Benitez

He’s Not The Messiah, He’s A Very Naughty Boy

In news that will bring a superior smirk to the faces of many a United fan, news has emerged that, after six months in the job, Rafael Benitez has been sacked by Inter Milan, the same Inter Milan who, after winning an incredible treble last season under the guidance of Jose Mourinho, are currently sat in 7th position in Serie A, 13 points behind the leaders, AC Milan, albeit with two games in hand.
The reason for the dismissal is simple. It’s not results, Inter have been plagued by injuries this season, have been a bit unlucky at times and are probably suffering from a World Cup and Champions League hangover. No, the problem is that Benitez thinks he’s bigger and better than he really is and that, when faced with adversity, he is more likely to attribute the cause of the failings of the team to the position of Jupiter and the will of God than being down to his own shortcomings.

He's Not The Messiah, He's A Very Naughty Boy

In news that will bring a superior smirk to the faces of many a United fan, news has emerged that, after six months in the job, Rafael Benitez has been sacked by Inter Milan, the same Inter Milan who, after winning an incredible treble last season under the guidance of Jose Mourinho, are currently sat in 7th position in Serie A, 13 points behind the leaders, AC Milan, albeit with two games in hand.
The reason for the dismissal is simple. It’s not results, Inter have been plagued by injuries this season, have been a bit unlucky at times and are probably suffering from a World Cup and Champions League hangover. No, the problem is that Benitez thinks he’s bigger and better than he really is and that, when faced with adversity, he is more likely to attribute the cause of the failings of the team to the position of Jupiter and the will of God than being down to his own shortcomings.

Dalglish helped Fergie knock Liverpool off its perch

It would be quite an understatement to say that Manchester United and Liverpool fans have not exactly been bosom buddies over the years but that has not always been the case when it comes to their respective club’s managers. Granted, former Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez and Sir Alex Ferguson have had their share of differences in the last few seasons but current Anfield manager Roy Hodgson and Ferguson both acknowledge that they have long enjoyed sharing a glass of wine during their close friendship.