The Shrine of Luis Garcia

"Luis García, he drinks Sangria He came from Barca to bring us joy He's five foot seven, he's football heaven So please don't take our Luis away" Jose Mourinho is a pathetic child. Despite having a superior squad at his disposal, he got routinely backhanded by Rafael Benitez when it…

The Shrine of Lucas Leiva

By Greg Cooper When Lucas Leiva joined Liverpool in 2007, Rafa Benitez claimed that “I am looking forward to seeing him score goals for Liverpool”. A hundred and eleven league games later the goal tally stands at one. Benitez can be forgiven for this outlandish claim though as Lucas was…

The Shrine of Lei Clijsters

Few people will argue when someone says that ‘talent runs in the family’. Great examples are the Hazard clan, the Milito brothers and the Sánchez brothers (of whom 3 became professional cyclists – Luis Léon Sanchez is best known - and one who plays for Real Madrid: Pédro Léon). However,…

The Shrine of Jef Delen

By Jonas Dockx Generally people tend to sympathise with two types of footballers. The first type is the guy that you like, because you wouldn’t mind being stuck in an elevator with him. This is a really sympathetic, friendly, modest lad. The second type of players you would sympathise with…