Sevilla signing Alejandro Gomez has no regrets, ready for new challenges

Alejandro Papu Gomez of Sevilla FC during the unveil of the new signing of Alejandro Papu Gomez at Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán on January 28, 2021...

After it was confirmed earlier this week that Atalanta captain Alejandro Gomez was joining La Liga side Sevilla – rather than another Serie A rival – in a cut-price deal worth up to £7m, comments aplenty have emerged about the move. Teammates, former boss Gian Piero Gasperini and Papu had their say as he prepares for another of Europe’s top five leagues.
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Europa League Final Preview: Sevilla vs Inter Milan – Quest for supremacy ends here

Lautaro Martinez and Romelu Lukaku at the fore as Inter hammer ...

Antonio Conte hopes he can lead Inter Milan to their first major trophy for nine years on Friday, after watching them thump Shakhtar Donetsk 5-0 in an emphatic semi-final victory. Standing in their way are a side with serious pedigree in this competition, Sevilla. Having stunned Manchester United, Julen Lopetegui’s men are quietly confident of victory themselves… Continue reading

5 low points in Jose Mourinho’s managerial career

Manchester United v San Jose Earthquakes

Jose Mourinho is widely regarded as one of the world’s best football managers but like everyone else, has made some memorable mistakes and endured tough times at various spells throughout his 18-year managerial spell to date. 

Currently the Manchester United manager, the 2018/19 campaign is set to be a significant one for him and his players, as he aims to banish the ‘third-season syndrome’ tag while looking to deliver Premier League silverware back to the red half of Manchester for the first time since Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement five years ago. Without further ado, here are five low points that have occurred during Mourinho’s managerial career to date:

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Does a Premier League return beckon for Steven N’Zonzi?

After three successful years at Sevilla, could N'Zonzi make his top-flight return with a handful of interested sides?

When the news first broke suggesting that Steven N’Zonzi was set for a £7m Sevilla move in the summer of 2015, it was met with both surprise and an air of inevitability. Inevitable in the sense that, several big clubs in Europe had a growing interest in the midfielder. After all, he quickly garnered a reputation as being amongst the best midfielders on the planet. So, three years have passed and once again, speculation surrounds N’Zonzi’s future. Why though? 

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