Former Italy striker Gianluca Vialli believes there are too many foreigners currently playing in Serie A . The 50-year-old - who previously turned out for Juventus and Chelsea - believes that the increased number of footballers being signed from ... Yahoo! Singapore, 2 weeks ago
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Everybody knows just how passionate a Liverpool fan Phil Thompson is, but in his role as a pundit he has to be impartial - except for one incredible night when pure emotion took over. On May 25, 2005, the Reds' former captain was working for Sky ...Noodls, 2 weeks ago
There was a time, in the not too distant past, when English clubs feared only each other in the later stages of the Champions League. Such was the dominance of Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool that one or the other reached seven ...BBC, 1 day ago
News Date: 11th September 2014 View Comments: ( 0 ) ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti reacts to Fernando Torres' two-year loan from Chelsea to AC Milan and reveals the specifics behind the move. Every new recruit at Milan gets put through his paces at ...Business Ghana, 5 days ago
Goal.com ANALYSIS By Kris Voakes | International Football Correspondent Once upon a time, the Italian league was the undisputed pinnacle of football. The best players in the world played in Serie A , its clubs repeatedly featured in major ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago
Goal.com Sports nutrition is now essential to the development of any professional footballer, but that was not always the case. Upon arriving at Chelsea in 1996, Italian striker Gianluca Vialli was astonished by the eating and drinking habits in ...Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago
The Gunners star is well liked in the game but he won't reach the heights we know he can until he cuts out the funny business, writes Darren Lewis The trouble with this debate is that the waters get muddied. Partly by myopic fans convinced ...Irish Mirror, 2 months ago
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