September 4, 2013 by Rami El Chamaa
September 1, 2013 by Sean Charles
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August 29, 2013 by Mehul Kesavakumar
In the city where Shakespeare set his famous play, Romeo and Juliet, there was little romance in the Rossoneri’s performance as Max Allegri’s Milan began their league campaign just as they had done last season, with a loss.
Andrea Mandorlini’s Hellas Verona side were making a return to Serie A after a gap of 11 years and marked the occasion with a very impressive performance. The home side had most definitely earned the 3 points on the day against a lacklustre Milan side through a Luca Toni brace after Andrea Poli had given Milan an early lead.
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August 27, 2013 by David Bolt
The Premier League owes many thanks to Arsene Wenger. Wenger is largely responsible for dragging English football into the modern era. He introduced a scientific, methodical approach to coaching and training to a country where things were done by gut feeling and tradition; and when those methods proved successful, other clubs started adopting them too.
It would also be wrong to forget that Arsene Wenger didn’t just put together some highly successful teams; winning 3 Premier League titles and 4 FA Cups so far. It would be even more wrong not to point out his Arsenal teams have been some of the most exciting teams the Premier League has ever seen. He brought Thierry Henry, arguably the Premier League’s greatest ever player, to England. He took a team through a league season unbeaten.
August 24, 2013 by Sean Charles