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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

Jose Mourinho Makes a Joke Out of Himself

Posted on 30 Jan, 2014, by in Soccer

The last manager who can criticize others for parking the bus is Jose Mourinho, but frustration from Chelsea’s 0-0 draw with West Ham leads a man to make ridiculous comments that make him seem like the hypocrite he’s always been. More

West Ham Have More Goalless Draws Than The Entire Bundesliga

Posted on 15 Dec, 2013, by in Soccer

In one of the least surprising statistical revelations of 2013, we find out that West Ham are quite boring to watch. How boring? With five goalless draws this season already, … More

Transfer Rumors 2012 – Rio Ferdinand Leaving Manchester United for West Ham

Posted on 26 Oct, 2012, by in Soccer

Does anyone else think that the whole Alex Ferguson – Rio Ferdinand shirt thing would never have happened during the centre back’s more capable days? It looks there might not be so much of a future for the former England international with Manchester United, and his home club of West Ham seems like a nice play to finish his career. More

What Good Will it Do?

Posted on 1 Apr, 2009, by in Soccer

You can get used to seeing Alan Shearer, the Premiership’s all time leading scorer in tailored clothes. As what was regarded in the beginning as an April Fool’s joke later became a legitamte story, probably the biggest one in English football on the 1st of April despite the national side playing the Ukraine and beating them 2-1.Is it the right decision for Shearer? Is it the right decision for Newcastle? They can’t do worst then they’ve done so far. The magpies are ranked 18th in the Premiership with 8 games to go, 2 points below Blackburn. Although it’s still too early to call them gonners, with 6 more teams above them not safe from the relegation axe, Newcastle are in serious serious trouble. More