Yearly Archives: 2006

Terry undergoes successful surgery

London, England (Sports Network) – Chelsea and England national team captain John Terry underwent successful surgery on a disc problem in his lower back according to a statement from the club Thursday. “Chelsea Football Club can confirm that today club captain John Terry underwent successful surgery following his back injury,” the club said. “The operation…

Ruggeri Waiting For Vieri

“Our objective remains survival in Serie A.” During the break for the holiday season, Atalanta president Ivan Ruggeri talked about his team’s season so far: “I am satisfied, even though lately we haven’t got many points. Our objective should still remain survival in Serie A, if we get more in the end that’s even better….

Moratti: We Have Won Nothing Yet

The Inter President has no intention of celebrating the Scudetto despite his team winning the past eleven consecutive matches in Serie A and holding a seven point league over closest rivals Roma. Massimo Moratti does not want to think about the title being already Inter’s property, even though the Neazzurri have impressively enough won eleven…

Lavolpe Takes Sarsfeld Reins

Ricardo Lavolpe didn’t take long to find a job after leaving Bcoa Juniors, latching on to lead Velez Sarsfeld next season. “After several days of negotiations, (he) agreed to join as the new coach of Velez Sarsfield for one year,” read a club statement. Ironically, the former Argentina and Mexico boss replaces Miguel Angel Russo,…

Gago Unveiled At The Bernabéu!

Fernando Gago has been officially presented as a new Real Madrid player at the Santiago Bernabéu stadium’s ‘Palco de Honor’ (VIP Box) and on the Bernabéu turf and dressed in Real Madrid kit. The player was presented by President Ramón Calderón and Honorary President Alfredo Di Stefano. The ex-Boca star midfielder was presented without a…