Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door to as a potential Chelsea return

Submitted on Mon, 12/07/2015 - 07:57

Carlo Ancelotti has opened the door to as a potential Chelsea return after admitting that he has no grudges against his former club.

The Italian lost his job immediately after the game against Everton. The manner of his dismissal was seen as ‘lacking class’ towards the manager who had led the club to a league title only 12 months ago. Ancelotti’s team managed to win the 2009-10 league campaign in incredible fashion by breaking several records. That team still holds the record for the most number of goals scored in a single league season.

Rafael Da Silva ended career with MU

Submitted on Thu, 10/01/2015 - 05:56

As indicated by most bookmaker odds, Rafael Da Silva recently brought his seven-year spell in English football with Manchester United to an end after joining French outfit Lyon.

This may not seem like a significant doubt step in his career. Lyon also have the capability to challenge for titles despite the presence of Paris St Germain. The defender, though, says that the prospect of representing the Brazilian national team is the biggest challenge for any player.

Spain International Sergio Ramos is going to land at Manchester United

Submitted on Thu, 07/16/2015 - 18:19

It appears the Spain International Sergio Ramos is going to land at Manchester United very, very soon.

If one goes by the stories coming in the English media, the Red Devils are about to finalize the deal with the Spanish giants Real Madrid which Ramos is presently a part of.

Ramos is not happy with his situation in the Whites’ Camp at the moment.

The change in management and also, the owners’ reluctance to give him a contract extension, the defender has not taken these things well in his stride.

Fernando Torres has revealed it was Steven Gerrard who made him away from Liverpool

Submitted on Tue, 04/28/2015 - 16:31

Atletico Madrid striker Fernando Torres has revealed that it was his teammate Steven Gerrard who convinced him to move away from Liverpool back in 2011.

Torres was vindicated heavily by Liverpool supporters after he switched to one of the club’s archrivals, Chelsea, for a fee of £ 50 million. Even though his Chelsea career was extremely successful by lifting numerous titles like the Champions League, it ended on a sour note since he was unable to replicate his Liverpool form. Since then, Torres has moved to the likes of AC Milan and is now with his boyhood club Atletico.

Russell Slade says their Team was deserving candidate to win against Charlton Athletic

Submitted on Sun, 03/22/2015 - 14:08

Cardiff City manager Russell Slade said that his team were deserving of a victory from their latest match against Charlton Athletic.

Fabio da Silva move from Cardiff City to Manchester United

Submitted on Thu, 01/15/2015 - 17:16

The Brazilian full-back of Cardiff City Fabio da Silva was optimistic when he joined Cardiff City on January 29 of the ongoing year and during this time Cardiff City was still competing in the Premier League, however after a series of negative results they finished at the bottom of the English League and were relegated to the Championship League despite the introduction of new players to the team including Manchester United’s Fabio da Silva who had launched some pieces of advice to his new team.

Russell Slade hits out Publicly at Solskjaer

Submitted on Fri, 12/12/2014 - 04:27

Cardiff manager Russell Slade has hit out at his predecessor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer by saying that the squad lacked any kind of coherence and planning.

He pointed out to the fact that the Championship outfit signed as many as 30 players at one point. This led to a bloated squad, and Slade believes that the team is paying the price for it right now. Slade has been able to benefit from some of those signings like Federico Macheda, who has been a regular first-team player. Most of them, however, are expected to be shipped away in the next few transfer windows.

Cardiff Happy With Strong Start

Submitted on Mon, 09/01/2014 - 08:10

Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has stated that he is extremely happy with the way his team have started the new Championship season. Cardiff were relegated from the Premier League last season after finishing bottom of the table. However, subsequent strengthening during the transfer window has listed them as one of the favourites to get promoted straight back up. Some key players like Fabio Da Silva and Federico Macheda have been signed during this period. They have contributed to Cardiff’s unbeaten start to the new season.

Scolari Doesn't Care About Critics

Submitted on Wed, 07/09/2014 - 13:11

The manager of the Brazilian national football team, Luiz Felipe Scolari, has said that he doesn’t care about what the critics are saying about his team.

The Brazilians have not lost a single match in the ongoing FIFA World Cup and have made their way into the semi final round of the tournament, but, still, there are some people who are not happy with their performance.

Those critics reckon that the hosts have been a bit lucky at times and they might be found wanting against stronger opponents in the remaining two rounds.

Red Devils Close To Signing Shaw

Submitted on Fri, 06/27/2014 - 09:55

The Red Devils are close to securing the services of the young left back Luke Shaw who has been a part of Southampton FC since the last couple of years.

Shaw is only 18 years of age at the moment, but, the pundits in England are rating him very highly.


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