Sorry took yesterday off to clear my mind after a horrible Wednesday showing.
Inter Milan boss Jose Mourinho is being considered as a replacement for Rafael Benitez in case the Liverpool manager walked out of Anfield. (Various)
Mourinho would never go to Liverpool in these conditions. I could see why people dislike Mourinho but the man is no fool. When he replaced Robert Mancini, Inter fans grew impatience with him not being able to advance them in the Champions League. Liverpool fans don’t blame Benitez for their failure in England. They blame ownership for that so replacing him with Mourinho who they disliked while he was at Chelsea wouldn’t be the ideal next destination for the current Inter coach.
Guus Huddink is moving closer to becoming permanent boss at Chelsea with Blues owner Roman Abramovich looking to install Dick Advocaat as the new Russia manager. (Daily Mail)
They were ready to hand Scolari the keys to the city after two games as well.
Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp is keen to be a future England boss. He said: “I would love to be England manager one day. I am 61 and once my job is done (at Spurs) I would have time left to be England manager.” (Daily Express)
Sadly for Redknapp it’s never going to happen. Even if Capello wasn’t around, having Tottenham in the bottom half of the table doesn’t help Redknapp hopes.
Chelsea and Ivory Coast striker Saloman Kalou has revealed he dreams of playing for Arsenal. After the Blues’ 1-0 win over Juventus in midweek, Kalou said: “I know every single player in the world dreams of playing for Arsene Wenger.” (Various)
What a moron Kalou is, who along with John Obi Mikel are vastly over rated. After coming up with a good performance against Juventus by setting up Drogba’s goal to then say such a thing isn’t the right way to win over a new coach.
Everton are lining up a move for Sporting Lisbon midfielder Joao Moutino in a £10m summer move. (Daily Mirror)
They offered £10m last summer which didn’t cause Sporting to blink then and wouldn’t now.
Fulham boss Roy Hodgson is doing all he can to keep hold of his skipper Danny Murphy, whose contract expires at the end of the season. (The Sun)
Whatever Danny Murphy decides to do this summer, Fulham fans should always have a soft for Murphy as his goal against Portsmouth on the last day of the season kept Fulham up.
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