Tuesday, February 04, 2014

Mourinho Masterclass = Chelsea Victory At Manchester City, Scribes, Euro Clubs Coming This Summer, #AskCarrick

Did your parents help you with that project?
And a fine Tuesday to you! Yesterday's mega match lived up to the hype. Instead of parking the proverbial bus, The Special One decided to have a go. And quite the "go" it was. Although they only left the Etihad with a 1 - 0 victory, Chelsea could have notched many more. City's defense was atrocious. And the fact that a club can spend £2,289,089,790,445,220 on talent and still have to play Demichelis out of position is quite simply absurd. The guy's not the youngest, most mobile, or best passing defender to begin with. Put him in the midfield and you're screwed. Anyway, everyone is talking about it, as you might expect. Rock the lowdown:

The transfer window might be closed but that doesn't mean your club can't add a player or two. Fancy a David Bentley? Jermaine Pennant? Didn't think so. Damn. Karma's a bitch, lads, innit?

It is Tuesday and this week that means it's time for Monday Musings from Gab. Today, Gab gabs this: Real's big club struggles, Utd stumble again, Barca problems, more. Gab on Gab.

The Guinness International Champions Cup will return to the U.S. of A. this summer. That's nice. Primarily because Guinness is good for you. If you're into this sort of thing and care to see Real Madrid, Manchester United, Manchester City, Liverpool, AC Milan, Inter Milan, Roma and/or Olympiakos, well, you're in luck.

Comfortably residing in the, "REALLY!?!" category is Manchester United's #AskCarrick Twitter campaign. Who's the marketing genius who came up with this gem? You simply cannot make this stuff up.

Want to see the world? Screw the Navy. Check out The Scribes, yo! 

Tim Vickery (Brazil/Argentina): Ever Banega is Europe's loss, Argentina's gain

We'll conclude today with Peter Berlin. He looks back at the complete weekend in the Premier League, including yesterday's game.



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