All Blog Posts Tagged 'Milan' (5)

Think Big Act Bigger

The sacking of Kenny Dalglish was greeted with mixed emotions. The die-hard fans of Liverpool, the scousers and those who have been supporting the club since/before Kenny Dalglish joined the club as a player felt it is a very harsh decision despite admitting that the season was a dull campaign from his part.

There are other groups of supporters who are sad to see their beloved “King Kenny” go but understands the psychology of the owners. Gone are those days when time was not a factor…


Added by Saikat Mandal on May 18, 2012 at 6:30 — 2 Comments

City may have won the battle, but now it's time for war.

It's been three days now since the unthinkable happened. Since one of the most dislikeable footballers of all time stood up and finally said…


Added by David O'Loughlin on February 25, 2012 at 10:30 — 1 Comment

Slap them. You know you want to!


I was reading yet another one of those 'My Perfect XI' lists recently that are so often a feature of websites or magazines.


You know the sort of thing, an all-time XI as selected by someone important. They may be from a single club, from a particular country or league, the most…


Added by Im_Partial on April 2, 2011 at 23:23 — 17 Comments

It's a Sicilian Message

After Palermo was embarrassed at home this weekend there’s an ‘…


Added by Owen Neilson on February 28, 2011 at 22:00 — 6 Comments

A light-hearted slap-dash Serie-A round-up

Kapooow!! Bologna got match-day 26 underway with a 1-0 win over Palermo that moved the Rossoblu up to 12th.  The game was delayed by 5 minutes because of faulty floodlights, but substitute Daniele Paponi  brightened things up with a 90th minute header to take all 3 points. Bologna coach Alberto Malesani said Palermo “struggled to contain us” after the win, though they did…


Added by Owen Neilson on February 20, 2011 at 21:30 — 18 Comments


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