The famous high-pressing passion-fueled team of 2013-14 had been disbanded. Diego Costa, Filipe Luis and Thibaut Cortouis embarked for Chelsea, winger Adrian Lopez for Porto and young fullback Javi Manquillo to Liverpool. Many people saw the mainstays of the team leaving and panicked.
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 9! Thank you for listening to the Coshcast! If you enjoy it, we’d be very grateful if you could rate, review or subscribe to the Coshcast right here on Itunes, all of which helps to rank the show, and the spread the word. […]
“Loss of face” can mean not only personal shame but shame on one’s family if an objective is not met. Asian players might be more reluctant to try their hand (or foot) in Europe if they feel that they might not succeed, or if the comforts of home outweigh the desire to dig deep and face a constant fight for a career.
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 8! Thank you for listening to the Coshcast! If you enjoy it, we’d be very grateful if you could rate, review or subscribe to the Coshcast right here on Itunes, all of which helps to rank the show, and the spread the word. […]
Moussa Dembele has not made a through-ball since the 2012/13 season. Not one. That is mind-blowing. Disgraceful. Sad. So very Tottenham
By Cameron Dhaliwal It was the first game on day two of the Emirates Cup, and Villarreal made a host of changes at half time. These changes weren’t regarded as significant to many, but under the microscope they can be labelled as evidence to why Villarreal are one […]
Welcome to Season 3 Episode 7! Thank you for listening to the Coshcast! If you enjoy it, we’d be very grateful if you could rate, review or subscribe to the Coshcast right here on Itunes, all of which helps to rank the show, and the spread the word. […]
Tomorrow, Manchester United and Liverpool go head to head once again. The rivalry stirs up hatred off the pitch, and on it many a player has literally seen red. This particular match has a fascinating subplot; the potential debut of Anthony Martial. We’ve all been told that he could […]
By Cameron Dhaliwal It was not to long ago that arguably the most talented creative midfielder retired from football, a player well ahead of his time and never fully appreciated for his genius. He was an artist trapped in a athletes game, a player who left more questions […]
The England national team – A football club so richly steeped in national dishonour they would be more aptly associated with Marcus Junius Brutus than seen as the inventors of the greatest sport of all time. A team so unjustly engulfed in optimism, they are, somehow, masters of under-performing – even though they have only ever won one major competition in their pathetic 141 year history. A team so shit that their fans are forced to quote a senile, fair-weathered, narcissistic old man like Pele in a bid to gain credibility.
On the Coshcast this week it’s everyone’s second favourite break after the Kit-Kat. Yes, it’s the international break.
Almost three months ago, I had the good fortune to be asked to write a preview for the good lads at Under The Cosh as to what I thought was going to happen during United’s summer transfer window.
Now that the hilarious and terrifying events of this summer’s business have thankfully concluded, there’s no better time to look back and see if I was right or wrong.
When you assess the abilities of Giroud and Walcott, they are both half an ideal striker. If you combined the two you’d get a beautiful Franglo physical specimen with gorgeous hair, extreme quickness and 25-30 goals a season.