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Pep Guardiola mentioned that Marcelo Bielsa is the best coach in the world. Although there might be people that might think that Pep as well as the gatekeeper at Valdebebas would be the top two, there is a significant case for the Argentine to be earning that distinction. First of all, Bielsa never had the money that Jose Mourinho has had in his last three stops- in his career.  Of course, the backing that Guardiola has is also important and […]

Posted by Juan Arango On Mar - 19 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Cesc Fábregas. Alexis Sánchez. Nuri Sahin. Hamit Altintop. Radamel Falcao García. Big names. Big money. High profile. Of course these players were supposed to make a difference in their respective clubs. Some have made huge contributions, some have made very little ones, some are still waiting to play. Amid the blindness that most media types have as they only say that Real Madrid and Barcelona are the only two topics worthy of even being muttered by footballing lips and TopBet […]

Posted by Juan Arango On Mar - 6 - 2012 1 Comment READ FULL POST

If there is a goalscorer hotter than Fernando Llorente, please let me know.  Since returning from this premature Christmas break due to injury, Llorente has set opposing goals ablaze.  He is arguably one of the best runs of form of his career and is in prime position to be the striker for Vicente Del Bosque this coming summer.   This recent stratospheric run of form he is in the middle of has placed him in a situation where he could […]

Posted by Juan Arango On Feb - 9 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Diego Simeones resumé leaves little doubt as to why he was the one appointed to the job at Atlético Madrid. Two league titles in Argentina with Estudiantes as well as River Plate give any coach a stage where he can explore options in other parts of the world. His results and his playing style have always guaranteed offensive aggressiveness with lots of defensive liability. His second stint at Racing Club saw him tweak his defensive map much better as La […]

Posted by Juan Arango On Jan - 6 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST

The players change but the problems remain the same. It is a fact that does not just show its validity on the football pitch. It creeps its ugly head in several aspects of life. Weve all met that one person that always blames bad luck or circumstances every time they face yet the same problem once again. Whether its relationships, employments, or any miscellaneous events going on in everyday life; these individuals always point the finger elsewhere. I know its […]

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