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First trophy in 35 years at a club a manger joined 18months ago does not guarantee him a job next season, unfortunately this is how football is run nowadays. So will Roberto Mancini be given a proper chance to challenge for the Premier league title with the team he is built by the mega rich Man City owners?
It’s difficult to answer this question, Mancini has done well in the little time he has been at City but the fear is, now the owners and fans have tasted success they might jump the gun in wanting Mancini out if more silverware is not seen in the trophy cabinet in the upcoming Read On..
Carlos Tevez’s penalty miss in the shootout of their quarter-final against Uruguay proved to be decisive. He missed the only penalty in his team’s five shots, and Uruguay made sure they didn’t miss any of them. Brazil also lost in a penalty shootout, having all four of their penalty takers miss their shots. Paraguay only had to knock in two to secure their victory. So, the two South American powerhouses were sent home after the quarter-finals against none other than the two teams in the final. Paraguay and Uruguay seem on the way up, and Argentina and Brazil seem on the way down. Brazil played many younger players such as Read On..
This Rivalry is a special one dubbed the “Superclasico”, first contested in 1913 and located in Buenos Aires Argentina. The two strongest Argentine clubs possess 73% of the fans in Argentina between them; it has been listed as one of the most high profiled derby games of any sport around the world where the fans are more passionate than your average football team including those from Liverpool, Leeds or West Ham.
This is a rivalry where tension runs higher than any other rivalry in the world producing that unwanted by-product of violence.