the pitch — where he graced the Stamford Bridge pitch — and off the … Continue reading

West Ham Sack Gianfranco Zola: Who Should Replace Him?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Gianfranco Zola was sacked as manager of West Ham United this morning. While this hardly comes as surprising news for followers of the club and the Premier League, it’s still quite a shame for a professional who showed so much … Continue reading

Noon Ticker: City Attempt To Recall Hart, Solano Arrested On Rape Suspicion, More

Posted on by John Boschini

Manchester City Attempt To Recall Joe Hart From Birmingham City Manchester City’s lack of a proven goalkeeper is putting their Champion’s League hopes in serious doubt. City approached the Premier League yesterday to request special permission to execute an emergency … Continue reading

Who Wants To Be A Football Manager?

Posted on by John Nicholson

The pleasures of playing football are easy enough to understand. It’s a great sport and if you’re any good you get a shed load of cash, the sexual attentions of fake blonde women, and a mock Tudor house full of … Continue reading

The Fate of Antonio Cassano

Posted on by Robert

If he were an opera star, he would be il divo.  If he were an American sports star, he would be called a prima dona (yes, Americans don’t speak other languages well) and be compared to Terrell Owens or various … Continue reading

West Ham’s Takeover Is Well-Considered, Stable and Boring

Posted on by tyduffy

For those not emotionally invested, the sale of a prominent Premier League club is chum in the water.  We want easily caricatured nutballs in charge, huge transfer budgets, grandiose schemes destined to fail and decimations of the club’s staff.  We … Continue reading

West Ham Await Summer Progress

Posted on by Christopher Walker

When Gianfranco Zola got back on the team bus from Goodison Park yesterday he could be forgiven for thinking “Only one more week and we can get this club sorted out”. Gianfranco Zola is a legend of English football – particularly … Continue reading

Ronaldo v Taylor and the LMA Makes Recommendations About Refs

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

So the big story that will be blown out of proportion from United’s 2-1 victory over Newcastle is the war of words at halftime between Cristiano Ronaldo and Stephen Taylor. Nothing too serious, Ronaldo calling Taylor a rubbish footballer and … Continue reading

Gianfranco Zola: How Do You Say “Lucky” In Italian?

Posted on by Scott Bennett

His owner is trying to sell the club after the global economic recession virtually wiped out his fortune in Iceland. His club is embroiled in a massive lawsuit with a £25 million fine sitting over it’s head. His better players … Continue reading

Chelsea Sack Scolari — Bring on Zola !

Posted on by Lonnie Smetana

A strange turn of events at Chelsea where Luiz Felipe Scolari has been sacked and Avram Grant, the man Scolari replaced, has emerged as one of the candidates on Chelsea’s shortlist to replace the former World Cup-winning manager. Whether Grant … Continue reading

Reviewing the Rookie Managers of the English Premier League

Posted on by James Harris

The English Premier League provides the biggest stage in the world for players, managers, and coaches alike to showcase their various skills and talents.  Audiences in the millions around the world watch teams and players, as fans tune into whatever … Continue reading

Zola Wins First Home Game In Charge

Posted on by Kevin Walker

West Ham wins at home against Newcastle and that’s good news for newly arrived manager Gianfranco Zola.  Zola was simply beaming with encouragement and praise for his players who helped secure his first home win as manager at the London club. See what … Continue reading

West Ham United Agree Zola Deal

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Sky Sports News is reporting that Gianfranco Zola has agreed a deal to be the new West Ham United manager. According to the news channel, the Chelsea legend has agreed a three year contract at the Hammers. Zola will be … Continue reading

Interesting Headlines In the World of Italian Calcio

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Over the last 24 hours I’ve been reading several interesting and amusing headlines including, the predicted signing of Gianfranco Zola as the next Hammer’s manager, the possible return of Edgar Davids to Serie A,  Mourinho’s Fury regarding his cable bill and Marcello Lippi shuffling … Continue reading

Serie A Elite On West Ham United Shortlist

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Roberto Donadoni and former Napoli and Chelsea forward, Gianfranco Zola have made the shortlist for new manager at West Ham United. What an amazing change of events I can remember not to long ago Italian tactics and methods were despised by the English … Continue reading