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Home >Section 2 Around the Net > Tuesday, April 8, 2014
Spanish journalist Diego Torres, who alleged that Jose Mourinho cried when he discovered that Alex Ferguson had appointed David Moyes as his successor at Manchester United, has a new book out on the Portuguese tactician entitled The Special One: The Dark Side of Jose Mourinho, which tells, among other things, ... Read the whole story
Sunderland coach Gus Poyet admitted that it would take a miracle for his team to avoid relegation following its 5-1 thrashing at the hands of Tottenham Hotspur on Monday night. The loss left the Black Cats at the bottom of the Premier League table, seven points adrift of 17th-place Norwich ... Read the whole story
Reports in Spain claim that Cristiano Ronaldo limped out of training with Real Madrid on Monday, and is therefore unlikely to play in Real's trip to Signal Iduna Park on Tuesday to play Borussia Dortmund in the second game of the teams' UEFA Champions League Quarterfinal series. Ronaldo, who has ... Read the whole story
Pep Guardiola has described Bayern Munich's UEFA Champions League second-leg quarterfinal clash with Manchester United as a "final, a life or death match." Bayern heads into the game on Wednesday as the firm favorite following the teams' 1-1 draw in the first-leg at Old Trafford last Tuesday. "United will be ... Read the whole story
By any measure, Atletico Madrid is having a fantastic season: Los Colchoneros, as the team is affectionately known, are in first-place in La Liga (albeit just one point ahead of second-place Barcelona and three ahead of third-place Real Madrid), and currently locked in a 1-1 draw with Barca in the ... Read the whole story
We're just a little more than two months before the start of the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and the Wall Street Journal points out that no one, with exception of maybe goalkeeper Tim Howard and center midfielder Michael Bradley, is certain of their place in coach Jurgen Klinsmann's ... Read the whole story
Antonio Conte insisted that the Scudetto race is "absolutely not over" despite Juventus restoring its eight-point lead over AS Roma at the top of Serie A following its 2-0 win against Livorno on Monday night. "It is absolutely not over," the Juve coach told Sky Sport Italia. "This is a ... Read the whole story


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