Rafa Benitez & Sky Sports
Rafael Rafa Benítez Maudes (born 16 April 1960) is a football manager, and former player. Sky Sports is the brand name for a group of sports-oriented television channels operated by the UK and Ireland's main satellite pay-TV company, British Sky Broadcasting./5
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Remember when Sky Sports gave us Playercam in the late 90s? Managercam would be so much better...
Moment decision mana yg pling trbaik? Best ever decisions in sports (via Sky Sports): 1. Sir Alex Ferguson's substitutions in the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final. 2. Barcelona deciding to pay the medical fees of an 11-year-old Lionel Messi on the condition that he moved to Spain and signed for the club. 3. Rafa Benitez bringing on midfielder Didi Hamann for defender Steve Finnan in the 2005 Champions League final, helping them fight back to 3-3 before triumphing on penalties. 4. Sir Alex Ferguson deciding to sign Eric Cantona from Leeds United for a bargain £1million. 5. Arsenal appointing Frenchman Arsene Wenger, transforming the team and bringing signings such as Thierry Henry and Patrick Vieira.
Friday's gossip column For all the breaking football transfer news, follow Sportsday Live throughout the day. For a list of confirmed transfers, check out our transfers page. TRANSFER GOSSIP Manchester City hope to complete a £21m deal for Malaga midfielder Isco in the next 48 hours. There were fears Real Madrid could hijack City's move for the 21-year-old, who indicated on Thursday that a deal with the Blues could be tied up over the weekend. Full story: Daily Mail(external) Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will speak to Juan Mata in an attempt to reassure the 25-year-old Spain midfielder that he wants to keep him at Stamford Bridge. Reports had claimed that Mourinho was keen to sell Mata, with Barcelona said to be interested. Full story: Daily Mirror(external) The agent of Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel, 28, has down played his client's chances of a move to Napoli and a reunion with former Reds boss Rafa Benitez. Full story: Sky Sports(external) Arsenal are putting the finishing touches on a £50m deal ...
Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez believes Juan Mata will be key to hopes of success | Football News | Sky Sports -
Cech has welcomed d idea of Jose Mourinho returnin 2 d club as manager wen Rafa Benitez's spell as interim boss comes to an end.[Sky Sports
Tranfer NEWS: 1)Galatasaray have confirmed that they have completed a deal [ 18-month deal] to sign Didier Drogba. 2)Benitez says Chelsea squad short but NONE of the 23 loan players will be recalled.Chelsea boss Rafa Benitez says his squad is short – but won’t recall anyone from the two full teams they have out on-loan. The Blues have 23 PLAYERS currently plying their trade at other clubs, including senior international stars such as Michael Essien, Romelu Lukaku, Thibaut Courtois and Kevin De Bruyne. 3)Brazilian opens door for Chelsea and Spurs to make move! Willian said: “I was quite upset about what happened at the time, because big clubs like Chelsea and Tottenham were interested in securing my services. “Every player dreams of playing in the Premier League. It’s in the past now, though. I’m calm and doing my utmost out there on the pitch.” (TalkSport) * 4)Marko Marin might be exploring his loan options as his agent says there is plenty of interest in his client. According to Sky Sports, ...
Gary Cahill believes the character Chelsea Fc showed in Sunday's FA Cup tie against Brentford demonstrated how much the players are behind manager Rafa Benitez. (Sky Sports)
Manchester United striker Javier Hernandez is putting side before self - in order to help the club, and Sir Alex Ferguson in their quest for trophies this season. (Sky Sports) The 24-year-old Mexican was left out of the United side that beat Liverpool 2-1 on Sunday, despite having scored three goals over the previous three games. Carlos Tevez has revealed he is considering the offer of a contract extension from Manchester City. (Sky Sports) The Argentine striker - who missed much of last season due to a dispute with manager Roberto Mancini - has 18 months remaining on his current deal, and claims the club want him to stay until 2016. West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has cooled speculation linking Arsenal with a move for his midfielder Mohamed Diame. (Sky Sports) Arsene Wenger is expected to reinforce his Gunners squad during the transfer window, and is believed to be considering a £3.5million bid for the Senegalese star. Chelsea midfielder Ramires has spoken out in support of Rafa Benitez - as the interim ...
Chelsea and Swansea will be looking to establish a first leg lead in their Capital One Cup semi-final. A busy season for the Blues has seen them compete for honours on seven fronts - Premier League, FA Cup, League Cup, Super Cup, UEFA Champions League, Club World Cup and Community Shield - but they are yet to get their hands on any silverware. Live on Sky Sports vs Chelsea v Swansea January 9, 2013 7:00pm .Remote Record .. The Capital One Cup may not be the most glamorous of prizes, but Rafa Benitez would welcome the opportunity to pick up a major honour during his interim spell as Chelsea boss.
Rafa Benitez has again defended Fernando Torres, saying the Chelsea striker is starting to score a lot in training while praising his defensive work. Torres has now gone over 11 hours without a goal, but Benitez said confidence is still not an issue for the £50 million striker. "Fernando is doing a great job," he said. "Yesterday we have a training session with finishing and Fernando scored a lot of goals. I think he has more confidence and, the team-mates, they know he is trying very hard and that is the main thing." Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville criticised Torres' movement on Monday night but, asked about the former Manchester United defender's comments, Benitez made note of Torres work off the ball and when defending set-pieces. "I think Fernando is a great player and the team know he is a great player. If he is in the right positions they will play with him; if he is in the wrong positions, maybe not. I can make a lot of analyses here, watching television, one way or another and I will be right. "I ...
Rafael Benitez is set to hold talks with Chelsea on Thursday about becoming the clubs new manager, Sky Sports understands.
Sky Sports understands that Rafa Benitez is the man Chelsea have lined up to replace Roberto Di Matteo.
Johnny Phillips talks to former Reds boss Rafa Benitez about Liverpool, that 2005 final and Hillsborough.
Rafa Benitez being interviewed live on Sky Sports this minute - he's at Sheldrakes in Heswall.
Rafa Benitez's agent has played down reports linking his client with a move to Sampdoria, with it his desire to find a new job in England.
Just read on the sky sports news app that if Dalglish leaves Liverpool, either Rafa Benitez or Roberto Martinez will replace him. Really?!
Sky Sports Mobile suspended on Kenny Dalglish being in charge of Liverpool next season, Roberto Martinez and Rafa Benitez favourites to replace
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