Jose Mourinho returns to Old Trafford for the first time since being sacked a year ago when Tottenham take on Manchester United in the Premier League on Wednesday night. In an exclusive bwin interview, Louis Saha shares his thoughts on the game between two of his former clubs. The former France international also discusses the fortunes of Everton, whether Fulham can return to the Premier League and latest developments in the top flight of English football.
Micah Richards retired from playing in the summer due to a persistent knee injury but has kept a close eye on how the new Premier League season has unfolded so far. In an exclusive interview with bwin, the former Manchester City, Fiorentina and Aston Villa defender discusses some of the hot topics in the game.
The new Premier League season kicks off this weekend so bwin caught up with Louis Saha to get his thoughts on how the summer transfer window has gone. In an exclusive interview, the Frenchman gave us his thoughts on some of the transfer dealings of three of his former clubs – Manchester United, Tottenham and Everton.
Tim Sherwood had a four-year spell with Tottenham as a player and later became the club’s head coach. The 50-year-old was part of the Spurs side which was beaten by Blackburn in the 2002 League Cup final while he led the north London outfit to a sixth-placed finish in the Premier League before being sacked in May 2014. In part two of an exclusive bwin interview, Sherwood shares his thoughts on Tottenham’s season so far, their chances of retaining some of their top players and whether Gareth Bale could make a return to the club.
Ajax and Tottenham meet in the second leg of their Champions League semi-final in Amsterdam on Wednesday night. The Eredivisie side lead 1-0 from the first leg as they bid to reach their first final in 23 years while Spurs are hoping to feature in the showpiece for the first time. In an exclusive bwin interview, former Spurs player and manager Tim Sherwood shares his thoughts on the game.
Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink scored 88 goals in 177 appearances for Chelsea during a four-year spell at Stamford Bridge. The former Holland international won a second Premier League Golden Boot during his time with the Blues and also featured in the 2002 FA Cup final, losing 2-0 to Arsenal at the Millennium Stadium. In an exclusive bwin interview, Hasselbaink shares his thoughts on his old club.
Andrei Kanchelskis won two Premier League titles, the FA Cup and seven trophies in all during his four years at Manchester United and was Everton’s top scorer in the 1995/96 season. The former Russia international also lifted the Scottish Premier League twice, the Scottish Cup on three occasions and the Scottish League Cup during a trophy-laden four years at Rangers. In an exclusive bwin interview, Kanchelskis shares his thoughts on his former clubs.