Monthly Archives: November 2006

Freddy Madrid Bound?

Teenage sensation Freddy Adu will turn his back on Manchester United at the end of this week despite an impressive trial at the world’s biggest club. The Ghanaian born winger has surprised a skeptical team, with his skill while training with The Red Devils youth academy, but he has insisted that he wants to play…

Iaquinta Rejects Milan Rumour

Udinese strike ace Vincenzo Iaquinta has categorically denied that he is on the verge of joining AC Milan. “There’s no truth,” insisted the world champion. “I also read about this link in the newspapers, but I think exclusively about playing at Udinese.” “I have a contract up till 2010 – then, we shall see about…

Barca Want Only Dutch Coaches

Koeman and Van Basten are the alternatives should Rijkaard leave for Milan. For now there are only rumours, but by June they could become realities. If Ancelotti will no longer have the full trust of the Milan entourage, Frank Rijkaard is top of the list of possible substitutes. There are many hints: he’s an ex-Rossonero…

Nowak Tells Adu: Go Dutch

D.C. United boss Peter Nowak has advised Manchester United trialist Freddy Adu to forget Old Trafford for now and spend a few seasons with an Eredivisie power. “He’s a young kid and he needs matches,” the coach told the Guardian. “I think he should go to PSV or Ajax or somewhere they have a tradition…

Lyon Intend On Running Away

Despite groans from the rest of Ligue 1, Lyon winger Florent Malouda clams the five-time defending French champs are seeking to take this year’s crown by a monumental margin. The dynasty side have already opened up a 14-point lead after only 15 matches. Auxerre coach Jean Fernandez recently told reporters: “Lyon will be champions.” “They…

365 Q & A With Marcus Hahnemann

Marcus Hahnemann is a large part of Readings promotion and early success in the English Premiership. The American Abroad keeper took a moment to speak with Soccer365’s Andrew Rogers about playing top flight football, the U.S. national team and more… by Andrew Rogers Last time Soccer 365 caught up with Marcus Hahnemann, Reading FC had…