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Juventus On The Right Track?

After a dismal run which included a series of disappointing performances and unacceptable results the Bianconeri management finally decided to replace the inexperienced Ciro Ferrara with Alberto Zaccheroni. It is unreasonable to question whether Zaccheroni could have won the title if he was coaching from the beginning of the season. However, he most likely would have achieved better […]

Problems Persist After Juve Settle For Draw

Juventus were made to work for the one point in a clash against hosts Livorno. In Alberto Zaccheroni’s second match in charge, the Old Lady appeared toothless upfront and shaky at the back. The firing of Ciro Ferrara has not improved the performances while also not leading to a dramatic […]

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The Madness of Thierry Henry and Thaksin Shinawatra

This past week, the two names you can’t escape are Arsenal’s Thierry Henry and soon-to-be conqueror of Manchester City Thaksin Shinawatra. I’ve purposefully stayed away from writing about them. Why? If you’re like me, I’m a bit sick of hearing their names in the news so often, which is why […]

The Football Managers: Poetry In Motion

Come Sunday, expect the television cameras to be zooming in on the faces of Rafa Benitez and Sir Alex Ferguson as they try to detect whether the pressure is getting to either manager. Attention will be paid to body language and how each manager interacts with one another, what the […]

Mangala Reportedly Close To Manchester City Move

Eliaquim Mangala is reportedly close to signing with Manchester City according to sources close to Sky Sports. Despite Mangala’s expressed interest in joining Chelsea, it seems Mangala will likely be choosing between not only Manchester City and Chelsea but Manchester United as well. An offer of £32 million has been […]

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