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‘Jose Mourinho is a disrespectful hypocrite’ & the Top 10 most read editorials of 2011

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It has been yet another exhilarating year of football, and once again Goal.com was here to provide the very best coverage – each domestic championship on the globe, each continental cup, the Copa America in Argentina, the transfer season, the news, match coverage, exclusives, and much, much more.

Goal.com International prides itself on its unrivalled editorial knoweldge and analysis from every corner of the world – from London to Los Angeles, Seoul to Sao Paulo, and Milan to Monterrey.

Below are our Top 10 most read editorials in 2011.

As the 2010-11 term began drawing to a close, Goal.com weighed up the 10 best player transfers that helped buying clubs achieve success over the course of the season.

Author: Goal.com International
Unique users: 112,015

Another transfer-related piece, this editorial was our hub for the lowdown on who would be available on a free transfer from all of Europe’s major leagues at the end of the 2010-11 season.

Author: Subhankar Mondal
Unique users: 112,965

Our UK counterparts carefully analysed the goings on in the British market last season to come up with a list of the English Premier League’s greatest signings of the 2010-11 term.

Author: Goal.com UK
Unique users: 115,197

Back in May 2011, just as Barcelona had earned their fourth Champions League title, Goal.com picked out who we believed to be the best 11 players from Europe’s most prestigious club competition for the campaign.

Author: Goal.com International
Unique users: 116,864

Our second monthly instalment of 2011-12’s series on the two best players in the world. Readers were more than just a little bit interested as the Argentine began to edge ahead of his Portuguese rival.

Author: KS Leong
Unique users: 117,410

When there was only a month-and-a-half left until the summer window closed in 2011, Goal.com took a look at why several of Europe’s biggest proposed player transfers were having a knock-on effect on each other.

Author: Jonathan Birchall
Unique users: 122,400

With the Catalan giants limited in their transfer budget, Goal.com International’s Spain editor discussed how the Primera Division champions could bring in their summer targets at the beginning of the season.

Author: Ben Hayward
Unique users: 123,212

Judged on the player’s overall ability, adaptability in a new side and value for money, Goal.com listed in order the shrewdest transfer deals made during the summer window before the beginning of the current season.

Author: Goal.com International
Unique users: 127,082

Following another heated Clasico encounter in April – which prompted a particularly controversial post-match rant from Jose Mourinho – Goal.com’s deputy editor discussed why the Real Madrid boss went too far.

Author: Carlo Garganese
Unique users: 128,710

Just days before the summer window closed in 2011, Goal.com International rounded up all the major players to keep an eye on as they were heavily tipped to make a switch to a new club.

Author: Stephen Crawford
Unique users: 150,112

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