• It's time Arsenal cut its losses
    Following Arsenal's crushing 5-1 defeat at Bayern Munich, its third loss in four UEFA Champions League matches, its manager, Arsene Wenger, was still of the view that Gunners have a chance to qualify. A better approach might be to concentrate on the EPL, where their recent run have put them in a tie for first place with Manchester City.
  • FIFA reform? An oxymoron
    The biggest joke about FIFA is that anybody believed its members were truly serious about reforming the joint.
  • Godspeed, Jose
    If reports in England are to be believed, Chelsea is preparing to offload Jose Mourinho barely five months after the Portuguese coach led the club to a domestic league and cup double. In fact, the only question, according to Eurosport's Dan Levene, is when his departure will be announced: if Chelsea loses at home to Dynamo Kiev in the Champions League on Wednesday, he could be officially let go that day. Otherwise, Levene says the club will wait-as Liverpool did in firing Brendan Rodgers last month--until the next international break, which begins after Sunday's Premier League game at Stoke City.
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