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Tag Archives: Jose Mourinho

Manchester City Signing Patrick Vieira Is A Risky Business

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Well when your side is screaming out for a centre half, why not simply go out and sign a centre midfielder who’s lost his pace and has struggled with injuries for 3 seasons. Yes, Roberto Mancini seems to think that … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 14

Posted on by Robert

The best way to sum up the action this past weekend is more of the same.  The top 4 remain the top 4 (with one switch) and those looking in danger of relegation still look in danger of relegation.  However, … Continue reading

Special One plots Italian exit

Posted on by Gareth Freeman

Internazionale boss Jose Mourinho is already plotting his exit from Giuseppe Meazza, after less than two years in the Nerazzurri hotseat.  The Portuguese boss is just halfway through his contract with Inter but he is already talking up his plans … Continue reading

With Rubin Kazan’s Deserved Victory, FC Barcelona Suffers a Minor Setback

Posted on by Andy Pineda

After a workmanlike 1-0 victory against Almería and a mediocre showing in their 0-0 draw at the Mestalla against Valencia CF on Saturday, FC Barcelona looked to reverse their form in the Champions League against a supposed weaker team in … Continue reading

EPL Talk Meets Patrick Barclay

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Patrick Barclay is one of Britain’s best known and respected football journalists. With a career of over 30 years working for a variety of publications and numerous appearances on television talking about the game, Patrick is always worthy of attention.Currently … Continue reading

Mourinho talking again, but for how long?

Posted on by Gareth Freeman

Inter Milan manager Jose Mourinho has always had a bit of a reputation as an outspoken type of fellow but that looked like it had all changed when he imposed a ‘media blackout’ last weekend. The former Porto and Chelsea … Continue reading

Lessons Learned from Giornata 5

Posted on by Robert

It’s crunch time in Serie A, as clubs must play three games in the span of 8 days this week, and even more over the next eleven days if they are playing in international competitions. It’s a Bad Month to … Continue reading

Top 7 Goals of Wesley Sneijder

Posted on by Sam Hiser

Sneijder (the ‘j’ is silent) was evidently in The Zone back in his Ajax days. By comparison, his best-of reel from Real Madrid are closer in and more on the cheeky side. Yet this is an index of the quality … Continue reading

Where Did It All Go Wrong For Micah Richards?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Jose Mourinho fell out with Roman Abrahamovic over him, Martin Jol tried twice to sign him for Tottenham and Barcelona were even watching him but those admiring glances and failed bids seem a long way off now. When he first … Continue reading

Is David Moyes Ready for a Big Four Management Position?

Posted on by Sebastian Shepard

David Moyes has spent over a decade managing clubs in English football, hitting his peak over the last couple of seasons after some strange yo-yo performances by the Merseyside club in prior years. He has earned a spot in the … Continue reading

Not so Fantastic: Advice to the MLS from The Special One

Posted on by Brian Zygo

Love him or hate him, you cannot ignore Jose Mourinho, because he is the proverbial moth drawn to the media spotlight. This recent FIFA International Break found the Special One in the United States as he prepared for the World … 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

Serie A Teams Disappoint In Tuesday’s UCL Round Of 16 Matches

Posted on by George Metellus

The most exciting part of the UEFA Champions League is underway, The Knockout Stages.  We’re getting closer to crowning a European champion and if Italian teams continue to play the way they did on Tuesday in the 1st leg of … Continue reading

It’s All About the Champions League While The Injuries Start to Mount

Posted on by Johnathan Starling

Well the next two days will be most interesting viewing. The time has come and gone for words, the threats and promises manager and player alike have made now have to turn into results. That doesn’t mean we can’t look … Continue reading

Is Mourinho Really The Special One?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Tomorrow night sees a meeting between two of  Europe’s best coaches in the Champions League when Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United travel to Milan to face Jose Mourinho’s Inter side. Mourinho’s magic touch is still continuing in his current spell in Italy, … Continue reading

Who Will Cash-Strapped Chelsea Sell This Summer?

Posted on by tyduffy

Chelsea announced a £65.7m loss for last year, a staggering sum, particularly as it marks an improvement over the loose-pursed past.  Though the tangible sum is less, the impact will be felt more, after Roman Abramovich as billionaire Roman Abramovich … Continue reading

Where Now For Chelsea?

Posted on by Paul Bestall

Where were you when the news of Scolari’s sacking broke this afternoon? I saw it on facebook, followed by a text message from a friend who works at ESPN. I can honestly say that the decision by Roman Abramovich and … Continue reading

Serie A Match Day 19 Roundup

Posted on by Kevin Walker

Olof Melberg (pictured/Reuters) comes up big for Juventus scoring his first goal at the club, and rescuing a point after the Bianconeri fell behind to Lazio in the first 25 mins off an exquisitely taken free kick by Cristian Ledesma. … Continue reading