WFC’s UEFA Champions League Round Of 16 Predictions

Written by Quazi Zulquarnain & Martin Palazzotto The Champions League group stages concluded two weeks ago, with at least one surprise entry into the knockout round (FC Copenhagen) and several of the big names unable to win their group (Arsenal, Inter and last year’s semi-finalist Lyon).  Now, everyone gets a chance to rest, except, of … Read more

Spaghetti Western Theatre: Rafa Benitez’ Inter Dream Shot Down, AC Milan Court Cassano & Bari Court Disaster

The Good It’s finally official.  Inter have announced the sacking of Rafa Benitez.  While I am on the record as a critic of the Spaniard, labeling his sacking a good thing is by no means meant to be vindictive.  Rafa Benitez is an accomplished manager.  He won two domestic titles at Valencia, who happen to … Read more

The Scouser Report – Benitez Back To Liverpool?

In the latest Rafa Benitez saga, it would appear that Massimo Moratti has run out of patience with the Spaniard.  It’s not been officially announced yet, but Guillem Balague has put it into the public arena that Rafa’s compensation package is being sorted out and his tenure is already at an end, just six months … Read more

WFC’s Eighth Day Of Christmas: Eight Landons Leading

Written by Martin Palazzotto, Andrew Gibney, Thomas G. Clark and Tapesh Patel On the Eighth Day of Christmas, FIFA gave to me, Eight Landons Leading, Seven Studs-a-Stomping, Six Meals-a-Making, Five Golden Gooooooaaaaaaaaallllss!! Four Failing Clubs, Three French Men, Two Keeper’s Gloves and A Whistle Happy Referee Going into this summer’s World Cup, there was a … Read more

The Weekend Catch For 11-12 December 2010

The holiday season is upon us.  In the Americas and Europe, that means that, where there is some footy on the calendar, it is winding down to the Christmas break.  In the UK, of course, it means exactly the opposite.  The game is heating up, with a concentration of exciting match-ups guaranteed to ward off … Read more

UEFA 2010-11 Champions League Group Stage Wrap Up

The final week of the 2010-11 Champions League Group Stage was much like the final stage of the Tour De France.  That is to say that not much was decided.  The biggest doubt was Arsenal but they didn’t have to be at their best to dispatch Partizan and insure progression. This isn’t a case for … Read more

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