Mourinho: Football Should Rejoice At Kaka’s Return

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho says Kaka’s return to form should be a matter of joy for the entire football fraternity. The Brazilian midfielder struggled for form and fitness since his move to the Bernabeu in 2009, but now seems to be rapidly reaching the form that made him so fearsome for AC Milan. His performances for the club were recently rewarded when he was called up to the national…

October 29, 2011

Kaka: I’m Enjoying Football Again

Kaka scored a goal against Ajax and was one of the most prominent players in the team’s 3-0 victory over the Dutch side. The midfielder shared his views on the match in the mixed zone. “I’m enjoying football again. I don’t feel any physical problems any more. I feel magnificently well and I’m sure I will continue to improve. I want to succeed on this team” “We feel good about…

September 28, 2011

Mesut Ozil: We Have The Potential To Defeat Any Team

Real Madrid’s Mesut Ozil has laid down the challenge to La Liga champions Barcelona ahead of this season by claiming his side are capable of matching any team. Real have been pipped to the Spanish league title by Barca for the last three seasons, leading to many suggesting that the Madrid-based club are no longer capable of challenging their bitter rivals. However, Los Blancos did manage to put on over…

July 26, 2011

Jose Mourinho Praises Cristiano Ronaldo

Real Madrid boss Jose Mourinho paid tribute to Cristiano Ronaldo, whose hat-trick led the side to a 3-0 friendly win over Chivas of Guadalajara. After being frustrated by the Mexican side’s goalkeeper Luis Michel in the first half in San Diego, Ronaldo finally broke the shackles in the 73rd minute and the star struck twice more in the next nine minutes to wrap up the win for the tourists. Mourinho…

July 21, 2011

‘Things Must Be Bad For José Mourinho’: Arsène Wenger

There were plenty of things to dislike about José Mourinho during his three seasons in London, not least his thoroughly unpleasant baiting of Arsène Wenger.”It was a game decided on the sending-off, which looked a bit harsh,” he wrote in his programme notes on Sunday. Wenger, we know, is hardly a pal of Mourinho. In essence, nevertheless, he was agreeing with the Portuguese coach, who was incensed when the referee…

May 3, 2011

Match Preview-Milan V Real Madrid

A Potential Banana Skin Talk to Silvio Berlusconi and he will tell you that Milan have the Champions League encrypted in their DNA. Which isn’t necessarily an exaggeration given that the Rossoneri are the second most successful club in European Cup history, but in coach Massimiliano Allegri they do have an inexperienced tactician and that could cost them dearly. If Milan had won their opening three matches in Group G,…

November 3, 2010