Jose Mourinho is a manager that is almost always on the spotlight of the media as the Portuguese tactician is an outspoken person that is not afraid to speak his mind and thoughts concerning anything.

His latest opinion has reached once again the headlines of websites and newspaper as Mourinho critiqued the Financial Fair Play rule of UEFA. The manager of Chelsea believes that those rules and regulations are a contradiction as it only helps out the established clubs but at the same time it also prevents younger clubs to develop and get at the same level as their rivals.

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Caras hoping to end defeat streak


The head coach of the national football team of Moldova, Ion Caras is hoping that his squad can end their negative streak of defeats which has extended to 3 successive losses after losing their latest 2016 Euro’s qualifying match against Montenegro with a score of 2-0. This match was played earlier in September with Montenegro hosting the game at the Pod Goricom Stadium and goals from Vuciniv and Tomasevic sealed the triumph for their team.
Moldova is now located at the bottom section of Group G with 0 points being accumulated so far.

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Balotelli Could be the Key for Liverpool


Liverpool’s signing of Italy forward Mario Balotelli from AC Milan turned more than a few heads across the Premier League during the summer transfer window but, with the dust having settled on the transfer window, is Brendan Rodgers’ ‘gamble’ quite such a risk after all?

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Mourinho keeps Cards close to his chest


The Blues boss Jose Mourinho has not revealed who is going to be the club’s shot stopper in the Champions League.
In the English top tier matches in the ongoing season, Mourinho has been using the Belgium international Thibaut Courtois, but, there have been talks that he might turn to the more experienced Petr Cech during the European games.
The Spanish club Real Madrid had done it the previous season. They had played Diego Lopez in the league, but, in the Champions League, they had relied on their senior most goalie Iker Casillas.

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Montenegro defeat could set Euro 2016 tone


Moldova manager Ion Caras has admitted his side got exactly what they deserved in their opening Euro 2016 qualifier against Montenegro and vowed to work out why his side were “so poor” in the 2-0 defeat.

Losing your first game in qualifying is never a good thing and, in what looks like a tough group, Moldova appear up against it to make it to France in 2016.

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Ukraine Situation Affects Football


Despite the chaotic situation in their country, the Ukrainian footballers are in good enough mindset to win matches at the international level. They were superb in the friendly game against Moldova a couple of days ago. Although, they won only by 1-0, but, they were in command for the full 90 minutes which suggests that their preparations are alright for the Euro qualifiers that are coming up.

However, in the qualifiers, the Ukrainians will have to handle much more quality opposition. They will have to up their level if they want similar positive results in those matches as well.

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Spurs Eager To Sign Davis


Tottenham Hotspur is eager on signing Swansea’s young defender Ben Davies and the transfer is reported to be on the verge of almost being completed with the 21 year old player only having to undergo a series of medical tests before an official confirmation can be made to the media.

Ever since Ben Davies signed his first professional contract with Swansea City, he has been a consistent performer for the Premier League club with dependable and steady performances by the young player who has attracted the attention and interest of Tottenham and Liverpool.

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FC Zimbru Chisinau Rise Again


Moldovan football once again witnessed the rise of FC Zimbru Chisinau after the team lifted the Moldovan cup. Regarded as one of the strongest teams from Moldova, FC Zimbru Chisinau have been unsuccessful with comes to major competitions since 2000. They have a total of eight national titles to their name, but the last of them came in 2000. As a result, they have been slowly slipping down the radar, but manager Oleg Kubarev helped the club get back on the map by leading it to their first major title after several years.

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Protests Continue In Brazil


With nations and players all around the globe getting ready for the 2014 World Cup, protests continue being made in Brazil with violence escalating as each day passes on.

Thousands of people living in Brazil do not agree with the idea that €11 billion are being spent in order for the worldwide tournament to take place while there still are a number of other things which need to be done in the country such as: education, transportation and even roads.

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Atletico Madrid striker Diego Costa has stated that he is aware of the interest from other clubs across Europe for his services. The Brazil born Spanish striker has been one of most wanted men in European football over the last few months.

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