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How was Jose Mourinho when he was young?

How was Jose Mourinho when young?

Jose Mario dos Santos Mourinho Felix, better known as Jose Mourinho, is one of the greatest football coaches of this generation. Like it or not, you have to recognize that the guy knows how to win tournaments, that’s why he is so successful and ear what he ears. His style has been criticized by many, including Johan Cruyff and Morten …

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MLS Week 20 All Goals

MLS Week 20 All Goals   L.A. Galaxy vs. Houston Dynamo  Robbie Keane starts, Stevie G finishes. #LAvHOU https://t.co/1AEKleKMK0 — Major League Soccer (@MLS) July 16, 2016 Columbus vs. D.C. United  Kamara. Again. 1-0 @ColumbusCrewSC. #CLBvDC https://t.co/Cfw0XQILgq — Major League Soccer (@MLS) July 17, 2016 Late drama in Columbus.@DCUnited grab an equalizer. #CLBvDC https://t.co/UNuZN3kR6K — Major League Soccer (@MLS) July …

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Do England Have a Future Manager Amongst the ‘Golden Generation’?

In the years 2001 to 2010, there was hope. So prodigious was England’s pool of talent, that fans would anticipate every tournament with optimistic whispers of “maybe, just maybe”. The gazelle-like pace of a young Michael Owen; David Beckham’s hallowed right foot; Rio Ferdinand’s reliability – every ingredient needed to win a major trophy was in place. But despite the …

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If a weeks a long time in politics, it’s even longer football. With Madrid, United and the European championships at the feet of 23 year old French midfielder Paul Pogba, he was above reproach. But Footballs a fickle game, and after a no show in the defeat to Portugal in UEFAs showpiece, what was once a bargain at 100m, deserves a …

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All Goals From MLS Week 19

All Goals From MLS Week 19 Columbus Crew vs. Toronto F.C. Not an Afful shot, at all. 1-0 @ColumbusCrewSC. #CLBvTOR https://t.co/YCos69JPR7 — Major League Soccer (@MLS) July 14, 2016 A @torontoFC homegrown special. Chapman to Hamilton, 1-1. #CLBvTOR https://t.co/rkrDoocTlQ — Major League Soccer (@MLS) July 14, 2016 New York Red Bulls vs. Orlando City S.C.  Worth the wait. @clade5 volleys …

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Allardyce: Square One

The Virtues of Playing Dirty Antonio Conte has received widespread praise for an Italian team that was primarily coached to be organised and then drove forward with potent counter-attacks. A defensive shape with wing backs demonstrated old-school urgency on the ball in wide areas. Functionality was the team’s ethos, not individuality. Icons of years gone by have been replaced by …

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The Top 10 English Premier League Goals

As the European championships in France come to a close and the new season draws near, we’ll get you geared up and ready for more football with our selection of the best 10 strikes from the English Premiership Season 2015/16. In a season where the experts were made to look like fools, managerial casualties were aplenty and the Premier League …

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Melissa Barbieri – Still Leading by Example

  Melissa Barbieri has become an icon of Australian football since she emerged for the Matilda’s (The Australian National Women’s Football Team) back in 2002.   But an Asian Cup triumph, four World Cups and 86 caps later, being a legend of the Australian game hasn’t affected the mother and goalkeepers desire to compete and to win.   Following an …

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Next England Boss? Sam Allardyce in Quotes

Can Sam Allardyce lead England to international glory? Let’s take a look at some of his finest quotes to gauge whether or not he is the right man for the job. “There are scientists who will tell you that spirit – because it can’t be measured – doesn’t exist. Bollocks. It does exist.” If Euro 2016 taught us anything, it’s …

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Thierry Henry rejects Arsenal coaching role to continue TV work

Thierry Henry has left Arsenal, after head coach Wenger ruled that the former Juventus and Barcelona striker could not coach Arsenal’s academy full-time and maintain his media role. Wenger doesn’t believe the former striker can work during the week to then criticise the players over the weekend, which resulted in the Frenchman leaving the club. According to the Telegraph “While …

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