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Barnburner in Copenhagen, as the locals trail Leverkusen 2-3 at the half.
Cardiff City owner Vincent Tan has taken the ultimate revenge on Malky Mackay.
Crystal Palace yesterday did a dramatic U-turn and withdrew their job offer to former Cardiff boss Mackay.
It came after Cardiff submitted a dossier to the Football Association questioning Mackay’s conduct during his reign at the Welsh club.
I want him so badly it makes my teeth hurt.
Tan is one ruthless ###### which would make me very nervous if I was a Cardiff supporter since all the money he has pumped into the club is in the form of debt that the club owes back to him. He could force them into administration tomorrow. He's seems like the kind of bloke you don't want to hand your balls over to in the hopes of a gentle caress. I see a future for the "Bluebirds" very similar to Pompey's.
There is a funny video clip of Mourinho talking about Balotelli. How he spent an entire half time telling him they had no other strikers and he had to be focused. Balotelli got sent off in the first minute of the second half.
Be careful what you wish for, all the while knowing that those seventeen seconds of him hitting top right corner at Old Trafford from 35 yards will be the best, uh, soccer, uh, sex you ever have.
. Sturridge Balotelli SterlingLallana Coutinho GerrardHenderson Sakho Lovren Moreno Mingolet
Wait, Jordan Henderson is playing LB? Really?
Suarez is worse for the club's reputation why would anyone possibly say... Oh wait.
These were two text messages sent in private at a time Malky felt under great pressure and when he was letting off steam to a friend during some friendly text message banter.
The whole Tan saga has been pretty fascinating. The way he's treated by the English punditry has made me more and more sympathetic to him over the past year. I was listening to some BBC podcast yesterday about Tan/Mackay (before the text message revelations) and one of the guys said something like "No one should make any judgements on Mackay until this investigation is complete. Vincent Tan is obviously a vindictive man out to destroy another man's life." Everyone should withhold judgement, except against that guy, get him!
I dunno man, the gloves kinda scream 'evil'.
I've seen Fazio as much as I've seen Musacchio. From what I can gather from internet bleatings is Fazio is very, very slow
Darkness, evidently Cardiff got a court order authorizing the raid, though I would love to know the exact basis for that. It seems a rather strange procedural move, though I guess there is a chance that the mobiles and computers that were seized were formally club property.
I suspect Cardiff got an Anton Piller Order - these are designed to preserve evidence that a defendant, who is aware of impending litigation, would be likely to conceal or destroy so that it would not be available as evidence supporting the plaintiff's claim. The order requires the defendant to permit his business premises and/or his home to be entered and searched. They are not that unusual in intellectual property litigation but rare in other English civil litigation, and not easy to get: Tan must have good evidence against Moody.
This is so weird - why wouldn't police execute the raid as opposed to representatives of the clubs?
Speaking less than three weeks ago on the club’s pre-season tour of the United States, the Liverpool manager said: “I can categorically tell you Mario Balotelli will not be at Liverpool. In my last press conference I was asked a question about Mario Balotelli and I talked about what a talent he was and what an excellent player he was. And the next day it was wrote as if we were signing him. I just gave my perception of him as a player. It shouldn’t be transmitted in to us signing the player.”
There seem to be very mixed opinions about him. Everyone agrees he's slow, but his detractors say he's REALLY slow, and his supporters say he makes up for lack of pace because he reads the game well and is very strong.
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