Eric Krakauer and Paul Farrell are back after a two week break to discuss Manchester United’s dependence on Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Manchester City’s defeat at Stamford Bridge, and the ongoing debate about foreign managers in the Premier League. Eric and Paul also analyze Jorge Sampaoli’s recent run of bad form in Sevilla, Simone Inzaghi’s quiet success… Read More »
Eric Krakauer and Jason Le Miere kick-off Bigsoccerhead’s 3rd season by discussing what they learned during the opening weeks of Europe’s top leagues. From the Premier League to the Champions League, Eric and Jason analyze the biggest events in the early goings of Europe’s beautiful game. Follow Eric Krakauer on Twitter @bigsoccerheadny Have your say… Read More »
Eric Krakauer, Jason Le Miere, and Paul Farrell discuss whether Jose Mourinho has reached the end of the line at Chelsea, after the club’s fifth loss of the season in the Premier League. The boys also talk about Keylor Navas’ excellent performances for Real Madrid, analyze Roma’s title chances in Serie A, and preview MLS… Read More »
Eric Krakauer, Jason Le Miere and Paul Farrell discuss the firing of Brendan Rodgers, Jose Mourinho’s growing crisis at Chelsea, and Cristiano Ronaldo’s place among the world’s best after tying (or breaking) Raul’s all time scoring record at Real Madrid. The boys also look forward to the best games of the international break.
Eric Krakauer, Jason Le Miere, and Paul Farrell discuss Jose Mourinho’s comments about Premier League strength, as well as John Carver’s explosive comments after Newcastle’s eighth defeat in a row. Eric, Jason, and Paul also analyze Pep Guardiola’s return to Barcelona for the Champions League semifinals, and talk pichichi race between Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel… Read More »
With the Champions League round of 16 kicking off on Tuesday, pundits around the globe have begun prognosticating how it will all unfold. Not one to miss out on premature selections, I’ve chosen my four contenders. Two of which are Real Madrid and Chelsea. Below are some reasons as to why one of those two… Read More »
This article first appeared in Football.com The combination of Jose Mourinho and a microphone has always had a Pavlovian effect on journalists. His press conferences and interviews have provoked ink to spill, newspapers to sell, and given reporters and pundits alike, something to opine about in moments of lesser inspiration. Simply put, Mou’s relationship with… Read More »