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2 hours ago

Scouting Report: Palermo's Dybala to become better than Lionel Messi?

Palermo striker Paulo Dybala has been linked with the likes of Manchester United and Arsenal but the Serie A side are adamant he will stay at the club.

Paulo Dybala increased his burgeoning profile with a superbly taken goal in Palermo's 1-1 draw away to Genoa on Monday. The young Argentinian picked up the ball on the right, skipped inside a challenge and curled a beautiful effort into the far corner of the net. It was his fifth goal of the Serie A campaign and the third consecutive match in which he had scored. Three years after arriving in Italy, he is beginning to make his mark.

PAULO DYBALA


D.o.B: November 15, 1993
Born: Argentina
Club: Palermo
Contract until: June 2016
Position: Striker
Linked Clubs: Arsenal, Manchester United, Real Madrid

Dybala was born in Laguna Larga in the salubrious hills of Córdoba...

3 hours ago

Man City alive in a Champions League script only Tarantino could write

Sergio Aguero scored a hat trick to lead Manchester City to victory against 10-man Bayern Munich.

I have no idea whether Manuel Pellegrini is a film buff. But part of me likes to imagine him in the wee hours of Wednesday morning -- once the emotional high of Tuesday's events had turned into a nice buzz of the kind that keeps you awake and restless -- padding down to his den, pouring himself a drink, switching on the TV and flicking aimlessly through the channels.

In my imagination, he stumbles across Quentin Tarantino's 1994 classic "Pulp Fiction." It's at the part when small-time preppy...

 By Rory Smith
5 hours ago

Sorry Jose, you're wrong: Football loves a beautiful loser

Chelsea coach Jose Mourinho was pleased his side didn't take it easy on Schalke, thrashing the Germans 5-0 in the UEFA Champions League.

Jose Mourinho has done pretty much everything right this season -- his Chelsea team have built a commanding lead at the summit of the Premier League and qualified with ease for the knockout rounds of the Champions League. They have not lost in 19 games.

Their new signings have settled immediately, seamlessly. They are purring, and as he identified after their mauling of Schalke on Tuesday night, they are playing with an unaccustomed flair at home and away with a capacity to take the breath away.

Mourinho,...

 By Alex Shaw
6 hours ago

Your homework for today: Play Football Manager computer game

Fancy yourself as the next Jose Mourinho or Louis van Gaal? Schools in Scotland may just give you that chance ... in virtual reality.

That sound you hear is thousands of children demanding their parents to send them to school in Scotland -- so they can play Football Manager as their homework.

While spending hours taking Non-League Carshalton Athletic to successive Champions League finals may not be every parent's idea of productive after school work, the Scottish Association of Teachers of Physical Education think differently.

There are plans to include cult video game Football Manager -- and other hits like Minecraft -- in school...

9 hours ago

Paul Pogba is showcasing Ballon d'Or potential at Juventus

Juventus head coach Massimiliano Allegri hailed the performance of Paul Pogba in Juventus' 3-0 victory over Lazio.

Miroslav Klose was taken aback.

Lazio's World Cup-winning striker left the pitch at the Stadio Olimpico on Saturday night awestruck. He had been greatly impressed by one of his club's opponents, the Juventus midfielder Paul Pogba.

Pogba is the only representative from Serie A to find his name on the shortlist for the Ballon d'Or, and Klose appreciated why the France international figured on the ballot papers. After playing with seven of the other 23 contenders either for Germany and/or Bayern Munich,...

9 hours ago

Double winning Molde even better without Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Tor Ole Skullerud has taken Molde onto new heights.

They said that replacing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was an impossible task. The legendary striker turned into a legendary coach at the team of his youth, as he took Norwegian side Molde FK to two league titles in 2011 and 2012. For a club that had won precisely none in their previous 100 years of existence, that was an achievement of phenomenal proportions.

Locally, Solskjaer was compared to his mentor at Manchester United, Sir Alex Ferguson, and when he left for a chance to manage in the Premier League...