As seemed inevitable after Pumas’s fourth consecutive league loss, José Luis Trejo lost his job as head coach. Interim coach David Patiño guided the team in yesterday’s Copa MX game, a 2-1 loss to Mérida that highlighted the team’s current disfunction. 60 more words
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The Stadium of Light will aptly shine some answers this Sunday afternoon on two clubs presently in the dark.
Sunderland’s miraculous rescue mission last season – including shock triumphs at Old Trafford and Stamford Bridge and a tremendous point at Manchester City – certainly reinvigorated a side that lay fractious and shredded of confidence after Paulo Di Canio’s reign of madness, but a nothing-to-lose charge is one thing: now we uncover the true extent of the damage the erratic Italian caused and whether indeed Gus Poyet is the man to bring stability and standing back to Wearside. 854 more words
Puma’s latest Twitter campaign, titled #ForeverFaster, was far from fool-proof. Similar to the USMNT’s campaign leading up to the World Cup, anybody who tweeted at @PUMA would be gifted a digitally autographed and personalized response picture from one of their favorite Puma athletes minutes later. 115 more words
Beşiktaş striker Demba Ba, who moved to the Turkish club over the summer from Chelsea, nearly scored what would have been the goal of the year in the Champions League against Arsenal. 31 more words
Santi Cazorla is a special player. He’s creative, he’s dynamic, he is a main cog is Arsenal’s incredible midfield machine. Still, as good as he is at avoiding opposing defenders, vanishing spray brings a whole new realm of challenges to his maneuverability. 23 more words