“There are another 60 points to play for before the season is out so the league is not over. But, as I’ve said lots of times, our target was never to win the title but to get back into Europe.” AS Roma coach Rudi Garcia.
- Colorado’s coaching situation.
- Walcott will miss World Cup.
- Wynalda in Atlanta.
- League Cups on TV.
Reunification and rebirth of the Earthquakes – from San Jose Earthquakes president Dave Kaval: The key question is “why?” Why change anything?
Portugal legend Eusebio remembered – from World Soccer’s Keir Radnedge: Fans around the world took Eusebio to their hearts not only because of his ability but because of the sportsmanslike way in which he played the people’s game.
FA Cup is in need of a major revamp to reignite the romance of the competition – from The Telegraph’s Alan Hansen: The old feeling, that magic and excitement of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s, is not there any more.
Arsenal tell Tottenham to ‘mind the new gap’ – from ESPN FC’s David Hirshey: Take Sherwood, for instance.
Pain deepens for lowly United, Moyes – from Fox Soccer’s Amy Lawrence: might it have been an idea not just to go for a new chapter, but a completely different book?
David Moyes’s failings suggest Manchester United chose wrong man – from The Guardian’s Daniel Taylor: Yet it is a flimsy line of argument.
Moyes can’t rely on United’s reputation for backing their bosses – from The Manchester Evening News’ Rob Dawson: Ask Wilf McGuiness if United give their managers enough time and you might get a different answer.
Manchester United, West Ham unable to escape FA Cup embarrassment – from SI.com’s Jonathan Wilson: and it’s understood that the West Ham board believes that money is better use in buying players than in ousting a manager who has never been relegated.
Dougie Freedman happy with success of 4-4-2 – from The Bolton News’s Marc Iles: For the first time since the victory over Bournemouth back at the start of November, Freedman went with both of his big-name strikers.
2014 Fifa World Cup: A huge year in the history of Brazil – from BBC Sport’s Tim Vickery: The boom, then, has created a culture of rising expectations.
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