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
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Jose Mourinho Happy With Real Madrid Squad

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho says there was no need to make any radical changes in the close season after strong performances in 2010-11. The Copa del Rey holders were relatively quiet on the transfer market and signed ‘only’ five players in Fabio Coentrao, Nuri Sahin, Hamit Altintop, Jose Callejon and Raphael Varane. “We did a good job last season, so radical changes weren’t necessary,” Mourinho said. “It may seem…

September 9, 2011
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Mesut Ozil: We Are Much Stronger

Real Madrid playmaker Mesut Ozil believes the current Los Blancos side is significantly stronger than they were last season. Real finished second in La Liga last season and reached the semi-finals of the UEFA Champions League but were defeated on both fronts by Barcelona, who finished the campaign as Spanish and European champions. Los Blancos did however manage to get one over their arch-rivals with an extra-time victory in the…

September 5, 2011
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Thiago Alcantara: Barcelona Will Win The Trophy

Barcelona youngster Thiago Alcantara believes Barcelona are in “pole position” to win their third trophy of 2011 by beating rivals Real Madrid in the Spanish Supercopa. Primera Division champions Barcelona take on Copa del Rey winners Real Madrid this Sunday in the first leg of Spanish football’s traditional curtain raiser. The first clash between the arch-rivals, who met five times last season, will be played at the Bernabeu, with the…

August 12, 2011
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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
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