Browsing All posts tagged under »Mourinho«

Who is in for the ‘White’ throne?

June 3, 2013 by


There have been seven changes at FC Porto, eight changes at Chelsea and five changes at Intenazionale, these are the changes in managers since Jose ‘The Special One’ Mourinho resigned as manager at all of the three clubs. Internazionale has won zero league titles and Chelsea has won one league title since Mourinho left the […]

Why Michael Essien Could Be A Great Signing For Real Madrid

September 7, 2012 by


Michael Essien. The name that used to strike fear in opposition players. The name that used to give headaches to opposition managers. The name that every manager wanted to have on his squad list. Born in the capital of Ghana, Michael Essien started his professional Football career at local team Liberty Professionals. His energetic performance […]

El Clasico – Tactical Preview

December 9, 2011 by


52 La Primera Ligas, 43 Copa Del Reys and 13 UEFA Champions Leagues between them, 20 players from the current FIFA Team of the Year, the two best managers in football, the two most richest football clubs in the world according to Deloitte and a TV audience of almost 1 billion when they go head […]

The “Special” Edition | Learning the 3 Rs – The A to Z of Jose Mourinho

December 6, 2011 by


by Umid. A – Ability: His ability to make an average Footballer play like a World Class Footballer is something to behold. One such example is Christian Chivu. Under Mou, Chivu had a fantastic season with Inter. But since Mourinho left, he has been pretty average so far. B – Blackbook: Jose’s blackbook goes wherever […]

When Love And Hate Collide: Love affair at El Molinón

December 2, 2011 by


By Srijan Choudhary Mourinho returns to El Molinón to face his nemesis Manuel Preciado who last season ended his 9 years run of being undefeated at home. Preciado and Mourinho are few of the coaches in the football world who have such colourful personality never shying away from speaking there heart out and always ready […]

El Derbi Madrileno | Un Escudo Para Dominarlos A Todos

November 26, 2011 by


Think goals, rough tackles, all out attacking, one team supposedly “bending over” for the other team and a manager whose future is in doubt. What do you have? Why, it’s El Derbi Madrileno (The Madrid Derby). So once again, we’re at that crucial stage of the season where Real Madrid are going to face a […]

Pelicans v Canaries in a Sea of Green

October 26, 2011 by


With all the fixture pile-ups and most of us busy these days with festivals, work, family and other six hundred thousand reasons, we’ve decided to let this article serve as a late review of last night’s game and a preview to the upcoming one. Quick Review: Malaga CF 0-4 Real Madrid The match against Malaga […]