Paul Ince Sacked by Blackburn
There are ups and downs in every manager's life.
Paul Ince enjoys being unique—not only as a footballer—as his managerial career has been all downs.
The latest episode in the disappointing series of Ince's managerial life has been his sacking as Blackburn's manager.
Blackburn fans must be dancing in delight after Ince's awful reign as manager was put to an end.
Real Madrid To Sign Lassana Diarra
To shift the topic to another man whose sacking made Tottenham fans delighted.
Juande Ramos is a delighted man himself. After his sacking, he was hired as Real Madrid coach.
And now Ramos wants to do what he does best: spend big cash!
Ramos has turned his attention to Portsmouth midfielder Lassana Diarra.
Diarra, who is a reported target of Tottenham and Manchester City, will definitely love to complete a dream move to Santiago Bernabeu.
Diarra's deal will probably cost the Madrid giants around £9m.
Roberto Donadoni Back To Management?
And in Italy, things aren't going too well for Lazio.
You know things aren't going well for a club when it gets linked with Roberto Donadoni.
The man took over 2006 World Cup winners Italy and produced an awful showing at Euro 2008. So he was a complete failure with Italy.
But his resume will be considered, as he has coached Italy.
After all, if you have coached Italy, you have to be a good manager...right?
Deco: We Will Get Over Bridge Blues
Deco has said that Chelsea has the ability to go back to their winning ways on Stamford Bridge and will do so.
Chelsea never lost to visiting teams that came to Stamford Bridge during an amazing 86-match unbeaten league run.
And although the fortress has become more of a sand castle, Deco believes Chelsea have what it takes to go back to winning at home.
John Arne Riise has rebuffed Newcastle United's attempts to lour him to St. James Park. The Norwegian intends to stick to Roma for now.
Ivica Olic is is on Gareth Southgate's wish-list. Southgate needs a striker with Herenveen still laughing after selling him Afonso Alves for £12m.
Luiz Felipe Scolari won't have his Christmas stocking full of cash from Roman Abramovich, as the latter will not inject money for winter transfers. Scolari had his sights set on signing Michael Owen from Newcastle United.
Until next time,