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Tag Archives: Jose Mourinho

Inter’s Decline Under Rafael Benitez

Posted on by Mark McAllister

Under Jose Mourinho, Inter gradually developed an aura of invincibility, and their defence – generally made up of Maicon, Lucio, Samuel and Chivu (or Zanetti) – had become the envy of the rest of Europe. The Nerazzurri had finally brought … Continue reading

La Liga Jornada 10 Review: Atlético Madrid Suffers Another Derby Loss to Real Madrid

Posted on by Andy Pineda

As with most local derbies (national derbies such as El Clásico between Real Madrid and Barcelona, Le Classique between Marseille and Paris Saint-Germain, De Klassieker between Ajax and Feyenoord, etc. excluded), the derby means a little more to one club … Continue reading

Real Madrid Grab Last-Gasp Goal For 2-2 Draw

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

After a truly fantastic matchday of Champions League action, there are so many things to review, especially after so many goals were scored. There were 53 goals scored in all 16 matches of the Champions League this midweek, that’s an … Continue reading

La Liga Jornada 9 Review: Real Madrid Passes Herculean Test

Posted on by Andy Pineda

With the reinstitution of the Galáctico policy following Florentino Pérez’s return as President of Real Madrid last summer, Pérez wasted no time in the second construction of his universe-beating side.  Lost in the shuffle of Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaká, and Xabi … Continue reading

No Italians in Ballon D’Or 2010 Nominees

Posted on by Niccolo Conte

Fifa released its list of the 23 nominees for the Ballon D’Or of 2010. Along with the 23 players, there are also 10 managers/coaches competing for the World Coaches of the Year award. The winners of both will be announced … Continue reading

Ghost of Jose Mourinho Haunts Milan

Posted on by Robert

Yesterday was a bad day for Serie A in the Champions League.  Roma lost 3-1 at home to FC Basel to fall into last place in Group E, but level on points with Basel and Cluj.  But the big story … Continue reading

La Liga Jornada 7 Review: Did Barcelona Expose Valencia’s Faint Ambitions of Winning La Liga?

Posted on by Andy Pineda

Through the first six rounds in La Liga, Valencia CF led the way at the top of the ladder with sixteen points, one point ahead of Villarreal, two points ahead of Real Madrid, and three points ahead of FC Barcelona. … Continue reading

La Liga Jornada 3 Review: Real Madrid Grinds Out A Victory Over the Better Real Sociedad Side

Posted on by Andy Pineda

Early in the second half, before Angel di María opened the scoring with a sublime curler to the right far post to give Real Madrid the 0-1 lead, “El Especial,” José Mourinho, lambasted referee Antonio Mateu Lahoz for showing a … Continue reading

UEFA Champions League Preview – Part 2

Posted on by Chris McQuade

After a goal strewn Champions League opener (unless you were at Old Trafford) highlighted the quality on show in the world’s Elite club competition. The games in Group A were a particular highlight. Tonight see’s the rest of the competition … Continue reading

Will Chelsea Continue Their Dominant Start?

Posted on by James Beckett

Although Chelsea will take on a West Ham side that are rock-bottom of the Premier League on Saturday, the trip to Upton Park represents Ancelotti’s toughest task so far this season, and Chelsea will have to up their game to … Continue reading

Frustrations Continue For Wright Phillips

Posted on by James Beckett

When Shaun Wright Phillips appeared as second half substitute against Switzerland, he was probably hoping that an impressive display could kick-start his club season. But things didn’t go according to plan for the Manchester City winger and a below par … Continue reading

Ancelotti After Long Period In England

Posted on by James Beckett

Chelsea boss Carlo Ancelotti has today claimed that he wants to emulate the success of Sir Alex Ferguson and have a prolonged stay in the English game. The Chelsea boss has also suggested he may even wish to manage England … Continue reading

Inter Sweeps UEFA Awards, Plus Champions League Draw Analysis

Posted on by Robert

Today’s UEFA Champions League draw was one that should prove that Serie A is still one of the premier leagues in the world, and that Inter is arguably the world’s best club.  The Nerazzurri swept the UEFA individual awards: Goalkeeper … Continue reading

Special 1 TV – Episode 5 – What Next?

Posted on by Christopher Harris

With less than a week to go before the World Cup ends, the cast of characters on Special1 TV are out of the World Cup. Fabio Capello and Wayne Rooney went home with their heads down. Sven had an early … Continue reading

Special1 TV, Episode 4: Next The Germans

Posted on by Christopher Harris

It’s that time in the World Cup 2010 tournament where a little bit of comedic relief would do a lot of people the world of good, myself included. So who better than The Special One to provide the laughs? Following … Continue reading

Special1 TV: Episode 3 Featuring England v Algeria Humor: Video

Posted on by Christopher Harris

The third episode of Special1 TV, the BBC 3 version, has been released and there are plenty of laughs to be had in this video. Some of the highlights include: A few laughs at the expense of England’s performance against … Continue reading

Henry Winter Interview: World Cup, Premier League and Custard Creams

Posted on by Christopher Harris

EPL Talk’s Laurence McKenna had an opportunity recently to sit down with Henry Winter, one of the most accomplished English football authors and writers in the United Kingdom. Just minutes before the England versus Mexico friendly at Wembley, McKenna had … Continue reading

Special1 TV, Episode 2 (BBC3): World Cup Special

Posted on by Christopher Harris

Episode 2 of Special1 TV has been released, and it’s an instant classic. This one has many more laughs than the debut episode on BBC 3. It’s one of those episodes that has a little something for everyone. It’s a … Continue reading