Just to make the point are far-reaching as possible, I’ve let Football 365 know exactly what I think of that tosser John Terry.
Danny Welbeck has made a good start to his Manchester United career, from the screamer he scored in front of the Stretford End on his league debut to the further twelve games and two goals he finished the season with. Sir Alex Ferguson has predicted that Fabio Capello will be taking Welbeck with his England [...]
The most ludicrous rumour of the week was Paul Scholes being ‘tempted’ to leave Manchester United to take on a player-coach role at Stoke. Unsurprisingly, Stoke distanced themselves from it fairly quickly. But if that wasn’t mental enough, the latest story suggests Gareth Southgate is keen to bring Gary Neville to the Riverside. Right.
“I hope we will have this reaction,” Capello said. “Terry is one fighter. He played very well the game after the final and missing the penalty. I hope for the same reaction from the other players. It’s very, very important. The pressure. You have to win. I know this very well. When you have to [...]
Rio Ferdinand “merked” his England team-mates for an ITV programme ahead of the World Cup, getting Gary Neville in to trouble with a scouse police officer, landing Wayne Rooney in it at a charity dogs home and forcing David Beckham to jump out of his car and leg it away from what he believed to [...]
A month or so ago I wrote for Soccerlens about why Guus Hiddink was a good shout for the next Manchester United manager. He is a classy guy, he is a proven success at both domestic and International football, he has cut it in the Premiership and Champions League, he values the importance of bringing [...]
I was confident before the game. Barcelona had really struggled against Chelsea so it stood to reason they would really struggle against us. What I didn’t really account for was the fact Sir Alex Ferguson wasn’t going to play anywhere near as defensively as Chelsea did, meaning Barca would have more room to attack. Within [...]
There was recently an outpouring of grief in this country as the Hillsborough disaster was remembered. 96 innocent men, women and children lost their lives when out supporting Liverpool FC. Four years earlier, Liverpool fans had been involved in another stadium disaster in which 39 fans died. Their fans charged at the Juventus fans who [...]