Milito: Mourinho Protects His Players by Taking on the Opposition Himself

Diego Milito has spoken about his former coach José Mourinho as the Portuguese prepares to renew his rivalry with Pep Guardiola.

Fans want to see Russian team disbanded

Many fans have called for the Russian team to be disbanded following their poor performance at the Euros.

Indeed there were high hopes that the Russian team can at least get out of their group at the Euros in France, but the Russian team failed to do so.

A group of Russian fans has opened a petition to ask for the Russian team to be disbanded. They believe that the players did not give their best and that they were not interested in defending their country. The petition has received more than 800, 000 signatures.

Diego Milito lost part of his life in the final whistle

Diego Milito officially retired from the world of football on May 21st of 2016 when he performed with Racing Club in a match against Temperley.

The Argentinean attacker hung up his boots at the age of 36 after having spent over 15 years performing with a number of different clubs.

Age Hereide wants to spark life back to Denmark

The Danish national football side has been struggling trying to qualify for big competitions including the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 UEFA Euro’s.

Denmark failed to get into those tournaments back when Morten Olsen was in charge of the national side and it was because of this underwhelming spell that Olsen was sacked and removed from his managerial position in Denmark and replaced by Age Hereide.

DIEGO MILITO SET TO RETIRE THIS SUMMER

Argentine centre forward, Diego Milito is set to hang his boots this summer after a decent footballing career. The 36-year old striker is currently with the Avallaneda team, where he started professional football helping them to win the title before moving abroad to play.
The star left Racing Club in 1999 for Genoa on a free transfer. He played for two seasons at the club before eventually moving to Real Zaragoza on loan after being linked several times.

England can cope without Wayne Rooney

Wayne Rooney is one of the players from the national football team who has been one of the main talking points in recent times and this is mainly due to the fact that the star of Manchester United is injured and he has been out injured for around 1 month.

Diego Milito’s retirement is on the horizon

Diego Milito has to compete against the likes of: Gustavo Bou, Lisandro Lopez and Roger Martinez in order to snatch a spot in the starting lineup of the manager of Racing Club Facundo Sava and taking into consideration that all of them are younger than Milito, it’s something that certainly affects the playing time of the 36 year old attacker who is reaching the final stages of his career.

Diego Milito, who won the Champions League with Inter Milan in 2010

Diego Milito, who won the Champions League with Inter Milan in 2010, has announced his decision to retire from football.

Carlos Tevez claims that he will always support Manchester City

Carlos Tevez claims that he will always support Manchester City when it comes to choosing between the two Manchester clubs. Tevez is one of the few players to have represented both teams.

Victory against Southampton has given confidence to Dick Advocaat

Sunderland’s Dick Advocaat believes that his squad can escape relegation after defeating Southampton on May 2 with a scoreboard of 2-1.

Everton, Leicester City, Arsenal and Chelsea are the remaining opponents that Dick Advocaat and his players have to face off against before this season of the Premier League reaches it’s end and in order for Sunderland to continue competing in the English League for another year, they will have to add points in these upcoming matches.

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