7 players who refused to work with Guardiola at Manchester City
The current Manchester City is a dream club. It has everything to achieve results and become successful. And the main thing that is here is money, a lot of money. Their bosses “citizens” are accustomed to spend, perhaps even not counting, although not … Financial fair play and the need to “solve issues” with UEFA – this is at least one reason to keep track of financial expenses.
One of the main expenditure items of the budget, “Manchester City”, of course, is the one that reflects the spending on the purchase of new players. At the Etihad Stadium, the current bosses of the “citizens” will certainly want to get the best ones, although not everyone agrees to go there, even under the pretext of working with one of the best coaches of our time – Josep Guardiola. Continue reading
Solskher will not be fixed in “MJ”. Norwegian specialist in the summer will give way to Pochettino
“Manchester United”, after two and a half years of cooperation, dismissed Jose Mourinho. The Portuguese during this time won the League Cup, the Supercup of England and the Europa League, but did not become the second Alex Ferguson for Manchester. Immediately after the departure of the Portuguese, it was assumed that his assistant, Michael Carrick, would temporarily replace him, but the club made another decision, “writing out” in Norway another legendary ex-player, Ole-Gunnar Solskher. Moreover, he was invited to the position of acting head coach.
It is rather strange that the Premier League allowed the coach to be declared as acting leader. Continue reading
Shunsuke Nakamura: Japanese genius, who became the legend of “Celtic”
Despite the considerable success, few of the fans with warmth recalls the “Celtic” from the time of Gordon Strachan. They prefer the five-year plan led by Martin O’Neill, who returned the Celts to the top of Scottish football and put an end to the Rangers hegemony. Even in Europe, the specialist is respected – the giants Juventus, Lyon and Porto have all fallen victim to the coach’s wards. In 2003, the Scots reached the UEFA Cup final.
Strakan signed a contract with the legendary club in 2005 – a year after the departure of Henrik Larsson. All the best players were getting old, and after the loss of the main talisman, the future seemed foggy. Continue reading