Manchester United is on track to another Title win. Brendan Rodgers and Liverpool Woes. David de Gea leaving Old Trafford? Arsène Wenger and Gunners fighting for Top 4. What’s next for José Mourinho? And the African Cup Of Nations’ bad timing.
Posts Tagged ‘Jose Mourinho’
Man U On Track For Title, Liverpool Woes, David de Gea Moving On?, Arsenal Top 4 Hopes, And African Cup Of NationsPosted: 14th January 2013 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: African Cup Of Nations, Arsenal, Arsène Wenger, Brendan Rodgers, David de Gea, Jose Mourinho, Liverpool, Manchester United
Chelsea’s Blue Wall Defeats Barca, Bayern Outplays Real, And Wynalda Relives Glory Days In Legends GamePosted: 20th April 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: Arsenal, Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Chelsea, Didier Drogba, Harry Redknapp, Jose Mourinho, Lionel Messi, Real Madrid, Roberto Di Matteo
The Spanish have been routed in the first leg of the Champions League semifinals. Chelsea built a blue wall that held off Messi, and Bayern outplayed Real. Arsenal is still on track to take the third Premier League spot. Roberto Di Matteo has turned The Blue’s around, but has he done enough to earn a permanent spot as Chelsea’s manager? Is Harry Redknapp still the top pick for England’s National Team even though his Tottenham has imploded? George predicts that Roma will be the ones to end Juventus undefeated season this Sunday. And finally, Eric Wynalda recaps the Legends Game in which he and old USA legends defeated their arch rivals Mexico.
The Great Giorgio Chinaglia, Champions League Quarterfinals, Busquets is Dirty, and Man City’s Title RacePosted: 5th April 2012 by sentoff in Sent Off Podcast
Tags: AC Milan, Barcelona, Benfica, Champions League, Chelsea, Eric Wynalda, Giorgio Chinaglia, Jose Mourinho, Manchester City, NY Cosmos, Real Madrid, Roberto Mancini, Sergio Busquets
Wynalda and company share some personal stories about the late Giorgio Chinaglia. The guys discuss Champions League Milan Barca and Chelsea Benfica quarterfinals. DId the referees ruin the matches? Is there a Dutch conspiracy? And is Sergio Busquets the dirtiest player in the world? And if Man City’s title race is over, what does it mean for Mancini and Mourinho? Also, the “Stat Man” makes his 1st appearance.
APOEL Advances, Arsenal and Chelsea Fight For Champions League Spot, And Mourinho Is House-Hunting In LondonPosted: 13th March 2012 by sentoff in Celebrity Guests, Sent Off Podcast
Tags: APOEL, Bayern Munich, Champions League, Chelsea, Eric Wynalda, FC Basel, Jose Mourinho, Lyon, Napoli, Premier League, Relegation, Tottenham Hotspur
Jamie Trecker joins Champions League analysis: APOEL vs Lyon, Bayern Munich vs FC Basel, and Chelsea vs Napoli. Arsenal and Chelsea are still vying for a Champions League spot, and Tottenham is struggling to hold onto theirs with another loss. Jose Mourinho is house-hunting in London—is he returning to the Premier League? And finally, George and Eric make an epic bet in which one of them will end up cooking, cleaning, and possibly wearing a speedo.