England Succumb in Seville, Scolari Lands on a Pile O’ Money, Real Madrid Named World’s Richest Football Club, and more
Spain triumphed over England in Seville thanks to goals in each half. There’s plenty to take from the match if you got the chance to watch it.
David Beckham got his 108th cap for England in Seville, but is he going to get his permanent move to AC Milan? Time’s running out.
The headliner on this side of the pond was USA-Mexico, and the U.S. scored a 2-0 win tonight. Hopefully you caught this nice preview podcast with ESPN’s Allen Hopkins.
It’s becoming pretty expensive for Roman Abramovich to dispose of managers. If you want a quick way to make millions, signing on to manage Chelsea isn’t a bad idea. You listening, Frankie?
Maybe Mr. Abramovich isn’t done downsizing just yet, either.
You had to know that the stresses of managing the circus that is Newcastle would get to Joe Kinnear sooner or later. In all seriousness, let’s all wish the best for him and hope he makes a speedy recovery.
Of course, you can’t go around in your awesome new replica kit without the hot new kicks to go with it.
Real Madrid top the list as the world’s richest football club, yet again. Those statistics mean a lot less now than they used to, not that they should mean much in the first place.
Could a few interesting rules changes be coming to football in the near future? Four subs wouldn’t be a bad idea, and the other ideas are also worth considering.
Here’s a worthy candidate for the best goal in 2009. There’s a reason why a keeper’s always got to be on his toes.
Fans of quality defensive football might love what Manchester United are doing right now, but is it the latest sign that attacking football is becoming a thing of the past? Well, defense does win championships, right?
You’re a bold, bold man, Robbie Savage.