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Managerial News
What next for Clarence Seedorf after Cameroon's AFCON failure?
15:01 Sunday 21st July 2019

Showing managers the exit is no longer a rare sight in football. Particularly in Europe. Coaches often pay the price for a team's disappointing performance. In most cases, employers don't exercise patience to investigate the reasons…

Italy
Has Inter Milan made another transfer mistake with Nicolo Zaniolo?
12:00 Sunday 17th February 2019

Inter Milan has a long history of selling players that go on to achieve significant success in their careers elsewhere. It's been the case with household names like Andrea Pirlo, Clarence Seedorf, Fabio Cannavaro, Roberto Carlos, Dennis…

International
Clarence Seedorf to take the lead in difficult challenge with Cameroon
15:00 Thursday 16th August 2018

Clarence Seedorf and Patrick Kluivert were among their generation’s finest. The Dutchmen wreaked havoc on opposition defences. Those golden days are long gone but the duo have the chance to reignite their memories in Cameroon’s…

Spain
Is Clarence Seedorf fighting a losing battle at Deportivo La Coruna?
17:00 Tuesday 27th February 2018

Clarence Seedorf took over the coaching job at Deportivo La Coruna with the club looking likely to be relegated at the end of the season. Depor has struggled to keep its top-flight status in the past few seasons. A change of managers has…

Spain
Clarence Seedorf: All-time great heading to Estadio Riazor dugout
09:30 Wednesday 7th February 2018

Deportivo La Coruna has fallen a long way from its 1990s/early 2000s heyday, when it won a La Liga title, two Copa del Reys, and reached the semi-final in both the Champions League and now-defunct Cup Winners'…

Features
European football can still be kind to calcio this season despite Champions League nightmare
11:22 Tuesday 18th February 2014

When it comes to European football, the Italians have traditionally been a force to be reckoned with. From Arrigo Sacchi's AC Milan, the last side to successfully defend the old European Cup when the 80's turned into the 90's, to a Juventus…

Features
Youth Isn't Everything in Serie A As "Evergreen" Players Still Rule The Roost
10:00 Tuesday 24th September 2013

Every country's attitude is different when it comes to football. In England, there is a mixed sense of panic and jealousy about the lack of quality young players being produced compared to other, more successful nations. However, in Italy,…