Like a plotting criminal mastermind staking out his next heist, Ricardo “Tuca” Ferretti refused to be denied the opportunity to watch his team play.
With his team down 2-1, Grays Athletic manager Mark Bentley took matters into his own hands. And it's a good thing he did.
Arsenal have underperformed for the best part of a decade under Arsene Wenger, and it has little to do with a lack of money.
With 16 points from losing positions and a quarter of their goals scored in the last 10 minutes, few teams can match the stamina and mental fortitude of Pochettino's Tottenham Hotspur this season.
Tito Vilanova’s passing was a tragedy that cut a brilliant career short. Now, his memory can live on forever.
World Cups aren't won on a whim, especially not by Germans. They require a plan, a long-term vision. Unlike club football, where your favorite Russian Oligarch can acquire an expensive squad of galacticos at the drop of an oil barrel, successful national teams rely – broadly speaking – on homegrown talent, consistently nurtured in a style of play that serves both clubs and country. While Joachim Low has been Germany’s Head Coach for the last eight years, Sunday’s victory against Argentina was in no small part due to the foundations laid by Jurgen Klinsmann.