Could Liverpool one day see Steven Gerrard return?

From the moment that Liverpool’s ‘Living Legend’ Steven Gerrard announced he was leaving Anfield to LA many people have been speculating about a return to Liverpool. A lot of supporters are bitter about how the Gerrard situation was handled with Rodgers. I’m sure the final nail in the coffin was being left out of the starting eleven when they faced […]

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Koeman: Wait a year for Arsenal?

So Ronald Koeman is about to become the new manager of Everton. Pending the correct compensation package being agreed for Southampton. I was thinking…had he waited a year, would he have been in the frame to replace Arsene Wenger at Arsenal? Should he wait a year for Arsenal? I’m sure the new owners of Everton have been really impressed with what […]

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Pep Guardiola takes city to another level

Khaldoon Al Mubarak, Chairman of Manchester City has recently stated that appointing Pep Guardiola as their new manager has taken their club to another level. Question is: Putting it into perspective, will the step change be as noticeable as they’d hope? One of the best managers.. “I’m absolutely exited about Pep joining our team,” said Al Mubarak. “I consider Pep […]

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Last chance for Wenger?

Surely this must be the last season for Wenger before he is moved out or up. We all know the fans aren’t happy with the lack of success over the past few years. Seemingly making the Champions League is enough for the board to be happy and keep Arsene in a job.

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Changing the guard at Utd (again..) love affair with Mourinho..

love affair with Utd

So Man Utd tried to replace the living legend that is Sir Alex Ferguson. David Moyes was heralded as the chosen one, well he did work wonders with Everton and on a much smaller budget, so why would he not be given an opportunity? Why would he not succeed. Doomed from the start.. He was doomed from the start as […]

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Jose Mourinho: Has he finally found a club to match his ego..?

love affair with Utd

Jose Mourinho is though of by a number of players, coaches, and commentators as one of the greatest and most successful managers in the world. However his professional career was only at the standard of the Portuguese 2nd Division. There is no doubt about it, he’s a clever guy, having studied sports science in Technical University of Lisbon and attended […]

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Pep Guardiola – you have to respect him

Pep Guardiola - You have to respect him..

Guardiola was an incredibly successful deep-lying playmaker. Highly regarded throughout his career for his vision of the game, ball control, technical ability, passing range and calm composure. Winning many plaudits along the way. He was capped 47 times for Spain, he also played some friendly matches for Catalonia.

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Chelsea welcome Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte is currently manager of the Italian national team and will be taking over Chelsea after the European Championships in France this summer. During his playing career he became one of the most decorated and influential players in the history of Juventus. He was known for his work-rate, and leadership, captaining the team, and winning the UEFA Champions League, […]

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Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino spent 17 years as a professional player, 10 of which were in La Liga with Espanyol, scoring 13 goals in 275 games. During his career he also played in France for two clubs, Paris Saint-Germain and Bordeaux, having started his career with Newell’s Old Boys. He also played international football for 3 years representing Argentina at the 2002 […]

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Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger, OBE has been the manager of Arsenal since 1996, where he has since become the club’s longest-serving manager and most successful in terms of major titles won. He has been given credit for his contribution to the revolutionising of football in England in the late 1990s through the introduction of changes in the training and diet of players.

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