The Oxford English Dictionary defines the role of a manager as “a person responsible for controlling an organization or group of staff”. However, what happens when that particular staff or organization is lazy and incompetent? Could you blame the amounting troubles on the manager?
Lionel Messi is recognised as the one of the greatest players that has ever graced the game. On pure statistical data, he is a cut above the rest:
Cheshunt is a town located 13 miles from London, in the Borough of Broxbourne, Hertfordshire. It’s best known for being the home of Cliff Richard and supermarket giants Tesco. It’s also the home of FC Romania – a club with Transylvanian roots.
Football is often referred to as “the beautiful game” due to its flowing artistry on the ball, where people judge a player’s skill and grace rather than his ability to knock someone unconscious. However, what if football didn’t have any rules?
Roger Federer’s wife Mirka caused tension by heckling Stan Wawrinka as Roger withdraws from the ATP World Tour final against Novak Djokovic.
In 2004 an 18-year-old Wayne Rooney took the Euros by storm, with his footballing brain and raw athletic power. “I don’t remember anyone making such an impact on a tournament since Pele in the 1958 World Cup,” said ex-England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson.