featurefootball2 years ago

Jose Mourinho's redemption doesn’t lie in the future, it's in going back to his roots

Everyone knew it was coming eventually. It was bound to be, especially with the chaotic pandemic season smashing things together which meant three years felt like eighteen months, even when it had been only eighteen months. It’s why everyone expected the guillotine to drop on Jose Mourinho’s neck.
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featurefootball3 years ago

SportsCafe’s Greatest Team performances of the decade ft. Barcelona and AS Roma

The end of what might be football’s golden decade is upon us and what a decade of the greatest team sport it has been. The underdogs reigned supreme, from Inter Milan’s tactically sensational performance against Pep Guardiola, Netherlands and their revenge against Spain all the way to AS Roma.
Siddhant Lazar
featurefootball3 years ago

August 2 | European football transfer round-up

Time waits for nobody, and with less than six days left for the Premier League’s transfer window to slam shut, the drama has skyrocketed. The other four leagues are still enjoying a good walk in the part, but with less than a month left, it’s time to start panicking and dig into a few juicy sagas.
SportsCafe Desk
featurefootball3 years ago

July 31 | European football transfer round-up

Time waits for nobody, and with less than eight days left for the Premier League’s transfer window to slam shut, the drama has picked up. The other four leagues, on the other hand, time to spare but with less than a month left, it’s time to start panicking and dig into a few juicy sagas.
SportsCafe Desk
featurefootball3 years ago

July 29 | European football transfer round-up

Harry Maguire falling “sick”, Arsenal potentially breaking a record for Nicolas Pepe, and the never-ending Neymar transfer saga. The transfer window is chock full of drama and that might never end. With less than a dozen days for the Premier League and a month for the rest left, time is running out.
SportsCafe Desk