Newsworthy Football Headlines December 2015


Trending headlines of World Football heading into the New Year

Pep Guardiola set to leave FC Bayern Munich at the end of the season; Ancelotti his replacement. “Special One” fired at Chelsea Football Club after disastrous campaign. Liverpool inconsistencies continue under Klopp.Points away from Relegation- Jose Mourinho fired at Chelsea!

Mourinho’s second spell at Chelsea ends abruptly. After spending time away in Italy and Spain (Inter Milan/ Real Madrid) where he found great success winning domestic titles and league cups, Fan favorite-Mourinho return at Stamford Bridge ends on a bitter note.

Previously in three seasons in charge (Chelsea/summer of 2004 to Fall 2007) Mourinho would lead the club to the Premier League and League Cup title twice, and one FA Cup.

The second time around would end unfavorably as locker room turmoil and a lack of form would signal all too clearly how the tides have turned for chelsea during the 2015-16 season. A 2-1 loss to surprise Premier League leaders Leicester City would seal Mourinho’s fate. Presently, Chelsea sit in  16th place, unfamiliar territory for the historic club, only mere points away from relegation.

Guus Hiddink has since been named interim manager until the end of the season.

Pep Guardiola set to leave FC Bayern at the conclusion of 2015-16 season.

  • Bayern Munich have confirmed Pep Guardiola will leave next year
  • Guardiola is rumored  with the Barclays Premier league- specifically Manchester City
  • Carlo Ancelotti has signed a three-year contract at Bayern Munich

Liverpool Target top four finish and UCL spot

Under newly appointed boss Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool FC had moved up as high as sixth place and an impressive 4-1 trashing of Manchester City; with three wins from four matches and cutting the distance to the last Champions league spot to four points.

Inconsistency during the month of December has since pushed Klopp’s men to ninth in the league; although they are still only five points behind fourth placed Tottenham..

Miami Beckham United one step closer to MLS Franchise

David Beckham’s ownership group confirmed this month that his team of investors has acquired a site for a Major League Soccer stadium in the Overtown district- northwest of downtown Miami

The stadium development site is located at 650 Northwest 8th Street in the City of Miami’s historic Overtown neighborhood.

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