Following their 3-0 loss in Turin last night, Chelsea have sacked manager Roberto Di Matteo with immediate effect.
It’s pretty tough on the Italian, particularly following his very successful spell in charge of the club last season, lifting the FA Cup and Champions League following the poor start made by André Villas-Boas.
Roman Abramovic has now sacked Claudio Ranieri, Jose Mourinho, Avram Grant, Luiz Felipe Scolari, Carlo Ancelotti, André Villas-Boas and Roberto Di Matteo since joining the club.
David Beckham has announced he is to leave LA Galaxy next month alerting football clubs worldwide who would love to sign the former England captain.
Where will Beckham go?
Speculation is rife that Beckham will go to Australia, China, Paris, or possibly even back to the Premier League. The reality is no-one knows just yet what Beckham plans to do. Last year PSG showed more than a passing interest but Beckham seemed content to stay in LA.
Beckham has one more game to play at The Home Depot Center before moving on to the next stage in his illustrious career.
Perhaps Beckham could hook up with his homey following the news that Snoop Doggy Dogg wants to invest in Celtic, maybe not though – I couldn’t imagine Posh wandering the streets of Glasgow looking for a bargain!
Yes, you read the title right, Calvin Cordozar Broadus Jr – otherwise known as American rap superstar and part time porn movie director Snoop Doggy Dogg has speculated that he may be interested in investing in Celtic football club. It appears that the doggfather has taken a shine to the Glasgow club following their remarkable victory over Barcelona at Celtic Park on 7 November.
Snoop has used his extensive football knowledge to identify Georgios Samaras as “a proper athlete and pretty dangerous player”. Need we say any more?
Why is it that when a player scores a wonder goal at international level it’s always against England? Maradona, Ronaldinho and now Ibrahimovic…
Momentarily, Edgar Davids remembers who he is and drops an f-bomb live on TV – what a lad…
Not for the first time, the powers that be at UEFA find themselves under pressure to act over the issue of racism.
The events of Tuesday night during what was supposed to be a routine Under-21 game between England and Serbia were a stark reminder that more needs to be done to rid the game of this most vile of abuse – a lot more.