Sunday, May 30, 2010

Internazionale - Real

Just some random thoughts arriving after hearing that this 2 clubs have 'good' relationship with each other after the Mourinho transfer saga. It was a short one, definitely much shorter than the protracted one when Ronaldo left in 2002 for the Bernabeu.

Real - Inter
Clarence Seedorf
Ivan Zamorano
Esteban Cambiasso
Santiago Solari
Walter Samuel
Wesley Sneijder

Jose M

Monday, May 24, 2010

'Mou' Rinho

Finally, the worse kept transfer secret of the summer is out. Mou is heading to Real, my long term hatred rivals.

Just have this feeling that he wont achieve the kind of success he's used to, cos Real are not clad in blue. His successful teams have always been donning blue jerseys, recall Porto, Chelski & Inter. Ok tats a side talk.

Seriously if Barca can add bit more exquisite quality in midfield, my team will still be the team to beat in La Liga next season. Esp if Cesc returns home, but pls not at the expense of Yaya Toure. I do not mind sacrificing Sergi Busquets though. Just send Marquez, Hleb over to Emirates. Thierry's heading to the MLS.

I do not see Mou being able to mould a solid rock in RM's defence. This team has always been 'score more than opponent' team, a team whose fans demand entertaining football. I suspect defensive tactics will not be welcomed even if Mou can win games. Remember Don Fabio? The likely situation is that he wun be able to love the fans as he did in England & Italy.

I love to see Crisitano Ronaldo tracking back to defend ala Samuel E'too next season.

Lets see if he can buy 4 solid defenders & prove me wrong.

I cant see how he and Florentino Perez can click. Remember how Roman and him fell out?

To me simply, it wun be a happy marriage. Mark my words.

Visca Barca!

*now that season has ended, its time for our own Singapore League once again, watch this space!

Sunday, May 16, 2010