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Montpellier sack coach | World Soccer

Montpellier coach Michel Mezy has been sacked for presiding over a sequence of ‘bad results’, the French first division club’s chairman Louis Nicollin has confirmed. … 41 more words

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Wayne Smith can do no wrong...anymore

The media has a funny way of looking at coaches,

Wayne Smith has experienced almost all angles the media can throw at a coach.

This week I noticed he has been described as one of the worlds best coaches in a… 379 more words

Critics line up to lambast Bayern | World Soccer

Bayern Munich have returned to Germany to face a torrent of abuse after last night’s 2-1 defeat at Deportivo Coruna knocked the 2001 European champions out of the Champions League. 270 more words

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Bayern were embarrassing admits Hitzfeld | World Soccer

Bayern Munich coach Ottmar Hitzfeld has admitted that he was disappointed and embarrassed by his team’s performances in this season’s Champions League.

‘The way we’ve played in the Champions League this season has been disappointing and embarrassing,’ Hitzfeld said after his side’s 2-1 defeat to Deportivo Coruna, a defeat which ended Bayern’s slim hopes of progressing to the next stage. 107 more words

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Boateng retracts racism allegations | World Soccer

Middlesbrough have released a statement on the the club’s website following Saturday’s incident involving midfielder George Boateng.

Boateng and Leeds’ Nick Barmby were involved in a heated exchange, and the ‘Boro midfielder was quoted afterwards as saying that his angry reaction had been caused by racist abuse aimed at him by Barmby. 299 more words

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Michael Essien will stay at Chelsea - agent

Michael Essien will not be departing Stamford Bridge, according to the player’s agent

  • News: ‘Group One’ Villas-Boas to take time over new signings
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Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness found guilty in tax evasion trial and given three-and-a-half yea

Bayern Munich president Uli Hoeness was found guilty of tax evasion by a German court on Thursday and sentenced to three and a half years in prison. 166 more words

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