The second part of Ciaran Kelly’s look at the life and times of José Mourinho.
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Ciaran Kelly takes an in depth look at the Special One, José Mourinho.
Ciaran Kelly had high hopes for Chelsea in his season preview, but 2011/2012 has been far from the unqualified success that André Villas-Boas enjoyed at Porto in 2010/2011.
Back Page Football’s resident Champions League correspondent is back to preview Tuesday night’s UEFA Champions League round of sixteen ties between CSKA Moscow vs. Real Madrid and Napoli vs. Chelsea ahead of a busy week in Europe’s premier football competition.
Ewan Collins calls for a bit of perspective following the FA’s decision to take the England captaincy off John Terry.
Ciaran Kelly takes a look at Chelsea young gun Daniel Sturridge whose progress could be crucial to the Enlish national team.
As David Beckham’s MLS contract comes to an end, Ciaran Kelly looks at the impact that the English superstar had on football in America.
Scott Parker has been drawing a lot of praise for his recent Spurs performances and Ciaran Kelly looks at the midfielder’s career to date.
Ciaran Kelly looks at the weird and wonderful career of former Lazio and England boss Sven-Göran Eriksson.
He’s been with some of the biggest clubs in the world, and has been influential everywhere he’s been. Ciaran Kelly discusses the changing career of AC Milan and Sweden striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.