Mourinho tops best paid managers' list

Mourinho tops best paid managers' list 

France Football named the top 20 best paid coaches in world football and unsurprisingly, the best paid manager in world football is Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho.

The Drogba-Eto'o match up

The Drogba-Eto'o match up
A place in the UEFA Champions League quarter-finals will be the prize this evening as Chelsea and Galatasaray resume their tussle following a 1-1 first-leg stalemate. An enthralling contest surely lies in store, and central to the intrigue will be the rivalry between Samuel Eto'o and Didier Drogba, two of African football's most iconic talents.

Alabi pleased to still be alive

Alabi pleased to still be alive 

Tobi Alabi is both grieving and grateful. He is mourning for a career that could have been but thankful he is still alive.

Liverpool have bigger fish to fry

Liverpool have bigger fish to fry
There was no great show of emotion as Brendan Rodgers offered crestfallen David Moyes a conciliatory hand and hurried down the tunnel at Old Trafford on Sunday following Liverpool's 3-0 demolition of Manchester United in the Premier League.

Seedorf's huge Milanese problems

Seedorf's huge Milanese problems

One phrase that AC Milan coach Clarence Seedorf may have learnt during his recent stint playing in Brazil sums up the task he faces in Italy: He has an enormous pineapple to peel.

Just how unbeatable are Bayern?

Just how unbeatable are Bayern? 

Bayern Munich have been almost untouchable in the Bundesliga but their edgy performance against Arsenal suggested that the lack of competition at domestic level could hinder their European ambitions.

What's next for Arsenal?

What's next for Arsenal?

When Arsenal paid a club record 42 million pounds ($69.84 million) for Mesut Ozil last August it was with nights like Tuesday in Munich in mind.

Guardiola and making the best better

Guardiola and making the best better
This could be the first Champions League campaign to bear fruit following one man’s strolls through the Strawberry Fields of the Big Apple. Pep Guardiola has returned to Europe refreshed from his sabbatical in New York, a period spent wandering through Central Park, enjoying family life and also plotting how to make the best better.

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