TVC E. The Portuguese winger admits he did not like the Dutchman’s coaching style and believes the current side cannot be recognized from the glory days of Sir Alex Ferguson.
Former Manchester United attacker Nani has criticised Louis van Gaal’s management style, insisting the Dutchman treats his players like children, while he is concerned at the direction the club has taken.
The Portuguese winger spent eight years at Old Trafford, winning four Premier League titles and the Champions League before he was deemed suprlus to requirements when Van Gaal arrived.
Nani, who was sent out on loan to Sporting in 2014-15 and then sold to Fenerbahce last summer, felt certain from the early days of the 64-year-old’s reign that he would not get a fair chance.
The 29-year-old admits he disliked the way he and his assistants treated players, stating he disagreed with their focus in training while revealing he suffered from not being able to enjoy...
Angry soccer loving individuals carrying placards and paper boards with negative write ups have called for the resignation of the Amaju Pinnick-led Nigeria football federation board.
The fans condemned the NFF's desire to hire a foreign coach for the Super Eagles and described the current football administration as a failure. They chanted songs calling for Pinnick and others to leave the glasshouse.
Apparently the fans are disgruntled over Nigeria's failure to qualify for the 2015 Africa cup of nations and most recently the 2017 edition to be staged in Gabon.
Meanwhile, sports minister, Solomon Dalung has condemned calls for the resignation of Pinnick and the NFF board. Amaju says Nigeria's absence at the Nations cup does not amount to failure....
TVC E - Manchester City and France striker, Samir Nasri, turned heads as he exited the club's base after a training session in a matte grey Lamborghini Aventador Pirelli Edition.
The exclusive £275K car has a top speed of 217mph and can rocket from 0-60mph in just 2.8secs.
TVC E, SPORT - Former South African Football Association SAFA CEO Leslie Sedibe, who was banned by FIFA for 5 years on Monday, says he'll have his day in court.
FIFA's ethics watchdog fined and banned Sedibe after an inquiry into match-fixing surrounding South Africa's warm-up matches ahead of the 2010 World Cup.
Two former Referees were also banned for two years.
Sedibe says SAFA did not duly investigate the match-fixing allegations because of a lack of evidence and that he's merely a scapegoat for the sports controversial world governing body, FIFA.