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Manager Moves: Black Cats 'Keane' On Roy

A fortnight after leading Blackpool to promotion to the Premier League, Roy Keane has left the club to return to Sunderland. He was at Blackpool for eighteen months, taking charge in October 2013 after being fired as Leicester City boss earlier that month. 101 more words

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Pochettino i Bielsa es retrobaran a Cornellà

Espanyol i Athletic Club s’enfronten aquesta nit en el partit en el qual destaquen l’absència de Kameni i el retrobament dels dos tècnics.

Amb l’objectiu d’esvair els fantasmes nascuts després de les darreres ventes i de la derrota contra el Mallorca en la segona jornada de Lliga, l’Espanyol rep la visita de l’Athletic Club de Marcelo Bielsa. 493 more words

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Why Marcelo Bielsa should prolong his stay on the Marseille touchline

Predicting whether Marcelo Bielsa will remain as Marseille boss next season has been as difficult as forecasting the side’s domestic form in the second half of the campaign. 955 more words

Opinion

La revolución Bielsa

Si bien el título de la nota parece de antemano una contradicción a uno de los principios más acérrimos de Bielsa, no es más que la verdad. 935 more words

Opinión

Weekend Review: 22/3/15

After a couple of unusually high scoring weekends, we got back to reality with a relatively low-scoring, but yet exciting, round of matches. The title race took on further twists and turns, while Monaco are creeping towards the champions league places after a run of impressive results. 1,014 more words

Lacazette toothless but Les Gones remain top of the pile

Bringing you more action from the title race that nobody wants to win.

Olympique de Marseille 0-0 Olympique Lyonnais

The Choc des Olympiques, Clash of the Olympics, is the Ligue 1 fixture that has produced the most goals, 89 in the 30 games played since 2000. 551 more words

Football

Do Marseille need to switch to sustainable energy?

Marseille have an idiosyncratic style of football reminiscent of Kevin Keegan’s Newcastle (“The Entertainers”). Their game-plan is simple. They attack at every possible opportunity, run around the pitch with as much energy as is humanly possible, press the opposition, score lots of goals, and then, when exhausted, collapse, stop defending and desperately hope that they’ve already scored enough goals to cling onto the win. 703 more words