standupkid:

It’s the North London Derby, and make no mistake: LONDON IS RED. Come on you Gunners!

standupkid:

It’s the North London Derby, and make no mistake: LONDON IS RED. Come on you Gunners!

Mar 16 · 113 notes · reblog

In my case, the biggest punishment is you to recognise yourself you made a mistake, that you feel it - the self-blame.
— Jose Mourinho
Mar 07 · 1 note · reblog

We must keep the dialogue open, you must never close the door. It takes little to lose a man forever.
Fatih Terim
Feb 27 · 2 notes · reblog

You are good enough and intelligent enough to know what you did wrong, and now you have to prove to me that you understand.
— Arsene Wenger
Feb 14 · 6 notes · reblog

vitulik:

Respect…

vitulik:

Respect…

Feb 10 · 18 notes · reblog

ntmgfootball:

Great photo of the birthday boy I found over theoriginalwinger. Hit up the link for more great shots.

ntmgfootball:

Great photo of the birthday boy I found over theoriginalwinger. Hit up the link for more great shots.

Feb 10 · 65 notes · reblog

Brendan Rodgers Under Pressure →

surrealfootball:

Brendan ‘Brendan’ Rodgers finds himself under more pressure than he has before this season. There are obvious candidates, like those managers who are at risk of relegation, but they mainly expected such challenges this year. David Moyes, too, is under no more pressure than he was last month,…

Feb 07 · 2 notes · reblog

afootballreport:

PUMA Football presents their manifesto: The Nature of Believing

"It’s in our nature to hope, dream, believe."

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Jan 23 · 68 notes · reblog

afootballreport:

Already a great in Milan, what is Kaka looking for?

By Anthony Lopopolo

Even journalists asked for his autograph, the ultimate sin. Even the fans who make the most intimidating stadium in Europe stood and applauded for Kaka. He dashed across the field at Celtic Park in November like he did on that famous night in 2007 against Manchester United when two defenders ran into each other as he headed the ball by them. 

What’s always present is his composure. Kaka stands tall and scans and navigates the field while running with perfect posture. (That’s all the more remarkable given that he was almost left paralyzed after slipping off a slide at a swimming pool.) Not all of the passes hit the target, although not much is hasty either. And when it’s just him and the ‘keeper, he often rolls the ball into the net, gently.

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