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Match Verdict: Manchester United 0-0 Chelsea

Heading into this game, almost all the focus was on United and their current problems. By full time, this felt a lot like the 0-0 draw in 2013-14 under Mourinho – a missed chance for Chelsea to attack a United side instead of the negative approach taken by Guus Hiddink in this game.

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Why Guus Hiddink has an Easy Job Replacing José Mourinho at Chelsea

With the news that Guus Hiddink will replace José Mourinho at Chelsea, let’s take a look at the difficulty of his task and whether he may actually find he has an easy job replacing the legendary Mourinho.

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World Football Academy: Dutch Conditioning Trainer Raymond Verheijen To Run More Courses In South Africa

THE World Football Academy are happy to announce that Raymond Verheijen will be returning to South Africa to run a number of courses in July. Let’s take a look at Verheijen’s background and all the details of the upcoming courses.   Verheijen has previously worked with Guus Hiddink, Frank Rijkaard, Louis van Gaal and Dick […]

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The John Obi Mikel Years: Part Two

The John Obi Mikel Years: Part Two – Big Phil and Guus IN Mikel’s third season at Chelsea, he had a third different manager to play under. This meant different tactics, different requirements of him, and the need to win over another big name boss. The man appointed was World Cup winning coach, Luis Felipe […]

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The John Obi Mikel Years: Part Two – Big Phil and Guus

IN Mikel’s third season at Chelsea, he had a third different manager to play under. This meant different tactics, different requirements of him, and the need to win over another big name boss. The man appointed was World Cup winning coach, Luis Felipe Scolari, known affectionately as “Big Phil”. Would the 59 year old, whose […]

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