It was only a brief smile, a smirk even. It passed across Vicente Del Bosque’s rumpled features as Chile scored the second goal of their stunningly straightforward 2-0 win against his Spanish team, a fleeting glimpse of the emotions raging beneath the coach’s normally stoic visage. In that moment, his thoughts — or at least some of […]
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Alex Richards on the first lot of Confederations Cup games.
Ciaran Kelly believes that Michu has enough in his locker to be a continued success in England.
Ciaran Kelly examines the striker situation at Stamford Bridge.
James Hunt wonders why Spain are no longer everyone’s favourite cup of tea.
Dave Wood picks out the leading performers after two rounds of matches.
Dave Wood picks out the top performers from the opening round of matches.
Ciaran Kelly looks at the career of one of the all time great strikers.
Khaya Moyo looks at Spanish boss Vicente del Bosque and the success he has enjoyed with both club and country.
“If I was a footballer, I would like to be like Busquets” Vicente del Bosque Of course, Vicente del Bosque was a footballer. And, despite spending the vast majority of his career in football on the opposite side of Spain’s great divide, he was like Busquets. Del Bosque didn’t create goals. He stopped them.