The situation room at SW6 was seldom opened to members of the playing staff except during extensive contract negotiations and never before had anything like this occurred. Roman wanted the meeting to be concise but accepted they were so many layers to get through. They all sat down in a circle in no particular order…
Based on the reaction among fans on Twitter, it is quite humorous to find people judging Klopp of his first few weeks, when in reality it has been the players’ performance and individual errors that have lead to the frustration with losing leads, missing crucial goal-scoring opportunities and defensive errors.
Keylor Navas deserves to be mentioned, and truly deserves to be honoured for keeping his head on his shoulders and being a true leader in an unforgiving environment, in which at times he has undoubtedly felt like the outcast.
By Cameron Dhaliwal As David Moyes was the eventual executioner of Lucas Alcaraz’s ill-fated tenure at Levante, one would be right in finding the whole state ironic. It could have easily been the other way round, had Levante not looked like a sorry bunch when Agirretxe scored in […]
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If there was any question about the Canaries’ ability to defend in the Premier League, it was answered abruptly on the pitch at St. James’ Park.
Apologies in advance for harkening back to the days of Lennon and Bale, but on the right and left respectively they would beat the full-back and drive crosses across the six-yard box multiple times a game. None of Crouch, Defoe or Pavlyuchenko were anything more than decent Premier League strikers, but they scored frequently because good chances were created for them.
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Oct 14, 2015 will forever be remembered as the day Toronto FC finally qualified for the MLS Playoffs for the first time since the team opened the doors at BMO eight years ago. For us here at Under The Cosh, it was the first year we came to […]
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The Premier League has another ‘Jurgen the German’, and I think it’s fair to say that Liverpool fans and neutrals alike are quite excited about it. Klopp is the managerial equivalent of chasing tequila with RedBull, a high-octane cocktail of energy, risk and potential reward.
This is a call to arrest that slide into darkness. Not for passive, unthinking support for everything the manager or club does, but a more measured approach that doesn’t lead to Nigel in Hemel Hempstead calling 606 to complain to Robbie Savage that Pochettino doesn’t care about the fans. Leave that kind of embarrassing nonsense behind.
The Coshcast is here and like the world’s attitude to dealing with global warming, better late than never.
No matter what anyone tells you, the mood within Chelsea is just not right at the moment and it’s all Jose’s fault. Players are lacking confidence and it’s in the managers job description to do something about that. The players are no longer running into proverbial brick walls for him. Aside from that, the spat with Eva Carneiro is further proof that the Special One may need to have his head examined.