Manchester United is normally seen as one of those strong, efficient teams that always fights till the end, keeps their fans with high hopes and gives the very best they have got. A Goliath of sorts, if you will. Well, it seems this Goliath has met his David in-house: Mourinho.
It seems like a work of fiction saying that today, in 2018, male chauvinism is still a thing in the world, and even in our beloved sport. Yes, football had been a mostly male-dominated sport, but little by little, female football has started to grow on the hearts of new and old fans alike.
In football and any other sport, there is a person, a figure that makes sure the players start the season, a tournament or a league, in optimal physical condition, and he (or she) is in charge of players maintaining their levels during the course of said competition.
We will have to wait another four years to live again the excitement and passion that a FIFA World Cup gives us. 2022 will be the year that Qatar will have the chance to fill us with furore after 2018 Russia gave us the thrills, making France the world champion after a 20-year wait when the team won their first cup on their own home.
A couple of months have passed since the end of 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia and now that the emotions have settled down and the world has started to live normally, there are plenty of lessons everybody has had the opportunity to learn; let’s see which ones are the lessons learned as a whole.