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Premier League: Chelsea Humiliate Manchester United & Jose Mourinho

Posted on 23 Oct, 2016, by in Soccer

As the reality of being beaten by 4-0 sets in, Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho can hide temporarily behind a mask of words, excuses and complaints about how Antonio Conte behaved, but the truth is he’s been doing a terrible job since helping assemble the most expensive squad in the history of English Football. More

Liverpool & Jurgen Klopp Couldn’t Move the Parked Bus, Manchester United & Jose Mourinho Got What They Came For

Posted on 17 Oct, 2016, by in Soccer

You can look at the 0-0 draw between Liverpool and Manchester United from a number of angles. Almost all of them lead to the same result: It was a disappointing football match in quality and obviously in goals. Jose Mourinho however, always about the bottom line, is probably one of the few leaving Anfield with something to be happy about. More

Football Managers Corruption History: Sam Allardyce Isn’t the First

Posted on 29 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

England manager Sam Allardyce is out, and the blitz the Daily Telegraph are on in exposing corruption in English football has pinned the blame on three individuals in the Championship division: Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink of QPR, Tommy Wright of Barnsley, and Leeds owner Massimo Cellino, who is probably the least surprising name to find on this list. $7 m More

Champions League Finalists No Longer in the Top Flight

Posted on 28 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

Since the inception of the European Cup, later turning into the Champions League, 39 clubs have appeared in at least one final. Four of these clubs are no longer in their country’s top flight: More

Liverpool, the Premier League’s Sleeping Giants

Posted on 25 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

It’s hard to find a club like Liverpool: It’s been 26 years since their last championship, yet it remains one of the biggest names in the sport of football not just in England but all over the world. I doubt there’s another club that could go this long with a league title and remain so massively supported. More

Chelsea vs Liverpool: Goals, Highlights & Analysis

Posted on 16 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

Playing in London seems to be an incredible treat for Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp this season, beating Chelsea 2-1 at Stamford Bridge, something of a given for them these days, helped by a stunning goal by Jordan Henderson, and signaling that there’s one more team that needs to be added to the title race. More

Hapoel Be’er Sheva & Maccabi Tel Aviv Are the Biggest Story in the Europa League

Posted on 15 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

For the first night of Europa League football this season, Israeli clubs Maccabi Tel Aviv and Hapoel Be’er Sheva, one for the right reason and for the completely wrong one, were the biggest story, eclipsing everything else that happened. More

12 Best Memes of Jose Mourinho & Manchester United Outclassed by Pep Guardiola & Manchester City

Posted on 11 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

Few managerial rivalries are filled with hate, ego and arrogance such as the one between Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho. Manchester City beating Manchester United in the derby brought out meme makers to make fun of the losing manager, and his most expensive signing, Paul Pogba. More

Old Firm Derby: Celtic & Moussa Dembele Shine, Brendan Rodgers Gloats, Rangers Not Ready

Posted on 11 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

The Scottish Premier League needed the Old Firm Derby back, but Celtic vs Rangers at the moment is as one sided as a rivalry can be. Moussa Dembele tore through the newcomers (funny to call them that) defense with ease, and until the financial and quality gaps are bridges in a way, there’s still no threat to Celtic’s Premiership dictatorship. More

Manchester Derby: Pep Guardiola, Jose Mourinho & Some Things Don’t Change

Posted on 11 Sep, 2016, by in Soccer

Despite all of the praise and mostly the points, Manchester United under Jose Mourinho seemed star struck and frozen when meeting with Manchester City under Pep Guardiola, letting the industriousness of Fernandinho tear his midfield apart, while the front consisting of Kevin de Bruyne, Raheem Sterling, Nolito and Kelechi Iheanacho ran amok for the first 45 minutes. More